With colors inspired by the starry night skies of the American southwest, the Catalonia area rug from ralph Lauren Rugs is at once sophisticated and tribal. This striking design is hand-knotted in the traditional Moroccan weave using the finest natural, hand-carded wool for exceptional textural dimension.
As the first American fashion designer to create an all-encompassing collection for the home, Ralph Lauren presents floorcovering and lighting that reflect enduring style and exquisite craftsmanship. Whether inspired by time-honored tradition, the utmost in modern sophistication or the beauty of rare objects collected around the world, Ralph Lauren Home is dedicated to only the finest materials and the greatest attention to detail for the ultimate in artisanal luxury.
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