Hooked Rug, America, Early 20th Century – Epitomizing the scrappy look that makes traditional American hooked rugs so irresistibly charming, this colorful vintage rug features a tiled latticework pattern embellished with a constant series of bright roundels. The diversified color scheme that includes complementary hues and contrasting colors in each cell emphasizes the simple geometric shapes and the rich texture of the hooked pile. Inset diamonds, mottled stripes and textural color variations add levels of interest to the simple repeating latticework pattern. By using a multitude of charming colors, this colorful hooked rug creates a harmonious allover pattern that is united by the rich color assortment that also serves to diversify the seemingly simple repeating motifs. Polychromatic borders incorporating a similarly diverse selection of colors complement the wide selection of bright details featured in the field of this vintage American hooked rug.