The world of carpet weaving has a unique language of it’s own, which for a first-time buyer can be confusing. There are terms like “Persian”, “Tribal”, “Silks” to be reckoned with, questions of fiber, regions, knot count- information to be navigated and understood; an entire vocabulary that allures yet mystifies. The reality is that buying a carpet is surprisingly simple. As long as you have your basics right vis-a-vis accurate measurements, color and have addressed questions on durability and traffic -then choosing the best carpet for you is going to be relatively easy and your carpet buying experience infinitely enjoyable.
First things first
Our collection comprises of Classical - split into Antique and New, Modern and Kilims.
Antique Carpets & Rugs
Original pieces from the 19th and 20th century, the majority of which are collectors’ items
Kilims & Durries
Flat woven textiles woven by nomadic tribes with primarily geometric patterns
Reproductions of antique carpets made with high quality wool and traditional weaving skills. These also include new Indian Silk carpets.
The modern range has designs that are straight-line and contemporary. The collection is in wool and a combination of wool and silk.
SIX to-do list and things to consider before buying a rug-: