Hand Knotted

Hand Knotted Rugs

This luxurious hand-knotted rug showcases an abstract design with a striking blend of colors, including vibrant purples, soft pinks, warm beiges, and deep greys. The pixelated pattern resembles an artistic splash, adding a modern and dynamic touch to the piece. Crafted with exceptional skill, the rug features a high knot density, ensuring both durability and a plush texture underfoot. Its contemporary aesthetic makes it an ideal centrepiece for any sophisticated living space, bringing both style and comfort to your home decor.

This exquisite hand-knotted rug features an intricate and modern abstract design. The rug’s pattern is a stunning blend of rich blues, soft greens, deep purples, and crisp whites, resembling a pixelated waterfall. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the varying shades and textures create a dynamic and visually captivating piece. The high-quality craftsmanship ensures durability and luxury, making it a perfect addition to any sophisticated living space.

Hand-knotted rug featuring an elegant floral pattern in shades of brown on a beige background. The intricate design and natural color palette make it a sophisticated addition to any room.

Hand-knotted rug crafted from a blend of wool and viscose, featuring a vibrant, abstract splatter design in shades of purple, blue, pink, and green. This eye-catching piece adds a dynamic and contemporary touch to any space.

Hand-knotted rug made from a blend of wool and viscose, featuring an abstract design with bold streaks of yellow, blue, and black on a neutral beige background. This modern piece adds an artistic flair to any contemporary interior.

This hand-knotted rug weaves together a vibrant spectrum of reds, greens, and yellows, mirroring the rich hues of a sunset. Crafted from lustrous viscose, it promises to add a touch of elegance and comfort to any room.”

Hand Knotted is the oldest form of weaving. The standalone feature of this style of carpets is the presence of a warp and weft with the weaver circling each knot manually around the weft and then clipping the excess yarn in the process. The warp is a spacer and the weft locks the yarn in place. Hand knotted rugs almost never come with an additional backing cloth as they don’t require one and once you flip them over, one can view the actual design on the back of the rug.

This construction is used mostly to achieve complex set of colours and designs since this style comes with the maximum number of weaving possibilities. A seasoned rug buyer can e seen spotting a hand knotted rug from a distance, a skill one acquires through time.



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