Persian rugs

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Our Persian rugs : large choice of Persian rugs at the best prices

Discover our range of Persian rugs, delivered free of charge and selected for their high quality and careful workmanship. Their sumptuous and colourful patterns will bring a touch of originality to your home, whatever your style of decoration.

The Iranian carpet is the result of a thousand year old tradition and still finds its place in our homes today. Let yourself be seduced by this ancestral art, famous for its elaborate and complex patterns as well as for its bright and vivid colours.

The Persian carpet, an ancestral tradition

The Persian carpet is an emblematic element of Iranian culture, whose origins date back several millennia. Once made by nomadic Persian tribes, it is traditionally hand-knotted. Because of its bright colours, elaborate patterns and fine weaving, the Iranian tapi is now considered a luxury product. It is ideal for adding a touch of elegance to your home. It fits perfectly into traditional style homes, and adds a little originality and colour to more contemporary style interiors. In addition, this type of carpet is known to be strong and durable. Properly cared for, it can last for decades. We offer a wide range of high quality carpets in various sizes and colours. You are sure to find the right model, whatever your taste and decorating style. All our rugs are delivered free of charge.

Persian rugs with bright colours and elaborate patterns

Persian carpets are traditionally made from natural fibres such as wool, cotton and silk, although nowadays some designs are made from synthetic fibres. The weaving is done according to a specific knotting method. There are several types of knots, each of which gives the work a different appearance. The number of knots per square metre is an indicator of the quality of the carpet. For example, carpets that are considered coarse have between 80,000 and 120,000 knots per square metre, while the finest carpets can have over 1,000,000 knots per square metre. Iranian carpets are renowned for their highly elaborate designs. As a rule, they consist of several borders framing a central medallion. The medallion is symmetrical in most cases, and can take several forms: circular, ogival, star-shaped, etc. The motifs represented, whether geometric, floral or animal, usually have a symbolic meaning. Finally, the colours used are bright and luminous. For example, there are carpets with a dominant ochre, red, blue or even green colour.