Higgins and Company produce and sell the Celtic Design Collection of handmade wool area rugs and runners to discerning clients throughout the world. Based on designs which are more than a thousand years old each designer deep pile carpet carries a unique design number and is ideal for use as a living room lounge or bedroom rug or hallway runner in any number of modern interior settings. We exclusively produce these handmade designer carpets which symbolize the best in home accent and modern contemporary interior decor. Each luxurious carpet creates a unique home ambiance with a high end feel; perfect for home interior settings due to their easy care and long life. This Irish designed carpet collection comes in a variety of sizes including 4 x 6, 5 x 8 and 12 x 9 to suit hall, lounge, bedroom, breakfast room, living room and study. These designer rugs are also available in a variety of carpet runner floor sizes.
Staying true to authentic colors and ancient design, the collection embodies the latest trends in accent and interior decorating ideas to create a beautiful home interior. The designer wool carpet is the essence of style and taste used in traditional and modern interiors. The intricate knot work detail illustrated in the plain wool designer rug with its unique gold border and the Irish design rug reflect elegance and style, staging a truly unique setting for lounge and bedroom interiors. Creating a beautiful home interior, these unique rugs come in a variety of colors which compliment your home interior. The plain wool rugs feature a distinctive gold border similar to the Greek key design which gives these designer carpet rugs their exclusive look.
The rich colors used in each stylish design carpets and wall hanging is based on original eight century Celtic colors and often feature an intricate gold knot border. Each designer rug gives your home a unique character color and accent which creates a beautiful interior decor with a high end feel. These unique floor rugs are easy to care for while being long lasting. Mainly sold in the United States, these traditional Irish design carpet rugs owe their origins to ancient Christian manuscripts such as the Book of Kells which is on display at Trinity College, in Dublin, Ireland.