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1800GetaRug.com now offers eco-friendly hand-knotted rugs
Jan '13
Originally produced for the courts and palaces of the Ottoman Empire, hand-knotted Oriental rugs have remained popular throughout history. Their attractive floral patterns are the perfect accent to any home, traditional or contemporary. 1800GetARug.com now specializes in the sale of these exquisite functional pieces of art. All of the Oriental rugs offered on the website are genuine, hand-knotted rugs featuring 100 percent natural wool and natural dyes.

Natural Oriental wool rugs offer many advantages in addition to enhancing the appearance of any room. The wool’s natural resistance to bacteria, mold and mildew make Oriental rugs a comfortable choice for those who are allergy-prone. Wool also adjusts to provide the most comfortable atmosphere in all temperatures and is naturally fire-retardant. Wool also evaporates moisture quickly and is inhospitable to dust mites.

Nothing compares with the comfort, resilience, versatility, and health benefits of pure wool Oriental rugs from 1800GetARug.com. These Oriental rugs are not only far higher-quality compared to their mass-produced counterparts, but are also much more durable and free of the environmental hazards caused by the production of the glues, synthetic materials and dyes used in machine-made and tufted rugs.

1800GetARug.com offers the finest Oriental rugs in different styles, patterns and colors to meet a wide variety of needs. Only handmade Oriental rugs are considered authentic and the selection of products offered on 1800GetARug.com is among the best in the industry. The website offers Oushak rugs, Savonnerie rugs, Heriz rugs, Kazak rugs, Tabriz rugs and Kashan rugs and other recognized manufacturers which allow clients to receive the highest-quality, natural, hand-knotted Oriental rugs at an affordable price.

About 1800GetaRug.com

Established in 1990, 1800GetARug.com is the pioneer importer and wholesaler of fine hand-knotted Oriental rugs from Persia, India, Pakistan, Turkey, Tibet and China. The company was among the first three Oriental rug dealers in 1998 to offer genuine hand-knotted Oriental rugs on the internet. 1800GetARug.com is proud to have succeeded and lasted through the years, with thousands of satisfied customers


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