Fine area rugs are not only beautiful, but also so durable that they last for generations. Buying from a reputable rug dealer will ensure that your purchase holds its value or even appreciates over time.
Based on observations by Dasha O. Morgan, author and contributor to a popular design magazine, “Designers like to see, touch, and feel the rug before purchasing, if at all possible.”
AZADI Fine Rugs had the pleasure of being involved with the 2014 Dream Room Contest in conjunction with AZ Foothills, PHX Architecture, Salcito Custom Homes, LTD and John Brooks Incorporated.
A crucial but often overlooked component of interior design is texture. Using antique area rugs with texture can bring a touch of luxury, substance and interest, to an otherwise, nicely done, but flat and boring home decorating design.
Grey has become the “go to” neutral in interior design and it’s not surprising why. Grey offers a wide array of possibilities and provides a soothing, neutral backdrop for any style of home interior design.
Rug preservation is reserved for only the rarest example of rug artistry because any alteration of them could diminish their artistic excellence. Reserving the original structure and ensuring its longevity is of utmost importance.
The second annual, “American Dream Contest”, sponsored by AZADI Fine Rugs, was created to give students an opportunity to express their vision of the American dream from an artistic standpoint.
Southwest style area rugs are made in several countries around the world, but you might be wondering what country makes the best ones (and in a price range within your budget). The answer might surprise you. All of them!
The popular Spanish revival design theme originated at the turn of the 20th century through World War II, and gained popularity with home builders in Arizona, Colorado, California, Florida and Texas. Spanish Colonial interiors can be quite elaborate or relatively simple in style.