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Magic Rugs Blog

Do you need an area rug in the living room?

The living room the main room in the house used to entertain guests and/or as a general gathering area for the household members. While it is true that this area should have some standard elements in all households, such as a sofa or a coffee table, a rug is never an obvious part of the required items inside the room, although it should be.


12 Days Of Christmas - Anatolian Peninsula

Oushak rugs were historically known as “Anatolian rugs,” which means “land of the rising sun.” In the present day, we call these rugs “Oushak,” which references a major city in Western Anatolia, known for having been a major center of rug production during the Ottoman Empire.


Magic Rugs 12 Days Of Christmas - Kashmar City

Forward we have arrived, Kashmar City! Capital of the Kashmar county in Razavi Khorasan Province. This beautiful place used to be known by the name Torshiz city until two centuries ago and nowadays it is internationally recognized for importing the best quality Kashmar Persian Rugs.


Magic Rugs 12 Days Of Christmas - Gabbeh

Only in the last fifteen years or so, has the Gabbeh gained popularity. Gabbeh rugs were often shunned for being too coarse, too bright, and having too much variety within the style. Yet it’s for these very reasons that we love Gabbeh rugs! And we suspect we’re not the only ones!


Magic Rugs 12 Days Of Christmas - Nain Central Iran

Nain rugs are considered to be some of the highest-quality rugs available today. Nain is relatively new to the carpet-weaving industry … meaning Nain rugs have been on the market for only about 100 years or so. However, the rugs quickly gained popularity for their high-quality materials and craftsmanship.


Most Common Rug's Shapes, Styles, and Length of Its Hair?

In this post, we’ll be talking about the most common rugs you can find in the market, what are the shapes, sizes, designs, and styles that you are sure to find when you go browsing for a rug yourself, also, we will discuss what are the types of rugs most likely to work for your rooms.


Magic Rugs 12 Days Of Christmas - Turkoman

So What’s So Special About Turkoman Style Carpets? Well, they are a hand-woven, floor-covering textile, produced by nomadic tribes from Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Afghanistan. They use only raw and natural materials.