Over the past several years we have seen the trend increase for “faded” rugs.
Today, Kilim style area rugs are versatile and come in a variety of patterns and colors. They are perfect for layering and for high traffic areas because of their versatility.
For over a hundred years collectors have sought out antique rugs, recognizing both their exquisite beauty and enduring power as an art form.
How do you incorporate the tradition and artistry of traditional Oriental rugs with the contemporary edge you desire? When you are looking to combine your traditional style with a modern twist, vintage overdyed rugs are the solution to your design challenge!
Often, choosing the perfect area rug is the foundation to the style of a room. Area rugs can create balance, proportion, and rhythm in a space, regardless of their particular style.
Buying a hand-woven contemporary rug is the perfect way to update the décor of your home. A contemporary rug should define and reflect your personal style.
Tree-of-life designs are one of the oldest religious symbols found in rug design. They pre-date both Islam and Christianity and are found throughout all weaving cultures. Listed below are some examples of several different cultures interpretation of the Tree of Life.
One way to tell if a Navajo weaving is handmade is whether it has flaws or not. Machine made versions lack handmade charm.
For the past several years, the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) has focused on how our buildings have contributed to the problem of health and wellness.