Though our Mamluk rugs are newly made and fit for any room in your house, this style is backed by an illustrious legacy. Not only were they the carpets of Egyptian sultans, Mamluks featured prominently in Mediterranean commerce and Venetian paintings starting in the 15th century. Mamluk carpets, with their medallion-centric, geometric-patterned designs predating those of Persian and Turkish rugs, were also artistic trendsetters. Another hallmark of Mamluk hand-knotted rugs is their kaleidoscope-like designs in reds, blues, greens, and golds. With this collection, you can bring the historic grandeur and fashion forwardness of a Mamluk rug into your home to create a look that's majestic yet modern.