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Rug Quality

Nowadays you can find different types of rugs by any design, color and ideas with different qualities. Main definition of quality for rugs is how it is weaved. Mainly we have two weaving procedure which are hand-knotting and machine-knotting. As you can imagine, these two types are different by their characteristics, materials, colors and production procedure. Knowing some of these differences will help you to know which type you will prefer to have in your home or apartment.

Rug Quality
Hand-Knotted Rug

Hand-Knotted Rug

The basic features of hand-knotted rugs are their quality of raw materials and density of weaving. Mostly, good hand-knotted ones are long lasting and have a high weaving density of 90,000 knots per square meters. Smaller hand knotted carpets are woven with poor quality wool and have affordable price. Handmade rugs are usually made of silk, wool, cotton and other fibers. The most important feature of hand-knotted rugs is its unique character and design. Hand weaving procedure is hard and takes a lot of time but it has irreplaceable elegance and beauty. There are different countries all over the world which produce hand-knotted rugs such as Persia(Iran), Afghanistan, Turkey, India, Turkmenistan and etc. It will be helpful for you to know Persian rugs are very popular in all nations due to their long lasting quality, design and art. Variety of colors and symbols used in hand-knotted rugs make them unexplainably beautiful. Colors such as red, brown, green, blue, yellow, orange, gold, white, black are very noticeable and each color has its own meaning and philosophy. As an example, red represents fire and invokes joy, happiness and courage. Different symbols of nature and medallions used in this art can give your flooring and interior a whole new vibe. If you are into oriental type rugs, and love to make your interior looks unique, then handmade rugs are perfect fit for you.

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