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Carpet & Rug Sizes

Carpet & Rug Sizes

John Doe 15/09/2014 0
CARPET & RUG SIZES In United States the apartments are always limited in certain sizes. Though handmade rugs do not have any rules and regulations on sizes, but still below are the sizes what people choose to buy for their places.2′ by 3′3′ by 5′4′ by 6′5′ by 7′5′ by 8′6′ by 9′8′ by 10′12′ by 15′SIZE AND FITTING GUIDEMost rooms need a rug – a room without a rug can appear unwelcoming and unfinished. It will transform a room, introducing a sense of luxury, particularly if it is of good quality and a high standard of craftsmanship; the colour, pattern and texture of the rug lend a feeling of com...
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How To Take Care Handmade Rug

How To Take Care Handmade Rug

John Doe 15/09/2014 0
Qualtiy Hand made rug is an investment. If you have spent a decent amount of money or planning to buy a piece of art, you should take proper care of it, with just a little bit of care you can inhance your rug's life by 50+ years. Here are some important points.1.      VacuumingIn almost all instances, regular vacuuming of an Oriental rug with an electric vacuum cleaner is good for the rug. A dirty rug wears prematurely, and regular gentle vacuuming helps prevent dirt on the surface of the rug from filtering down into the pile where it can accumulate and cause increased wear. Still, be careful ...
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Turkish Carpet

Turkish Carpet

John Doe 15/09/2014 0
A carpet is a textile floor covering typically consisting of an upper layer of pile attached to a backing. The pile was traditionally made from wool, but, since the 20th century, synthetic fibers such as polypropylene, nylon or polyester are often used, as these fibers are less expensive than wool. The pile usually consists of twisted tufts which are typically heat-treated to maintain their structure. The term "carpet" is often used interchangeably with the term "rug", although the term "carpet" can be applied to a floor covering that covers an entire house, whereas a "rug" is generally no big...
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Weaving Techniques

Weaving Techniques

John Doe 15/09/2014 0
The reason that rugs are a subject of such fascination and admiration for so many is that within their threads they carry the weight of history. The designs (which may have religious, talismanic or totemic meanings) tell the stories of their weavers, and of traditions passed down from one generation to the next. Creating these designs, while retaining structural integrity, requires great skill and knowledge of different weaving techniques that can be employed for different effects, many different examples of which may be seen in a single rug.In our article, What Is A Kilim, we established that...
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