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Oriental Area Rugs

  • Oriental Rug 2'3x4 Black
    Oriental Rug 3x5 Maroon

    Alfombras Oriental Traditional Non-Slip Area Rug

    from $29.85

    Antep Rugs Alfombras Oriental Traditional Non-Skid (Non-Slip) Low Profile Pile Rubber Backing Indoor Area Rug Perfect for Dining Room, Living Room,...

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  • Traditional Rug Maroon/Beige
    Traditional Rug 5x7 Black/Beige

    Traditional Oriental Area Rug

    from $35.85

    Antep Rugs Kashan King Collection Oriental Indoor Area Rug Add a fashionable complement to a living room, dining room or bedroom with this versatil...

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  • Oriental Weaver 2'3x7 Blue Beige
    Oriental Weaver 2'3x7 Black Beige

    Traditional Oriental Area Rug

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    Antep Rugs Siesta Collection Oriental Traditional Indoor Area Rug Add a fashionable complement to a living room, dining room or bedroom with this v...

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FAQs

The most well-known feature of oriental rugs is the fact that they are hand-knotted in Asia. The most popular countries that make oriental rugs are Iran, Turkey, India, Pakistan, Tibet, Nepal, Russia, and China. Persian rugs are also oriental rugs but they are made exclusively in Iran (formerly known as Persia).

First, remove the loose dirt by vacuuming your oriental rug. Be careful to not vacuum the edges as this can damage your rug. Continue by dusting your oriental rug and vacuuming it once again. Afterward, soak the rug with cold water and begin washing it with rug shampoo. Be careful to not scrub your oriental rug too hard as it can damage the fibers. Rinse and repeat this process as you did with vacuuming. Finally, find a spot where both sides of the rug can dry equally when hanging vertically.

When decorating your home with oriental rugs you can go with neutral or monochromatic colors. This will allow your oriental rugs to stand out and depict a unique atmosphere to your surroundings. Also, make sure to not be afraid when mixing different color palettes as bold designs are an important aspect of oriental rugs.