Persian rugs are an important and essential part of Persian art and culture. Carpet weaving is undoubtedly one of the most distinguished manifestations of the Persian culture, dating back to ancient Persia. Millions of Persians produce and hand weave rugs and carpets for domestic markets and international export, making Iran the world’s largest producer and exporter of Persian rugs.
Persian rugs add luxury and class to your home. They have a rare uniqueness about them that adds a certain presence to any room. Persian rugs have become known as one of the finest and most outstanding achievements in oriental textile art. The design of the rugs is organized based on the field of the rug. One design can cover the whole field or it can be broken up into repetitive smaller designs. The Persian rugs are classified into three groups based on their size: Farsh / Qāli, Qālicheh, and Gelim. Each rug can take anywhere from a few months to years to complete. Each individual hand-weaver dedicated themselves to the perfection of the rug, which is why each one is valued so highly. There are over 60 types of Persian rugs, based on design, type of fabric and weaving technique. On average, there are over 2 million knots in a Persian quality rug and about 3,555 hours of labor are needed when knotting an average Persian rug. Because of this, these rugs are highly valued.
Ibraheems Rugs and Furnishings Boutique adds value to your Persian rugs by offering rugs directly from the weavers. We ensure high-quality from our direct import to your home. We provide you with the most authentic Persian rug that you can get, guaranteed. Stop by our showroom today to experience the beauty.