Tibetan rug making is an ancient, traditional craft. These rugs are customarily made from Tibetan highland sheep’s wool, called changpel, and their purposes range from flooring to wall hangings to horse saddles, though the most common use is as seating carpets.
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This richly patterned “Chenden” Ralo handmade Tibetan rug hangs against a warm exposed brick wall in the loft of actor B.D.Wong.
The wool and silk Tibetan rug, with its Jackson Pollack-like design, adds interest to this otherwise linear, contemporary San Francisco living room.
This gray and white handmade Tibetan rug sets the stage for an elegant sitting area.
The Tibetan custom rug sets the tone for the orange-is-the-new-black sofa in this open concept living room.
Tips For Caring For Your Tibetan Rug
Tibetan sheep, because they live at high altitudes, have the highest content of lanolin, which keeps the wool softer, stronger, and more stain resistant. This means Tibetan wool carpets are the easiest to clean.
However, this doesn’t mean you should not be diligent about upkeep, which includes a yearly professional cleaning. 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 organic wash 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.
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