An oriental rug is a thick cloth created in “Oriental nations” for practical and symbolic uses and sold locally and internationally. Oriental carpets may be pile woven or flat woven without pile and made from various materials, including silk, wool, and cotton.
Turkish, Persian, and Oriental carpets are examples of traditional rugs. These rugs have one-of-a-kind patterns such as elaborate motifs, florals, and medallions. They use vibrant hues such as dark navy, deep reds, and rich golds. Typically, they are constructed of wool, silk, and cotton.
Oriental carpets are still quite popular! They are a fantastic complement to both home and business spaces. Even better, the patterns of the rugs have changed and may now suit contemporary, traditional, and classic colour schemes.
During the frigid winter months, they serve an essential purpose: Plain rugs insulate the floor by retaining cold air below and preventing it from escaping and cooling the space. The rug’s warmth will also keep your feet warm.