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Differentiating the Rug Industry

These are hand-knotted (new or antique) and made in natural wools, cottons, or silks.

We are seeing a great demand for refurbished Persian rugs. The industry is responding by making these available at affordable prices. However, this trend won’t be indefinite, there is a limit to the worldwide stock in this category.

These rugs are second-hand, preloved, and often repaired by experts. Many are genuine antiques, and they are all one-off creations. Prices vary according to the level of repairs required, as well as aspects like the weave, fibres, design, and age of the rug.

The great benefit of these rugs is that they have been expertly made in the first place and they are genuine pieces. Now many more people can own a real Persian Rug at an affordable price… while stocks last!

These are made of premium fibres like polyester, bamboo silk, wool, and cotton. Hi-tech looms handle the most intricate designs with the highest weave densities creating beautiful pieces that will be considerably more affordable than if it was handmade.

Thanks to this manufacturing process, these can be produced in large numbers and numerous varieties. As with many tech advancements, the loom production of the rugs increases efficiency and decreases the need for large staff complements.

With designs created by expert, internationally recognised designers, high quality machine woven rugs are available across the globe. Carrying the acclaim of the designer’s reputation, these rugs are often highly sought after.

These rugs are being manufactured in reputable factories in Belgium, Turkey, and Iran, where they have good engineers and ingenuity. India is also a major contributor of rugs, especially with its access to fibres like cotton and well-priced, flexible labour.

Then there are all the other rugs made for pure commercial gain, in the general home decor industry. These are mass produced for a broad range of consumers.