If you’re inspired by art and fine craftsmanship, then you will appreciate the exclusive, complexity of hand-knotted rugs. Hand created in exotic locales such as Pakistan and India, these rugs often take up to one year to create. Families and even entire villages work together to create these masterpieces. The rugs will often tell a story of the community through their intricate patterns. Many villages use rug making as a social opportunity. The art of rug making is taught to even the smallest of children. Once your feet sink into the fibers of these one-of-a-kind rugs, you’ll feel the luxury and the difference.
The process is incredibly complex. Hand-knotted rugs are typically made with wool or silk. The rugs are created by looping wool or silk around the warps one at a time, creating a thick pile. Cotton yarn is then woven through the warps to hold them together. Due to the generous time it takes to make these rugs, they are the highest quality. Hand-knotted rugs can last a lifetime and are often passed down for generations as a cherished family heirloom.