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Refresh Your Attractions With Our Wide Range Of Rugs Collection.

In-House Collection

Hundreds of varieties on the most trending rugs from our store. The In-House Collection is the easiest way to start decorating your living space with quality rugs.

Designer Collection

Traditional and Unique designs to choose from, to give your house a special theme.

Custom Made Collection

Add different styles according to your choices to give your living room a personality which matches yours.

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History Of Rugs

Rugs have been a part of our world for over 5,000 years. The history of rugs has passed on many stories throughout the generations. We bring back the stories from the tribal era, the Persian empires, and the European expansions to provide you with various styles and designs to choose the one which suits your philosophy.

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The History of Antique Rugs From Around The World

The rugs that are available today can be hand made or machine crafted. In Ancient times the only way to make rugs were hand craft. The rugs were hand-woven and provided luxurious natural fibers, and a wide range of hues and designs spoke about the geographical surroundings. The history of rugs goes back to the third and fourth centuries and have no proof of originating from one single region.

Persian Rugs

Persian Merchants have become famous all around the world for their craftsmanship. Their carpets have high artistics details and prestige. The history of Persian weavers is not recorded. The weaving started in the tribes, villages and royal courts in deferent regions and had no connection whatsoever. The carpets designs made in the Safavid court factories during the 16th century are stills famous for their elaborate colors and detailing. The rugs found from that era are preserved in the museum and private collections. Today modern techniques have changed the designing and ideas of rugs produced today. However, Iran still manages to keep the artistic tradition of Persian Empire alive.

Chinese Rugs

Chinese history of making rugs goes back to the same era when Persian rugs were flourishing. The Chinese rug techniques and designs were completely different from the Middle East. Due to the scarcity of wool, Chinese rugs and carpets were made mostly from silk. The designs had a depiction of dragons, clouds, flowers, and the colors had a softer tone with emphasis on blues, golds. Chinese tradition has preserved its own tradtion of oriental rugs for centuries. Chinese rugs have only come into the world picture in the 19th century after the trade began. Today Chinese rugs cater the modern taste with spare designs and radical colors.

Kurdish Rugs

Woven by the Kurdish people in the Middle East, the Kurdish rugs are mostly from the origins of Iranian Kurdistan. Their designs are rather unique in pattern & symmetry and are woven over a foundation of wool. The Kurdish rugs use a rather darker shade of colors like blue, green, saffron, burnt orange, etc. IT is said that we can read the dreams and wishes of the drug makers from the Kurdish symbols used in their design patterns.

Berber Rugs

The name is derived from the Berber tribes in northwestern Africa. This tribe is one of the oldest tribes in the world that have lived long enough until now. Those who practice the original Berber traditions and languages can be found in the coastal countries like Morocco, Algeria, Libya, and Tunisia. The rugs made of Berber tradition are based on the historic Berber cloaks. They are made of wool, big knots, and bright colors.

Afghan Rugs

The Afghan rugs are more of a reflection of the way of life. Afghan tribes have been involved in making of rugs for a long time in Central Asia for thousands of years. The rugs are hand made and have all designs and sizes. Their vivid patterns and images of their cattle are very well depicted on the rugs. After the arrival of Russia, and other countries the demand for the old rugs has increased because of the higer production of new rugs for general purpose. The royalty of the old tribal rugs has increased today because the hand crafted rugs from Afghan and Turks are not easily available.