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Invite a layer of glamour and personality into your home or your client’s space with Chairish's exquisite assortment of Art Nouveau rug options. Art Nouveau, that decorative style that largely reigned from 1890 and 1910 during the Belle Époque period, is experiencing a resurgence in popularity among today's tastemakers, designers and savvy DIYers, and there’s likely no chicer way to integrate the aesthetic than with an Art Nouveau area rug. Among the hand-curated hundreds of art nouveau 2 rugs available in our online boutique, you’ll likely encounter some that are particularly special. Among our favorites on the list are the likes of Persian, Turkish, and Swedish pieces that are designed not just to cover a floor, but to inspire awe in the eyes of the homeowner. Among the many Art Nouveau selections are antique, previously owned, and even new items, all of which either glean their influence from the design movement or were produced during its heyday. Discover which one suits you, and your home, best.

Questions & Answers

Which brand has the largest assortment of art nouveau rugs at Chairish?
Moroccan Artist is our most popular art nouveau rug brand, with 10+ items in stock.
What are the shipping options for art nouveau rugs?
Art nouveau rugs can be shipped to you, and many can be picked up locally.
Can I get free shipping on art nouveau rugs from Chairish?
Yes! Select art nouveau rugs ship for free from Chairish.
How many vintage art nouveau rugs does Chairish have in stock?
We have 270+ vintage art nouveau rugs in stock.
Does Chairish have art nouveau rugs on sale?
Yes! We have 60+ art nouveau rugs on sale.
Do you carry tan art nouveau rugs?
We have art nouveau rugs in popular colors including tan, blue, and green.