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Traditional Start. Non-Traditional Rug Company.

Hand-knotted traditional rugs are the gold standard of handmade rugs

New year. New company. New approach to selling rugs.
With all this ‘new,’ why are we stocked with traditional and tribal rugs?

The universe of rugs is vast:
Hand-knotted. Hand-woven. Hand-loomed. Hand-Tufted. Machine-Made.
Contemporary. Traditional. Transitional. Tribal.
Wool. Silk. Cotton. Jute. Acetate.
Turkey. India. Pakistan. Afghanistan. China. Nepal.
On and on.

There are a near-exhausting number of permutations available in that array, with an incredibly wide range of quality and value.

We’re here to make things easier for you, not harder. We think it’s more helpful to have a set of well-selected options than to throw the universe at your feet and tell you to pick.

A good place to start is with a broad set of traditional and tribal rugs. These are the heavy-hitters of the venerable craft, the kinds of rugs you pass on to other generations and show off at cocktail parties. They work as well running your hall as they did lining the palace floors; there just aren’t many things on earth that are that versatile.

So while we are new, new, new, we don’t turn our nose up to the classics.

Of course we appreciate new designs and color ways, and those will make it into our future collections. If you are hunting a style you don’t see on our site, contact us to see if we have it in FP Reserve, a set of rugs dedicated aside for special requests, interior designers and FP Concierge clients.

For now, enjoy the beauty, skill and centuries of tradition that make up our first collection.

Erin Eisinger
Erin Eisinger


Floorplan CEO and Co-Founder. Designer. Storyteller. Entrepreneur.