How Did So Many Moths Get Into My Rug?

Last Updated: 5 June 2017 Why Are There So Many Moths in My Home? Every four to six months, 30 to 200 eggs can be laid by a single moth! Each new moth is then able to lay 30 to 200 more eggs. These eggs are very tiny and, in some cases, can even blend into their surroundings. It only

Tabriz, an example of the finest rug in the world

This Persian Tabriz rug is on display at Behnam Rugs, it is worth taking a look at with its regal patterns including flowers, branches, and all over intricate design. A rug medallion is like the diamond on a ring.

The 3 Biggest Mistakes People Make When Buying Persian Rugs

Last Updated: 4 January 2018 Buying a hand-knotted Persian or Oriental rug can be a big investment, so you’ll want to make sure you are getting the best possible value for this new addition to your home. Here are the three most common mistakes you’ll want to avoid while shopping for your dream rug. Not Measuring Many people simply estimate

Do I have a Soumak rug?

What is a Soumak rug? Soumak rugs are very decorative with abstract geometric designs found mostly in smaller sizes due to being made by semi-nomadic tribal weavers. The spelling of this type of rug can be written different ways Soumak: Soumakh, Sumak, Sumac, and Soumac. Soumak is a type of weave, a flat weave like a Kilim but stronger and

A Short History of Tabriz Persian Rugs

The city of Tabriz in Iran sits in the northwest part of the country, near the border with Turkey. It is a major center of commerce because of its location. Tabriz is also well known for the fine Persian rugs that are made in the area. The city is known around the world for its Persian rugs and has played