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The Mystique Carpet Collection: New Rug Additions

Cane, Café Hot off of the loom, we have some exciting new additions to our popular Mystique Carpet Collection and we can’t wait to share them with you! From soft neutral tones to bold crimsons, oranges and blues, these youthful and effortless rug designs take the traditional art of rug-making to the next level. Sublime […]

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New Rug Collections Catalog

rugcaspi Our new digital Rug Collections Catalog is out and we can’t wait to share our latest arrivals with you. From subtle transitional patterns to bold and modern designs, each of these sophisticated new lines offer their own unique style and back-story. In collaboration with industry renowned Teddy Summer, the Caspian Collection is hand-knotted in India using a Turkish weave and hand-spun Middle […]

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Clearance Rug Sale

It’s a Clearance rug sale and you’re invited! For the first time ever we are offering our discontinued collections online to the public at heavily discounted clearance pricing. With rug styles ranging from traditional to modern, browse through over 30 exclusive collections of some of the finest handmade carpets available. All of our clearance carpet […]

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Nirvana Couture Rug Collection

With a new series of sophisticated cutting-edge rugs, the intricately designed Nirvana Couture Rug Collection takes our popular Nirvana line to the next level. Each Nirvana Couture rug is Wilton-loomed and hand-finished, marring modern day technology with traditional handcraft and artistry. The rugs in this collection offer transitional designs that are the embodiment of luxury and […]

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Brooklyn Rug Collection

Like its namesake, our Brooklyn Rug Collection is a melting pot of styles and cultures from around the world fused together into a harmonious union. With its unique neighborhoods, cuisines and architecture, the diversity that defines the beloved New York borough is the soul behind our Brooklyn line of rugs. These transitional designs are influenced by […]

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A Rug Making Journey: After the Loom

Flatweave rugs differentiate themselves by being woven on horizontal looms using a simpler knotting technique. The flatweave is notable for its lower knot count, broad patterns and rougher texture. After the loom/finishing When a rug is finally cut off the loom it is by no means finished. The raw rug is extremely dense and the […]

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A Rug Making Journey: Natural Dyes

A Rug Making Journey: Natural Dyes Learn more about the making of rugs in ‘Colors of India a rug making journey’ produced by Samad: http://www.samad.com/colors-home Natural Dyes: To maintain the more traditional or homespun look often associated with village or tribal rugs, vegetable dyes, such as saffron, indigo, madder root and even tree bark, must […]

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A Rug Making Journey: Spinning Wool

A Rug Making Journey: Spinning Wool Learn more about the making of rugs in ‘Colors of India a rug making journey’ produced by Samad: http://www.samad.com/colors-home Wool Spinning: Highly coveted handmade rugs abandon fast, efficient, noisy machines in favor of a simple and somewhat quieter device. By modern standards, it is a rudimentary contraption, a reliable, […]