AZADI Navajo Rugs is the most recent addition to the AZADI Fine Rugs family. A passion for the unique history of the Navajo people, combined with a motivation to cultivate and preserve the dying art of the Navajo culture led to the creation of AZADI Navajo Rugs.
Rug preservation is reserved for only the rarest examples of antique rug artistry because any alterations of them could diminish their artistic excellence. Reserving the original structure and ensuring its longevity is of utmost importance.
Have you wondered about the psychology of color and how it affects you?
This past Wednesday AZADI Fine Rugs owner, David Neishabori, welcomed the graduating interior design class from Scottsdale Community College to the gallery for the opportunity to share some advice.
At the beginning of October, AZADI kicked off their annual “Living is Giving” campaign and committed to donating a turkey for every visit to AZADI Fine Rugs in each of their locations. As a result, AZADI is donating 227 turkeys in all: 59 in Jackson Hole to Hole Food Rescue, 31 in Telluride to Telluride Angel Baskets, 71 in Sedona to the Sedona Community Food Bank, and 66 in Scottsdale to St. Mary’s Food Bank