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Some of our over-dyed rugs go through a whole new process to become patchwork rugs. Our team cuts them into square pieces which are then put together with various other rug pieces in similar or different colors, depending on the design at hand. All the pieces are then hand-sewn together at our workshop after which a strong, sturdy cotton twill is s..
19 Sep 0 807
Moroccan and Tulu rugs are lush, soft, luxurious shaggy rugs handmade from wool. Moroccan rugs were originally made by the berber people of the Atlas Mountains in Northern Africa. Quite the favorite of the interior design world today, these fascinating rugs  are characterized by modern-looking, primitive designs. When they come in neutral tones of ..
06 Oct 0 727
Spills happen. You should try to clean the spill as soon as possible before the stain sets. Start by scraping up solids and blotting, but not rubbing) up liquids (moving from the outside of the stain towards the center) with a clean rag or paper towels until dry. If dye runs onto the towel, stop and contact us. Flush area with cool water using a cl..
04 Sep 0 452
A hand-knotted rug is a rug constructed completely by artisan weavers using no mechanical instruments or electronically automated systems. From the shearing, spinning, and dyeing of the wool, to the thousands of individually tied knots, a hand-knotted rug is one-of-a-kind, akin to a piece of art, and will last generations if properly cared for.A ma..
06 Oct 0 394
Our over-dyed rugs are all hand-knotted vintage pieces that are recreated in our workshop to cater to a wider range of interior design choices from modern to coastal, from industrial to rustic/cottage. These 50 to 70 year-old rugs were hand-knotted with organic sheep’s wool on cotton foundation in Turkey’s southern and central anatolian towns with ..
13 May 0 97
Don’t Buy Too Small of a RugWhen shopping for a living room rug, you’ll want to ensure that it’s large enough for all of your furniture pieces—or at least the front legs of each piece—to touch it, notes Rebecca Driggs, the owner of Rebecca Driggs Interiors in Wake Forest, North Carolina. She suggests leaving 18 to 24 inches of space between the edg..
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