Our product range includes, handmade wool rugs, overdyed rugs, machine made rugs, patchwork rugs and printed rugs.

Last 3 years our main business is overdyed and patchwork rugs.These rugs are fashioned from originally handmade and organically dyed wool and cotton blend vintage Turkish rugs .

We make a lot of processes ;Shaving, Bleaching, Colorization ,Over Dyeing , Drying 
The rugs are soaked in pools of boiling water with textile dyes.This dyes are TUV improved.

Patchwork Rugs

Recycling just took a beautiful new turn. Hand-knotted rug, fashioned from patches of Turkish antique rugs ranging from 50 to 80 years old, is over-dyed in vibrant tones. Each rug is unique. The edges are hand sewn.  

Patchwork rugs are produced from older Turkish carpets. These have been cut in smaller pieces and sewn together in new designs and sizes. Colours and designs are harmonic and specially chosen. Backside is cotton fabric. Patchworks are produced of rug that are between 50 and 80 years old.

We have standart colours and sizes with stock for patchwork rugs.(Also special sizes for you we can make)

Vintage collection 

Colored Vintage carpets are produced from older Turkish carpets of at least 40-50 years of age. Each carpet is carefully selected and undergoes a unique process of colour neutralisation before being over-dyed in an exciting new colour. The result is a mix of traditional Turkish carpet design fused with a contemporary Vintage style.

Each rug is unique by size and by color.

At this link you can see Vintage collection overdyed rugs that exactly in our stock.  

Kilim Patchworks

Kilim Patchworks are produced of older Turkish kilims. These have been cut in smaller pieces and sewn together in new designs and sizes. A backside is cotton fabric. Kilim Patchworks are produced of rug that are between 30 and 70 years old. Kilim is a flat woven kind of carpet They use a special technique when weaving, giving the carpet a thinner and cover-like quality.


How to Choose the Right Size Rug for Every Room

May 08, 2017

Text by Alicia Brunker published in Architectural Digest When designing a room, it's not uncommon to spend weeks, or even months, in search of the perfect furnishings. Ironically, a rug often comes as an afterthought—a decorative piece we pick up in a rush after all the other elements of a room are in place, selecting a size based on the standard, off-the-rack measurements. According to interior designer Anne Hepfer, though, the rug should actually be one of the first objects selected when decorating a space. “A rug is one of the most important elements of a room,” Hepfer says. “It’s the showpiece that grabs your attention, and it dictates the mood and design for the rest of the space.” Jean-Pierre...

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