The Myth Behind Oriental Rugs

Today’s homes are not complete without one or more of kitchen rugs, carpet, rug pad or the sort. The design of the rugs and the patterns in which they come adds to the aesthetics and beauty of the room and serving its all other purpose in protecting floors and surfaces.

But the piece of rug or carpet that we have is not just a “piece” per se but to some this might be a good investment. In the eyes of an art connoisseur a well made piece of oriental rug or Persian rug can be a money well spent and in a few years time of care would fetch off a good price for antique collectors.

Oriental rugs have been valued throughout the world and it is one of the well-known as well delighted works of art. Persian and oriental rugs have wealthy history. Some experts refer their origins to Persia (now Iran). Its cultural significance was accepted by people around the world, and until now it is as popular as it was ever before.
Its popularity was due to the quality of materials it was made from, the meticulous workmanship and amount of work, and also the complicated designs and patterns. The Oriental carpet made its way to be an important social and cultural object.

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