The Wyndham Collection is made with
a New Zealand wool pile and uses the latest colors to create a modern classic look that will be featured in any room Finish/Color: Natural / Multi-Colored Product Shape: Rectangle Construction/Weave: Hand Tufted Material: Wool Pile Height: ...
The elegant designs and rich colors
of these rugs are inspired from 19th century antique Persian rugs. A special herbal wash gives these rugs their luster and an aged patina. This collection is hand tufted in India of 100% hand-spun premium wool. Please ...
Anatolia Collection brings old world sophistication
and quality in new tufted rugs. This collection captures the authentic look and feel of the decorative rugs made in the late 19th century in this region. Hand spun wool and an ancient pot dying technique together ...
Few décor delights provide the versatility rugs. They protect your floors, add warmth and make a style statement all at once. From super-fun runners to stylish-to-the-max accents, these rugs are made for happy feet. Get in on the ground floor of something amazing with a huge selection of rugs. They keep you warm on the cold winter days, especially mornings, and they add color and texture to any room. They look nice bathed in the summer-time sun through your windows too. The only problem is that you have a hard time picking which one you love the most. At the right price you, you can buy two or three and spread these beauties out all over your house. Soft and comfortable never looked so good.
A: Hand-knotting is an ancient rug making technique, but it's still used today. The more knots per square inch, the better. Hand-tufted rugs are the next best thing because that means they're half man-made. The best way to see if these techniques were employed is to check the underside of the rug. If you see the pattern in reverse, it's hand-knotted; if you see a backing, it's hand-tufted. The best rugs are made by hand by skilled artisans. Online you don't always have access to the underside of the rugs photos. But on Bellacor.com product pages we can help you with product specifications that answer that question and more.
A: This follows the same general formula for vacuuming carpets. Vacuum daily, time allowing, in high-traffic areas or ones frequented by pets. Think twice weekly in medium-traffic, and weekly in light-traffic, using attachments on the edges.
Q: What size rug does one need under a queen or king bed?
A: Measure 30 inches on each side of the bed to create a border. The rug should be at least 4 inches from the wall. Plus, make sure it doesn't cover any vents, of course. For a king or queen, 8x10 and 9x12 rugs are probably sufficient to cover that space.
A: Like many things, your rug's durability is likely determined by the quality of the material and construction, plus the amount of traffic in a space. Finally, your daily upkeep is a determining factor. High quality, well-cared-for rugs can last 20-50 years. On the other end of the spectrum, you're probably looking at 5 years.