Hamadan Rugs

Discover the timeless beauty and exceptional craftsmanship of Hamadan rugs, adding elegance and character to your home.

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Hamadan Rugs: Handmade Persian Legacy for Your Home

1. Rug Patterns- tradition meets passion

The world of Hamedan will invite you to great pieces of art from the Orient. Each pattern you will meet is unique and it is also the most important feature of the Hamedan rug. The pattern unites the tradition of the knotting province and the passion of the weaver.

A rug from Orient embodies the soul of the weaver together with the norms and values of the province. A weaver receives a design that represents the province and it takes him up to four years to complete the piece. The design template is unique because the weaver uses it only once. In the countryside, nomads weave nomadic rugs without a template but the designs of neighbouring villages are similar.

2. Rug Production – A closely linked network

Conventional Hamedan rugs are hand-knotted and originate mainly from the ancient Orient. The production of these rugs is mainly the insurance of the weavers and other actors involved. In order to achieve shorter delivery routes, there is a connection between local suppliers and producers which is maintained by generations.

3. Rug material – The benefits of natural fibres

Classic Hamedan fibres originate from natural fibres which come from either animals or plants. In most cases, weavers obtain pure new wool from local production sites which in turn benefits all stakeholders from the region.

The rugs are resistant and durable since the wool has a high-fat content and they are also odourless. The natural fibres create a balanced indoor climate which can be combined with underfloor heating. Additionally, weavers also use natural yarns such as cork wool and silk.

4. Rug colours –The transformation of colours

Colourful rugs fit in most interiors be it classic and oriental or modern and simple, and that is a characteristic that Hamedan rugs have. In order to fade sufficiently, handmade rugs should be exposed to sunlight for more than a month. However, at times this is not commonly adhered to in the supply chain which is why the rugs at your home are like bleach. Therefore, to have an even fade, the rugs will be rotated every two years. This is why rugs get individual colours after ten years.

5. Rug Form- The right cut for every interior

Handmade rugs come in various conventional forms. Rectangular ones are the most common and they come in two specifications; square rugs and narrow long ones, the so-called ‘’rug runners.’’ It is rare to find round and oval rugs.

6. Rug pattern- detailed and unique

The precise elaboration of the rug weavers is evident in the patterns of rug weavers. Even though each rug is unique, there is a relationship within a rug family which makes the rugs valuable. Hamedan rugs give modern furnishings more colour and patterns which in turn creates a cosier atmosphere.

Living- rugs are an enrichment for every home.

Hamedan rugs add a touch of colour to any room.

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