Mohawk Select Area Rugs

Mohawk Select area rugs are your premium choice when it comes to design, color and value. Our dedicated rug designers are constantly creating the new looks that you want.
Mohawk Select woven products are made from durable fiber that offer a soft hand, easy care, and exceptional value. The line has the cool styling today’s consumers want, at prices that are extremely attractive.Look at the latest styles and you can see how much fun consumers are having decorating their homes. The latest innovations from Mohawk Select showcase the trends toward fresh color, carefree patterns, and movement-oriented designs in area rugs.

Mohawk Select’s new Decorator’s Choice offers versatile patterns including retro-modern inspired graphics, bold scale transitional patterns, Asain inspired geometrics, and painterly compositions that become “art for the floor.” The color palette is deep and rich, featuring dark orange, melon, avocado, moss, butter, camel, coco leaf, deep lavender, crimson and jet black. BROWSE THE RUG COLLECTIONS OF MOHAWK


The first floor coverings made in the American colonies were rag rugs. There was no new materials to spare for floors and no stores to buy rugs. Every scrap of worn-out, used-up textile material from all sources was saved. These scraps were usually wool, very seldom silk and in later years cotton. Bed linens which had outlived their original purposes became valuable all over again. In general though, rag rug methods were brought to the shores of North America with immigrants to the new world. During the 1900's, early pioneers may have created new techniques for making rugs as well. Different techniques flourished in different sections of the country, with the various woolen rugs becoming well established in New England because of the woolen mills.  When railroads began to provide cheap transportation, then wool and cotton fabrics produced on the east coast were available for most rug making in other areas. Prior to that, rugs were mostly produced by recycling worn clothing or other textiles.