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Sometimes fringe can cause angst. It gets eaten by a robot vacuum. Or eaten by a pet. Or you are simply tired of trying to make it look “tidy.” It is possible to HIDE fringe.
This week the rug that made my heart smile was a little piece shipped in to us for some care. In between the two world wars there was a domestic…
Here is a gem of a runner that visited us for some care. This is a tribal weaving, looks to be northwest Persian, and it is from the early 1800’s.
Damaged rugs and remnants often end up finding a home with us. We find things to love about antique weavings even when it is just a small section
When the pandemic and lockdowns began, and we lost our regular flow of visiting rug cleaning professionals coming to train and learn from us in San Diego, I began a weekly email to the industry called “Cool Rug Friday.”
Today Show article on rug care tips. Honored to be interviewed by the Today Show for an online article on rug care tips. Share with your friends if they can use some guidance on caring for
What we love about rugs is that every one has a story. The story of how it was crafted. As an idea in a weaver’s mind, and then meticulously knotted for months,
Buying rugs makes many people nervous. Buyers are worried if what they are being told is true. Buyers are worried about being ripped off. Buyers are worried if
It seems that even though we do not have “floods” in San Diego like most areas of the U.S. do… we do have a high rate of water damage incidents coming from
Hooked rugs are a specialty craft found overseas and here in America. If you’ve ever done a little bit of needlepoint or other embroidery, you can envision the
From Thanksgiving to Christmas to New Year’s Eve, we get a boost in Rug 9-1-1 calls because of spills from red wine to soda to food to pet puddles.
When anyone asks me the best type of rug to buy, I don’t choose a country, I choose a FIBER. And the best fiber to have a rug made out of is wool. A weaver crafting a
By: Lisa Wagner (NIRC Certified Rug Specialist and author of www.RugChick.com) Hand woven rugs can last centuries when well cared for. However, when exposed
A 16th century masterpiece, considered as one of the two greatest Persian rugs in existence, can be viewed this summer at the Los Angeles