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How to Select a Right Rug

Have you ever thought why choosing a rug is so important? Because selecting a suitable rug makes you feel the beauty of your room is completed. Rugs can transform look of your home more than any other improvement. It can also help warm up or soften hard surfaces like wood and tile flooring. There are many factors that should be considered in choosing a rug. One of these factors is color and pattern of a rug. Best Color for your room Color is the obvious starting point. It might not be wrong if we say it has the greatest impact on the appearance of your home. For choosing the best color for your decor first collect photos of rooms you...

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Design of Heriz Rug

A pattern passes through the filter of the mind of different people. Time and mind play an important role in formation of a motif. Many of the schemes of Persian rugs are result of cultural exchanges of tribes and nations. As many social and cultural products such as stories, traditions, dialects and…  are exchanged between different ethnic groups and influenced by each other, patterns also obey this law. Motifs in their transfer from one place to another change. Any pattern is result of needs of a society at a certain time and it can be changed in other societies with different needs and even introduced with different name. Living conditions and beliefs of each region determine the design and color...

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Why Persian rugs have always been the best

  Persian rugs have long attracted the attention of art lovers and artists around the world. but what makes these rugs so valuable? why they've always been the best? in this blog post you'll be familiar with the value of Persian rugs.     Weaving Technique Weaving technique is very important in Persian Rugs because the durability of a carpet depends on the way it’s woven. Whether the rug is flat-woven or piled, each carpet has two basic components. The warps which run from end to end of the rug, and the wefts which are passed from side to side alternately over and under the warps that make foundation of rugs. Weavers tie the yarns around the warps of the...

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Cave paintings in the motifs of Persian rugs

                              In motif of Persian rugs leis a tale as old as human history. From the time when our ancestors portrayed their reality by painting on the walls of caves and today weavers weave the same motif. Have you ever thought what motivated our ancestors to start drawing? Although there is no definite answer, scientists claim these pictures are part of a ritual! There is quite a bit of evidence in support of this hypothesis. For example, many caves that were never inhabited by people, being used only for art. Maybe ancient people just went there to portray their inner feeling, their wish to immortality and spirituality, their dream of power and fertility and their need to love. All...

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Medallion motifs

                          Medallion motifs of Persian rugs are driven from pattern of gardens and their streams. In this motifs, a large central floral medallion is surrounded by smaller floral layouts and shows off at the center of the rug just like a medal. Medallion pattern is one of the most repeated schemes across all types of Persian rugs. And each one has its own unique beauty. It’s not wrong to say that no two rugs have the same motifs even if they have basically the same design.

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