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Nomadic Rugs: Travel the World from the Comfort of Your Home

Rug patterns - tradition meets passion

Dive into the world of nomadic rugs and discover the art of the Orient. Each pattern resembles a painting and is unique in itself. The pattern is the most important characteristic of a nomadic rug, it combines the tradition of the knotting province and the passion of the weaver. A rug from the Orient thus embodies the soul of the weaver and the norms and values of the province. A weaver spends up to four years on one piece. The weavers are given a design template that is typical for the province and which they follow. This design template is usually used only once and then varied. In the countryside, nomadic rugs are knotted without a template, but the designs of neighbouring villages are similar. In these cases, the rugs are similar in colour and pattern. Nomad rugs have knot densities of varying fineness. Persian rugs such as the Afshar Sirjan, the Gashghai, the Hamadan, and the Bakhtiar have a knot density of approximately 160,000 to 202,500 knots per square metre; this means that they are finely made. rugs such as the Heriz or the Garawan have a knot density of 122,500 to 160,000 knots per square metre. Under no circumstances, however, should a relatively low knot density be taken to imply the quality of these wonderfully thick rugs.

Nomadic Rugs are available in various designs. The beautiful variants of the nomadic rugs, such as Afshar Sirjan, Garawan, Gashghai, Hamadan, Bakhtiar, and Heriz, are listed in our shop under the category "Persian Rug - Nomadic."

Rug Production - A closely linked network

Conventional nomadic rugs are hand-knotted and originate mainly from the ancient Orient. In many production locations, nomadic rugs are the life insurance of the weavers and other actors involved. Local connections of suppliers and producers enable shorter delivery routes and faster production. This regional network is maintained by passing it on from generation to generation.

Rug material - The benefits of natural fibres

Classic nomadic rugs are usually made from natural fibres. Natural fibres are divided into plant and animal fibres. In most cases, pure new wool is used, supplied from local production sites; this means that all stakeholders involved benefit from the region. The processed virgin wool is odourless and has a high-fat content, making the rugs resistant and durable. The natural fibres ensure a balanced indoor climate and can also be combined with underfloor heating. In addition to virgin wool, other natural yarns such as cork wool, cotton or silk are used.

Rug colours - The transformation of colours

A Nomad rug is rich in colours and nuances. Colourful rugs in shades like blue, green, red, or yellow fit in almost every interior, whether classic and oriental or modern and simple.

Handmade rugs need to be exposed to the sun for over a month to fade sufficiently. This time is usually not observed in the supply chain, so it is not a miracle that the rugs fade in your home. The rug should be rotated every two years to ensure even fading. This way, in some cases, the rug will only get its final colour after ten years.

Rug shape - The right cut for every interior

Handmade rugs come in all conventional shapes. Rectangular rugs are the most common. Two specifications of rectangular rugs are square rugs and long narrow rugs, the so-called

"rug runners". Round rugs and oval rugs, on the other hand, are much rarer.

Rug patterns - detailed and unique

The precise artistry of the rug weavers can be seen in the patterns. The careful handwork makes a nomadic rug so valuable. Each pattern is unique, yet there are similarities within a rug family. Nomadic rugs make simple, modern interiors appear more lively through the variety of their colours and patterns and thus create a cosier atmosphere.

Living - rugs are an enrichment for every home

Nomad rugs cut a fine figure in any room. The timeless oriental design survives the trend of every age. They can be laid out in almost any room, whether in the bright living or cosy bedroom. Even stains do not bother them. The fantastic patterns make minor stains look invisible. In contrast to coarse high pile rugs, such as shaggy rugs, nomadic rugs are very fine and short piles, which means that these rugs can also be added to your walls as valuable pieces.

Bring oriental culture into your home and appreciate the weavers' creativity and years of hard work.

Nomadic rugs are an investment for the future; don't be put off by the high cost. Classic nomadic rugs pay back your expenses through their long life. The rugs can be passed down through generations with regular care and cleaning. In addition, they are relatively stable in price and have little loss in value.

Guide - Nomadic Rugs

Quality promise - Convinced of the quality of our rugs

Each of our rugs is subjected to a careful quality inspection and appraisal. Only after successful inspection is our rugs handed over to the sales department. You can buy your rug without worries and return it free of charge within 31 days if you are not satisfied.

Rug Encyclopaedia - The Rug Encyclopaedia

Are you curious and need more information about our offered rugs? In our rug encyclopaedia, you will find, among other things, answers to questions such as:

  • "Do oriental rugs exist in black and white?"
  • "Which pattern is typical for a nomadic rug?"
  • "Which material is preferred for oriental rugs?
  • "From which region do nomadic rugs originate?"
  • "What characteristics do nomadic rugs have?"

Rug material science - Quick material overview

To ensure that the rug meets your comfort requirements, you should look at our material science to get an overview of the materials used. Wool is usually used, but each wool rug can be produced from different wool.

Rug finder & room planner - A short guide to room planning

If you don't have a concrete idea of which rug is suitable for which room, you should look at our room planner. There you will find detailed instructions on laying out your rugs in the living room, dining room, bedroom, children's room, or hallway.

Rug product range - diverse collections and price segments

You can get a quick overview of our entire assortment in our product range. You will find a large selection of Nomaden rugs online, waiting to find the right buyer on our webshop. The different collections on offer have been compiled over 50 years and contain rugs in various price segments.

Rug customisation - your dream rug

If you could not find your dream rug in our assortment, we offer you to make a free customisation request. We will process your request within the shortest possible time and get back to you promptly.

Our Rugs - shipping & guarantee

Shipping and returns within Germany and many other countries are free of charge. If the rug does not suit you, you can make use of your 31-day right of return. In addition, we offer a 12-month guarantee on our entire range.

Payment - Ordering rugs online from the comfort of your living room

Buy your favourite rug online and pay in the way that suits you best. In addition to the usual payment methods such as bank transfer in advance, credit card, or PayPal, we also offer payment via Amazon Pay, cash on collection, and cash on delivery.

Rug Cleaning & Rug Repair - Rug Maintenance

Please find out how to properly maintain your rug and when professional maintenance is required in our rug cleaning & rug repair blog.

Questions and Suggestions - Friendly Rug Customer Service

If you have any questions or suggestions, don't hesitate to contact us, our friendly customer service team will be happy to address your concerns and are sure to find a suitable solution.

The checklist before your purchase - buy your rug online without worries

  • Have I measured the most important areas of my rooms?
  • Have I chosen the right size?
  • Is the shape suitable for my interior?
  • Do the colours and design match my interior?
  • Have I chosen the right pile material?
  • Have I chosen the right payment method?
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