Made in the USA and A Tradition of Innovation Orian Rugs is a premier manufacturer of decorative area rugs, established in the USA in 1979. The desire to produce fashionable rugs with a global appeal sparked the creation of Orian Rugsâ€™ state of the art manufacturing facility located in Anderson, SC which has rapidly expanded to 550,000 square feet over the last 30 years. We are a privately owned, vertically integrated manufacturer with a global presence and a tradition of innovation.
World-Class Design, Service and Innovation The Orian Rugsâ€™ team is committed to world-class design, service and innovation. We offer a breadth of innovative rug qualities from Traditional to Contemporary in a variety of price points to meet consumer needs and our state of the art facility is fully equipped to provide world-class service to our customers.
Our Green Initiatives
Making the World and Your Home a Better Place In 2006, Orian Rugs made a commitment to being a good steward of our planet and its resources. Today, Orian Rugs is a zero-landfill manufacturer as a result of our ongoing dedication to reduce, reuse, and recycle initiatives. To ensure success in achieving our goals, we created a corporate vision to guide our stewardship. Our guiding premise is to create sustainable value for our consumers while making the world and your home a better place with each rug that we manufacture.
Four Seasons Collection Beautiful, versatile and weather-resistant, the Indoor/Outdoor Four Seasons collection combines the benefits of outdoor functionality with the style of indoor fashion. The color palette is lush with nature-inspired neutrals, soft greens, and rich reds while the transitional designs are perfect for your casual
Hourglass Jet Black 1805
lifestyle. Proudly made in the U.S.A.
Four Seasons Monique Multi 1817 Page 4
Tonal Stripe Mink 1801
Thornburn Rawhide 1820
Sizes 2' 3” x 8' 3' 10” x 5' 5” 5' 2” x 7' 6” 7' 8” x 10' 10” 9' x 13' 7' 8” x 7' 8” Round
Tonal Stripe Mink 1801 Fiber Content: 100% Olefin
Collection Colors Alabaster
Room Ideas Tools Needed: Tape Measure
Sizing is just as important in selecting a new rug as the color and style. A perfectly sized rug can enhance the dĂŠcor of your room while a rug that is too large or too small can seem out of place. First, get out the tape measure. It may seem easy to judge the size of the rug that you will need for your room, but itâ€™s better to do the measuring up front before you go shopping when you find the perfect rug for your room .
Bedrooms There are a couple of options for placing area rugs in your bedroom. You can either use a large size area rug or several smaller size rugs around the bed. Depending on which option you choose, the rug size should be large enough for you to take a step or two when getting out of bed.
Dining Rooms Measure the length and width of your dining table and add 4 feet overall to allow enough space for chairs to be easily pulled in and out. Most dining room tables require a rug that is at least 8 feet wide.
Living Rooms & Family Rooms There a couple of questions to consider when measuring your living or family room for an area rug because furniture can centered on the rug or positioned off of the rug depending the size of the room and the look that you are trying to create.
Do you want all of your furniture to be on the rug? If so, measure the perimeter of your furniture grouping and add six to twelve inches past each grouping, depending on the size of your room.
Do you only want the area rug to be placed under the coffee table as an accent? If so, measure your coffee table and add enough to the length and width for it to be to scale within the furniture grouping.
Entryways & Hallways Consider purchasing a rug that can handle the high traffic that will occur in these areas. Popular rug choices for entryways and hallways are smaller size scatter rugs and runners. You can also add visual interest with different rug shapes like a round rug in these areas.
Kitchens & Bathrooms Most people prefer to place smaller size scatter rugs, accent rugs or runners in kitchens and bathrooms due to the size and function of this space in the home. Kitchens and bathrooms can handle more than one rug in smaller sizes depending on where the rugs will be placed. Scatter rugs are available in a variety of smaller sizes.
Sample of a rug catalog design. The final product is a 124 page catalog used to sell rugs to retailers.