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Looking at a variety of possible rugs for your home (Part 1)

There are plenty of different types of rugs on the market that you can get hold of in order to make your interiors look a bit brighter, a bit more vibrant and a bit more comfortable. Choosing the right rugs for your house totally depends on your personal tastes and the type of decorative scheme [...]

By |September 3rd, 2013|Categories: Modern Rugs, Traditional Rugs|Comments Off on Looking at a variety of possible rugs for your home (Part 1)

Home comforts provided by rugs in guest houses

Running a guest house is a fantastic way to make the most of the extra room you have in your house. Some people downsize when they don’t need the room anymore, but there are definite positives to making the management of a guest house your primary source of income if you live in an area [...]

By |September 2nd, 2013|Categories: Traditional Rugs|Comments Off on Home comforts provided by rugs in guest houses

Rugs and exposed brick really work together

Certain relationships are particularly strong when it comes to interior design. The interaction between rugs and exposed brickwork is definitely one of those relationships. If you are lucky enough to live in a house with exposed brickwork as a feature or you have done your best to recreate the effect with clever wallpaper then you [...]

By |August 29th, 2013|Categories: Traditional Rugs|Comments Off on Rugs and exposed brick really work together

Places where you can see great rugs from through the ages

If you are a big fan of rugs then the Carpet Museum of Iran is the Holy Grail because of its unbelievable collection of rugs and carpets dating from the 1700s right through to modern designs. However, you don’t have to make the trip to the Middle East in order to see some fabulous examples [...]

By |July 29th, 2013|Categories: Traditional Rugs|Comments Off on Places where you can see great rugs from through the ages

A paradoxical solution to British heritage style in the home!

British heritage style is enjoying a period of real popularity at the moment, with men and women donning British heritage style clothing and getting involved in vintage activities and hobbies befitting their current favourite look. There’s obviously something classic about this particular fashion movement and this strays into home design too. It’s possible to go [...]

By |July 27th, 2013|Categories: Traditional Rugs|Comments Off on A paradoxical solution to British heritage style in the home!

Taj Indian rugs bring tradition to modern spaces

Modern homes don’t suffer a bit when traditional design flourishes are introduced in order to make them look that little bit richer in terms of style. It’s good to know therefore that really respected designers within the industry still produce stunning examples of traditional rugs. Take Plantation rugs as the perfect example. The Plantation Rug [...]

By |July 25th, 2013|Categories: Traditional Rugs|Comments Off on Taj Indian rugs bring tradition to modern spaces

What’s the difference between a carpet and a kilim?

When you are buying traditional rugs for your home, it is important that you are able to differentiate between the options available and this means having a bit of background in rug terminology. For instance, you may be faced with the option of choosing a traditional carpet or a traditional kilim. Knowing the difference will [...]

By |July 9th, 2013|Categories: Traditional Rugs|Comments Off on What’s the difference between a carpet and a kilim?

Pack a stylish punch with large rugs

Nothing quite makes an impression in a large living room than a fantastic rug. Large rugs have the power to completely transform a space, boosting your interior design and tying the entire room together with the perfect colour palette and intricacy of pattern. But how do you choose the best large rug for the job? [...]

By |June 24th, 2013|Categories: Traditional Rugs|Comments Off on Pack a stylish punch with large rugs

Small rugs for more compact spaces

It’s often the case that the space you want to fill with a rug is actually quite compact. We all know the benefits of large rugs that act as stunning centrepieces, but there’s a lot to be said for small rugs too. They help to make something of compact areas that might otherwise leave something [...]

By |June 23rd, 2013|Categories: Traditional Rugs|Comments Off on Small rugs for more compact spaces

Consider Kilim rugs for a different stance on texture

The subject of texture is sometimes overlooked when it comes to shopping for a really nice rug. People get very hung up on colour and pattern and forget about thickness and texture at the time. As important as colour and pattern obviously are, it’s vital to think about texture as well. Not all rugs have [...]

By |June 21st, 2013|Categories: Traditional Rugs|Comments Off on Consider Kilim rugs for a different stance on texture