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Large Traditional Rugs

The size of these large traditional carpets makes them ideal for defining areas with open floor places. They can elegantly anchor a seating arrangement in a living room, provide a soft and welcoming surface in a bedroom, or add a layer of luxury and comfort in a dining area. Beyond their functional benefits, these large rugs are often the focal point to a room’s décor, drawing the eye and setting the tone for the entire space.

The process of creating a large rug is both intricate and time-consuming. Skilled rug artisans dedicate countless hours to perfecting each piece. Whether crafted from wool, silk, or other high-quality materials, these rugs embody a level of detail and quality that mass-produced items cannot match. The hand-weaving and knotting techniques used make sure that each rug is unique, with variations and imperfections that add to their charm and character.

Investing in such a large traditional rug is not just about enhancing the beauty of your home, it’s also about preserving a piece of art and supporting those who keep these traditional crafts alive. Each rug purchased helps sustain the communities and economies of the regions where the rugs are made, ensuring that the art of hand-weaving continues to thrive for generations.

Large Oriental Rugs FAQs

Large rugs work well in living rooms, under dining tables, or in bedrooms. In the living room, ensure it accommodates your furniture. Under a dining table, it should extend at least 24 inches beyond the table’s edges. In a bedroom, place it under the bed.

Consider the material (e.g., wool, synthetic, natural fibers), size (measure your space), style, color, and pattern that complements your decor. Ensure durability for high-traffic areas and stick to your budget.

Regular vacuuming is key to remove dirt. Rotate it to even out wear. Spot clean spills promptly with mild detergent. Professional cleaning every 1-2 years can extend its life. Use rug pads to prevent slipping and protect your flooring. Avoid direct sunlight to prevent fading.