Scott Jarvie’s handmade rugs have an incredibly simple yet brilliant pattern. When viewed at an angle, the Void Rug looks like a literal black hole on the floor. It’s available as a circular or a rectangular rug.
Etsy shop Fluss Design makes rugs, mats and pillows that look like they’re made of water-smoothed stones clumped together. But each stone is actually made of a foam core that’s been wrapped with wool. The shop also accepts custom orders.
Middle of Beyond pokes fun at traditional tiger rugs with its tongue-in-cheek, animal-friendly, rug hand-tufted from acrylic fibers. Measures 72″ x 44″ with a 7mm pile. If cats aren’t your thing, then maybe Sasquatches are.
If ThinkGeek’s officially licensed Death Star rug seemed puny to you, check out Totem’s 6′ x 6′ version. Limited to 5 units, the rug was handmade in Nepal out of wool and bamboo. It’s going to vaporize your money though.
That’s no moon. It’s not a space station either. Unlike its predecessors, this Death Star is fully operational… as a rug. This officially-licensed rug is made of polyester pile and has a 52″ diameter. Much fancier, unofficial version here.
King of Sweden sells large rugs made of the leather and fabric labels from discarded jeans. The labels are stitched together over a sheet of cotton. If you have enough old jeans lying around you could try this idea yourself.