For many centuries Persian rugs have been a staple in Persian culture and art forms. The complexity of the deigns is what makes them so beautiful. Designs can be anything from pictorial, florals, traditional, and other various styles. Their beauty captures the traditions of Iran throughout history. Our Persian rugs always use natural dyes to create their sharp coloring.
Famous for their theatrical patterns, and lifelike scenery Balouch rugs are weaved to tell a story. They have a predominately red, blue, black brown color pallet, with the occasional hint of yellow, ivory, or orange. Nomadic people of Baluchistan started hand knotting rugs made of wool many years ago. Balouch rugs are soft and resilient providing a generous life span.
Turkmen rugs uses vegetable dyes or other natural dyes from the land, which comes from Turkmen a city of Persia. Their trademark design and most common is tribal patterns. Turkmen rugs are mostly made with cotton and wool pile.
The classic Baluch rug is a relatively thin loose fabric with a wool pile and a wool or cotton foundation. They are small and relatively narrow. Colors are in deep blues, black, brown, & red with some yellow, orange, green and white for outlining. Designs resemble medallions.