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Handmade oriental carpets

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Oriental carpet is a home decoration

The carpets present in the culture typical of the Middle and Far East are commonly called Persian carpets. It is a broad umbrella term that covers many types, but the categories have some common features. Whether they are knotted Oriental carpets or woven Kelim carpets/rag rugs, their range of colours and motifs reflects their important role in local culture. Wool carpets - and of course tapestries - are renowned for their high quality and will adorn homes for a long time to come. With their varied patterns and colours, they give your home a unique atmosphere as living room carpets, runner carpets, bedroom carpets, hallway carpets. In our carpet catalogue, you will find products from well-known carpet making countries in different colours, sizes and patterns. Classic hand-knotted oriental carpets owe their popularity to their fine workmanship, durable colouring and premium quality. They are also popular as status symbols in medical practices, lawyers' offices, VIP clubrooms and executive suites, but are especially used as a highly aesthetic centrepiece in family homes. When cleaning hand-knotted carpets, it is always advisable to hire a professional to do the job, but for smaller particles, vacuum cleaning is easy. Persian carpets are the most ancient of home textiles, dating back to the traditions of Far Eastern cultures. Admiring a Persian carpet with colourful floral or geometric patterns, one can imagine wandering through the mountainous highlands of Asia Minor, Central Asia or even the Caucasus. The region's natural conditions and climate were not conducive to growing crops, so livestock farming was the only viable option. The constant movement associated with grazing animals created the framework for a nomadic way of life, in which the craft of weaving carpets was organically embedded thanks to the supply of wool. Initially, the oriental carpet had primarily functional value: it protected against extreme weather changes, covered the entrance to tents, insulated and provided warmth as a blanket. It gradually evolved from a utilitarian object into a textile of artistic value bearing the hallmarks of oriental cultures, and with the spread of urban life, it became an irreversible home furnishing. As a symbol of social status and luxury, it first adorned the homes of the wealthy but later conquered the world. Our wool carpets bring a special flair to the interior, decorating your home with oriental motifs and stylistic features. In addition to our hand-knotted and woven kelims, take a look at our range of quality acrylic machine-made carpets!