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When you see ‘Oriental carpet for sale’ beware
Posted on 28 April 2015

‘Oriental carpet for sale’ certainly sounds like an attractive proposition. After all, who wouldn’t want a beautiful oriental carpet in his or her living room? It is an ideal addition to make a room more comfortable whilst adding a touch of class.     Despite the temptation to take up the ‘Oriental carpet for sale’ offer, it’s a good idea to take a moment to think carefully about whether to make the purchase. That is because... Read More

Large Persian Rugs: One of the hottest trends in interior design
Posted on 21 April 2015

The eternal quarrel about small or big rugs under the coffee table has finally come to an end. It is official: this year is all about finding and showing off large Persian rugs.  As the trend takes hold, everyone seems to be looking for large Persian rugs to finish the look of their homes. And even celebrities cannot resist. Find out here who has caught large Persian rugs fever…       Large Persian rugs in celebrities’ homes Johnny Deep and his new w... Read More

The Faravahar symbol:Take it with you for a good life
Posted on 14 April 2015

Have you ever seen this symbol? Did you know that it is a reminder to behave yourself? The chances are you have already seen the Faravahar symbol on necklaces or in history books. But did you know it is also said to help people live good lives?     What does the Faravahar symbol stand for? The Faravahar symbol represents the closeness of Iran to Europe as far as ethics and ways of thinking are concerned. It also symbolises immortality and the enhancement of the soul after death. Fu... Read More

What a Kilim rug really looks like
Posted on 07 April 2015

A Kilim rug is a very characteristic type of rug: it can be a wonderful hanging rug, but also a very nice area rug. Kilims are flat rugs with no piles; they are from different parts of the world: Iran, Turkey, Pakistan and eastern European countries. Kilims are a very special type of rug for many because of their history, varied usage and long tradition. Nowadays different materials are used for weaving kilims. Traditional kilims are made using only natural fibres: wool, cotton, silk, hair.   3 different... Read More