The Persian rug is the soul of the room and tells a story.

“The history of man is written in many ways. The scholar searches crumbling monuments and musty scrolls; the artist finds the history he deems essential in the forms of things beautiful. For the record of the slowly awakening soul, the inner self that sees and strives to create, that struggles to leave behind some message of its nobler aspirations, we must turn to the creations of art.”-W. S. Hill.

hand knotted wool persian  tribal area rug with symbols

Notice the figures and pictures woven into the rug

Nothing enhances human space like beauty. Persian rugs, renowned worldwide for their beautiful and artistic designs, rise to and sometimes exceed definitions of beauty.

tribal persian hand knotted wool area rug for home interior design and decor

Geometric patterns and bright colors bring life and interest to this landing

The Persian rug is the soul of the room and tells a story. It is an illustrative history of a culture, its peoples, their lives, hopes and dreams.

oriental rug symbols used in persian hand knotted wool area rugs

Throughout the history of Oriental Rugs cultural and religious beliefs influenced the artistic motifs used in rug design. Particular patterns, symbols and colors were chosen for their believed life-protecting and life-enhancing attributes.

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