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Rugs For Sale

Rugs for sale in a true sense of value do not come by everyday. Good things are either free or very expensive …

Bedroom Area Rug

Sometimes multiple smaller area rugs are more appropriate in the bedroom. Place one at the foot of the bed and one or two on each side of the bed. Using multiple rugs can not only cost less but sometimes they also better complement your furnishings. Besides they are easy to adjust and rearrange in case you want to make changes to your furniture arrangement.

Artworks Rugs

The breathtaking variety of techniques used to create this design element in flowers and trees and other modern motifs makes the Artwork Plum Blossoms a unique Karastan area rug creation.

Karastan Sale

Karastan Sale

A sale promotion as big as this from Karastan is always a much-awaited affair, and customers who cannot otherwise afford to buy a Karastan, but must have one, have their dreams come true!

Karastan Shapura Rugs

These Karastan area rugs have come out in some of the most beautiful Persian designs, Tiana, Tiana Ivory, Tiana Glacier Blue, Athena and Mandara. Each comes with 20 year warranties and lifetime moth resistance warranties and the support that Karastan traditionally gives to its customers. With these new area rugs, the Shapura collection, Karastan is sure to get a lot more converts to its fold.

Rugs and Home

Rugs and home; both words have an intimate relationship and one adds an extra sense of completion to the other. There are indeed few things that are able to enhance the warmth of your home, and rugs, triumphantly top the list.

10 Easy Tips to help you choose area rugs

10 Easy Tips to help you choose area rugs

While area rugs as a whole are an extension of the owner’s personality; the design of the rug can easily be termed as the most visual way of achieving that. Be it contemporary or traditional, both styles account for your self-expression and taste. Geometric patterns are best suited for modern settings; whereas traditional floral patterns are the ones you can use to enhance the English garden feel.