Cowhide rugs are increasingly becoming a classic decorating element in all types of homes. If you haven’t considered a hide rug for your own home because you thought they weren’t right for your style, these tips may convince you otherwise.
Mythology, folklore, history and other decorative arts can also be seen in rug designs. Some elements are incorporated simply because they appeal to aesthetic tastes.
In 2013 AZADI Fine Rugs became a champion of the GoodWeave certification label, partnering with the GoodWeave organization to give consumers the power to end child labor through a simple act: demanding certified child-labor-free rugs.
There are several different ways to hang antique area rugs, weavings, and tapestries. It is very important to evenly distribute the weight of the piece. See our two recommended ways of doing so.
There are two types of dyes used to color Oriental rugs, traditional dyes and synthetic dyes.
The design of the rug sets the personality of a room and reflects your unique taste and style. Most contemporary area rugs have several colors in the design; the primary color, and several accent colors.
A hot new trend in interior design recently is the practice of layering of area rugs. AZADI Fine Rugs loves this trend! The more area rugs the better right?!
One of the most important things to consider when purchasing an area rug, in addition to design and color, is selecting the proper size rug for the room.
Open just about any magazine and you’ll see one thing in common lately in home decor: Chic rooms designed around hand woven Moroccan style area rugs.
Support homeless youth in Arizona by dropping off peanut butter, jelly and new unworn pajamas at AZADI Fine Rugs throughout the month of October!