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Amala graces Canada with its signature carpet designs
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Jul '12

Amala Carpets, a designer of eco-friendly custom-made luxury designs, is pleased to introduce its brand in Canada. Produced in Nepal, the carpets are crafted following traditional techniques perfected over five generations and infused with a modern perspective. Each design is one-of-a-kind and Amala Carpets offers personal consultations to create the perfect piece for any space.

 "Carpet making has been part of my family for generations," said Shan Shrestha, Principal, Amala Carpets. "Quality, beauty and unique craftsmanship is our heritage and our entry into the market offers Canadians the opportunity to experience our personalized approach for those looking for luxurious carpets."

Since its inception in 2011, Amala Carpets has created custom-designed luxury carpets, tailored to its clients' unique specifications. As part of this design process, Amala Carpets also provides specialized consultation and expert advice. The company can match any design concept to create the perfect carpet for all. The result: a beautifully handcrafted carpet that can be passed down through generations.

Inspired by nature, each piece is handcrafted by traditional artisans who infuse ancient techniques with new perspectives and modern interpretations. Amala Carpets uses an eco-friendly manufacturing process that saves energy and natural resources. Natural vegetal dyes of Madder, Indigo and Saffron colour the hand sorted highland wool in a multitude shades before it's woven into a highly durable, museum-quality carpet.

Shan Shrestha founded Amala Carpets in collaboration with Ganchen Shrestha in 2011. Amala Carpets produces hand-woven made-to-order carpets for high-end consumers.

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