The climate in the Caucasus region can be harsh which makes rug making essential. (Photo by Ruslan Valeev on Unsplash)
Antique Persian Ardebil rug. Use 69928 as rug number reference for more information. This stunning piece is available for viewing in our Dallas Design Center showroom.
Originally coming from The Caucasus region, Caucasian rugs were distinguished towards the end... Read More
Sihastria Monastery in Romania. (Image by Dan Fador from Pixabay)
Romanian Mahal rug from the Balkans. It’s available at our Dallas Design Center showroom, just use 50134 as rug number reference if you want to see it up close or want to know more about it.
The nations that make up the Balkan Peninsula include Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece, European Turkey,... Read More
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Moroccan rugs are popular for having quirky designs and a utilitarian vibe that is hard to find in any other style of rug. While most people think these rugs are only made in Morocco, the highly sought after patterns and colors are actually shared by other carpets originating from the same region – North... Read More
Afghan market. (Image by David Mark from Pixabay)
Kilims are popular for their mesmerizing patterns and elegant color schemes that allow them to blend well with different interiors. Use 70706 as rug number reference for more information. It’s on-hand at our Dallas Design District showroom.
Afghan antique rugs acquired their name from Afghanistan where an intersection of Baluch, Turkmen, and Uzbek... Read More
Moroccan rugs are in high demand today for their simple yet very colorful designs. (Photo by Max Brown on Unsplash)
One of a kind Kerman area rug handwoven in Turkey. Use 15147 as rug number reference for more information.
Persian carpets are ubiquitous in interior design but there is still a lot of confusion when it comes to identifying rugs by... Read More
Oljato-Monument Valley is home to Navajo Indians. Photo by Jasper van der Meij on Unsplash
Known today as the Hooked Rugs or Navajo Rugs, there is an extensive history behind American Rugs. In the 17th Century, settlers working with limited resources developed hooked rugs that displayed design themes such as geometric patterns, floral prints, landscapes, seascapes, and animals. Each design represented... Read More
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This exquisite handwoven antique Hereke from Turkey is available at Arsin Rug Gallery located inside the Dallas Design Center in Dallas, Texas. Please use 52781 as a reference for inquiries.
The most expensive Persian rug on record was sold for a whopping $33.7 million at a Sotheby’s New York auction on June 5, 2013. Prior... Read More
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Experts say that your morning mood affects overall productivity which is why it’s important to wake up feeling good. An effective way to do this is to surround yourself with things that remind you of beauty and elegance. Complementing your living space with a luxurious Persian rug is one simple way to make you... Read More
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The history of Persian rugs ,a culmination of artistic magnificence, dates back to 2,500 years ago. The Iranians were among the pioneer rug weavers of the ancient civilizations, having achieved a superlative degree of perfection through centuries of creativity and ingenuity. The skill of rugs weaving has been handed down by fathers to their children’s, who built upon those... Read More