Purple Wool Rugs for sale

Browse our collection of purple wool rugs - perfect for most interior styles here at Land of Rugs. With its decadence and indulgent shades of amethyst, grape, orchid, heather and plum; purple is a rich colour that creates a visual interest on any floor.
Regardless of area a purple wool rug will add a rich tone to the room, and the soft natural pile offers warmth, longevity and durability even under heavy footfall - another reason for its popularity in homes. Tip: use an anti slip underlay to reduce movement, wear and trap dirt.
Need a different colour but still lust for a woollen pile? We have a great selection of beige or red wool rugs to buy. Alternatively why not keep it neutral with a large plain rug instead?

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  1. Blox Rug Heather
    from only £129.00
  2. Carter Rug Berry Stripe
    Carter Rug Berry Stripe
    Special Price £69.99 Regular Price £105.00
  3. Arabesque Purple Wool Rug
    Special Price £76.33 Regular Price £118.00
  4. Esprit Purl Purple Multi Rug
    Esprit Purl Purple Multi Rug
    Special Price £141.63 Regular Price £175.00
  5. Purple SM Large wool plain rug
    Special Price £38.00 Regular Price £40.00
  6. Cuzzo Purple Rug
    from only £159.00
  7. Apollo Purple Wool Rug
    from only £39.95

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Browse our collection of purple wool rugs - perfect for most interior styles here at Land of Rugs. With its decadence and indulgent shades of amethyst, grape, orchid, heather and plum; purple is a rich colour that creates a visual interest on any floor.
Regardless of area a purple wool rug will add a rich tone to the room, and the soft natural pile offers warmth, longevity and durability even under heavy footfall - another reason for its popularity in homes. Tip: use an anti slip underlay to reduce movement, wear and trap dirt.
Need a different colour but still lust for a woollen pile? We have a great selection of beige or red wool rugs to buy. Alternatively why not keep it neutral with a large plain rug instead?