Caucasian Rugs

Caucasus Mountains Inspire Caucasian Rugs The Caucasus Mountains stretch between the Black and Caspian Seas in the Caucasus region. The indigenous peoples of this region have long woven area rugs. The surviving pieces in private collections and museums suggest rug weaving as early as the sixteen century and into the early twentieth. Most Caucasian rugs…

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Carpet Stain Removal for Oriental & Area Rugs

Carpet Cleaning Tips: Oriental & Area Rugs     Let’s begin by understanding the anatomy of stain formations on Oriental rugs, Persian carpets, and other types of area rugs. Rug fibers such as wool, silk, faux silk, viscose, cotton, and all types of natural fibers require a unique process for cleaning and stain removal. However,…

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Nourison Hand Knotted Rugs

Nourison Hand Knotted Rugs Nourison Industries is the world leader in producing and importing knotted rugs and power loom carpets. Its color couture hand tufted rug line allows you to pick from over 60 designs, create your own pallet from 120 different color combinations, and have your rug custom made to your exact measurements. Made…

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Safavieh Rugs

  For several decades, Safavieh has been a source for interior designers to acquire antique Oriental rugs. Based in the United States since 1978, and having the ability to own production lines in rug weaving centers all over the world, Safavieh continues to curate some of the finest collections of rugs in the country. Designed…

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revitaRUGS to sponsor Exploring Design Ecology at the ASID Design Matters Forum at REALM, in South Norwalk, Connecticut, on May 20th, 4 to 9 pm

New York, NY -May 14, 2015 –“RevitaRUGS founder, Hamid Zarei, jumped at the chance to sponsor such an important event, highlighting such a major topic,” says Azita Goldman, revitaRUGS Vice President and Elite Green Guru, who practices what she and her firm preach about eco-friendliness by living in a LEED Platinum House. “A well-planned interior…

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SoHo Rugs

  SoHo is the most diverse neighborhood in lower Manhattan. It has a long history, yet is still considered the heart and soul of New York City. The area, which got its name because it is South of Houston, is synonymous with trendy shops, excellent art galleries, contemporary furniture centers and area rug galleries; Carpet…

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