Should You Buy a Persian Rug Online?

Many experts recommend that one take a look at a Persian or Oriental rug’s underside to check to see if it’s truly a hand-knotted rug. That’s a little hard to do if you’re buying a rug online. But all is not lost. After all, many people and even Persian rug dealers sell their rugs online. Read below for tips on

The Persian Rug You Bought Isn’t Hand Made. Now What?


If you’ve just purchased a Persian or Oriental rug, you undoubtedly want to show it to your friends and family. You have them over and show it on your floor. And then one of them – someone whose knowledge of Persian/Oriental rugs you trust – inspects your rug and tells you gently that it’s not a hand-knotted Persian/Oriental rug. “What

Using a Persian Rug on Wall-to-Wall Carpet

Let’s say you love Persian and Oriental rugs – their workmanship, their patterns and colors, their quality. But let’s also say that your home has wall-to-wall carpeting in practically every room. You decide to purchase one of these fine rugs, but you don’t really want to place it in the kitchen or in a bath (where there is no carpeting).

When You Hate the Rug, But Love the Giver

What do you do when you someone you love dearly presents you with a Persian or Oriental rug as a gift, but you hate the rug? Received a Persian rug as a gift from someone you love, but you don’t like the rug? Keep reading to learn what to do next. After all, you know that a Persian or Oriental

Using a Persian Rug in Your Wedding

With June just a few weeks away, many brides and grooms are putting the finishing touches on their plans for their their marriage ceremony. Many people of Iranian descent use small prayer rugs – many of them exquisite Persian rugs – in their marriage ceremony. Iranian couples often stand on a small Persian rug as they say their marriage vows.

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