Have you seen the wonderful designs of William Morris?
A key figure in the Arts & Crafts Movement, Morris championed a principle of handmade production that didn't chime with the Victorian era's focus on industrial'progress.
The source of carpet comes from the book How to Read – Islamic Carpets, Walter B. Denny, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 2014 fig.18. This is a vase-technique with a stellate central medallion carpet design 17th century from Kerman region, Persia. The design of the carpet shows a vigorous central eight-pointed star medallion; quarters of the same medallion in the four corners of the field and ornamented with floral forms contrasting with dark border. In the field a rich assortment of decorative but naturalistic flowers, campanula, narcissus poeticus, iris, willow shrub, rose, calendula, carnation, aster, lily and fruit blossoms, is arranged a small but vigorous central eight-pointed star medallion ornamented with energetic interlacing arabesques and numerous small tchi forms. The border is filled with rosettes, blossoms and leaves and a few tchi forms. The most appropriate colors to match the original are used for this rug.
Color summary: 11 colors of total most used 4 colors are