Fine Imported Rugs & Accessories

Antique persian oriental rug

What Causes My Rug’s Color to Fade?

As we enter the spring and summer seasons, it’s always a great feeling to open the blinds and let a bit of light and warmth into your home. However, it’s important to be careful which blinds you’re opening, because if you have an oriental rug in that particular room or hallway, then you may want to reconsider letting in the …


Oriental Rug Stitching

The Ultimate Spot Removal Kit For Your Persian Rug

It’s always a great feeling to have your Persian oriental rug professionally cleaned, especially during this time of year. However, if your rug isn’t in need of routine cleaning just yet, then it’s important to always have a spot removal kit on hand just in case an unexpected spill occurs. Our professional oriental rug cleaners are here to tell you …


Handmade Pakistan Peshawar Rug

8 Benefits of Having an Area Rug in Your Home

These days it’s all about the hardwood floors or tiled floors. Home buyers are often looking for a house with hardwood floors and tiles due to their longevity and ease of cleaning. One additional reason people prefer hard flooring is because they have the ability to instead use area rugs. If you have a home with hardwood floors and tiles, …


Oriental Rug Cleaning

How To Remove Salt Stains From An Oriental Rug

Winter is in full swing here in Massachusetts and we’ve already seen our fare share of snow, ice, and the dreaded road salt. Salt isn’t just bad for your car, your suede or leather boots, and your hardwood floors — it can also have a negative effect on your carpet. For those who have oriental rugs in their home, you …


Rolled-up oriental rugs

How to Properly Store Your Oriental Rug

Although oriental rugs are meant to be showcased in your home, sometimes you may need to store it away for an extended period of time. Perhaps you’re moving or maybe a family member passed theirs on to your family and you don’t current have room for it. Whatever the case may be, it’s important that your take the necessary precautions …


Oriental Rug Care

What Are Sprouts and How to Get Rid of Them?

Sprouts or sprouting is often found happening to a wool rug. People frequently mistakenly think sprouting is associated with something growing in your rug. However, that is not true, sprouting is absolutely normal and it does not mean your rug has any defects of problems. What Are Sprouts? Sprouts are threads that appear to untangle from the rug and stick out …


Where Are Oriental Rugs Made Today?

Oriental rugs are made from Morrocco to places in Northern China and India. This stretch is called the Rug Belt or Islamic Carpets because the majority of these countries that produce Oriental rugs are followers of Islam. Today, the most important oriental rug weaving areas are in Turkey, China, Iran, Pakistan, India, and Afghanistan. There is a reason why the area from …


Oriental Rug Care

3 Steps To Keep Your Wool Oriental Rug Valuable

Did you know it is very important to maintain your Oriental Rug to keep it high quality and valuable? When you want to sell it or pass it down to the next generation, you should learn these 3 basic steps to keep your Oriental rug in value over time. Well if you currently do not own one, contact Persia Oriental …


oriental rug

Common Oriental Rug Myths Explained

Many homeowners who are not familiar with Oriental rugs might have many questions or myths about them. So, today, we are going to explain some of the myths that are about Oriental rugs. Oriental rugs are only different in design Oriental rugs are actually different from all others in that pile is tied to their foundations. They are also known …


5 Common Misconceptions About New Oriental Rugs

Many homeowners who are relatively new to purchasing a new Oriental rug have a lot of misconceptions about them. So today, we are going to discuss whether these myths are true or bust. Misconception 1: Old rugs have natural dyes; new rugs have synthetic dyes. This myth is a bust. Most rugs that are considered old were made with synthetic …





Call Us! 508-753-4667