Saddlebag Rug Designs & Cleaning
These knotted pile, flat woven rugs served as cushions for those riding horses, donkeys and camels in Asia Minor, Central Asia, North
Africa, the Caucasian Mountains and the Western Hemisphere.
Like the cavalry, Houzz.com rode in to save the day with examples of how saddlebag rugs can make a room homey.
Furniture & Accessories credit: Rug & Relic, Inc
An interior design meta-moment: two saddlebags straddle a table that is placed on a saddlebag rug.
The entire room feels like one big prayer mat with antique Turkish saddlebag and antique silk Hereke rugs used as both floor and wall art.
Two views of this narrow farmhouse, with saddlebag runners adding just the right touch of interest, and leading all eyes to the room’s focal point: the red sofa.
Saving Your Saddlebag Rug
Restoration of this handmade woven art is a skill as rare as these antiques, and known only to a handful of skilled craftsmen who can be trusted with your valuables.
For over 20 years, we have been caring for fine and delicate rugs, relying on one key ingredient: purified filtered “soft water.”
The beauty—and effectiveness—of our process also includes dye-free, perfume-free soaps; and quick, efficient drying. Your rug will be reinvigorated, and the air quality as well as the health of your entire home will be protected.