Contemporary Part Silk Transitional Indian Rugs
Suppose you're looking for a beautiful, unique rug that will add a touch of luxury and personality to your room. In that case, a contemporary Abstract Part Silk Transitional Indian Rug is a great choice. These rugs are praised for their minimalist designs and sophisticated colours. These rugs usually have two or three colours. The most popular colours are blue, red, and orange, and patterns are woven into the rug using different thread colours. These rugs are handmade with high-quality materials and craftsmanship, and their intricate designs are fascinating.
Contemporary Part Silk Transitional Afghan Rugs
A contemporary Part Silk Transitional Afghan Rug is a luxurious and charming historical piece that adds personality and style to any room. These rugs are handmade with outstanding craftsmanship and feature striking abstract designs that are popular in many contemporary homes.
Rug colours can vary greatly depending on the dyes used. The colours are often muted and natural, with beige, ivory, taupe, brown and grey tones used, but the rugs can also be very bright in colour.
Each of these beautiful rugs in our collection is handwoven by skilled artisans in Afghanistan, using traditional methods passed down through generations. The result is a work of art that is both unique and timeless.
Contemporary Afghan Berber Style Rugs
One of the most exciting things about contemporary Afghan Berber Style Rugs is how they combine traditional design elements with modern aesthetics. This results in stylish and unique carpets that can add a lot of personality to any room.
Contemporary Afghan Berber Style Rugs are handwoven using traditional methods and materials. The rugs are made of wool, cotton or a combination of fibres, making them highly durable and long-lasting. Contemporary Afghan Berber Style Rugs often feature bright, bold colours, which add to the overall visual impact of the rug. This is a departure from the more traditional neutral tones favoured by many other rug makers. The most popular colours are red, blue, and green.
The contemporary Afghan Berber Style Rug is a popular choice for many reasons. These rugs are often made with abstract designs that can be used to add a touch of modernity to any home interior. The colours and patterns are eye-catching and vibrant, making them a trendsetting staple in any home. But beyond their elegant looks, these rugs are also crafted from high-quality materials like wool and silk, which makes them durable.
Contemporary Afghan Kilim Rugs
Contemporary Afghan Kilim Rugs represent a lot of art and nature and are recognizable for their pattern, colour and shape. They are handmade with quality craftsmanship and are hand-knotted. Afghan Kilim is usually made from wool but can also be made from cotton or other materials.
Kilim Rugs often have intricate patterns and are used as either floor coverings or wall hangings. The weaver uses a variety of natural dyes to create the rug's colours. This allows for a more diverse range of colours than synthetic dyes.
Afghan Kilim Rugs are often dark, with rich, saturated shades. However, contemporary Abstract Afghan Kilim Rugs may feature a wide range of colours, from bright and cheerful to more subdued hues. Contemporary Afghan Kilim Rugs are often made in vibrant colours, including red, blue and yellow.
Contemporary Afghan Gabbeh Rugs
Contemporary Afghan Gabbeh Rugs are handmade fine-quality rugs that are popular for their intricate craftsmanship and beautiful colours.
Abstract Gabbeh rugs are typically colourful and intricately patterned, making them both beautiful and fascinating to look at. They are often made of handspun wool, silk, or a combination of the two, giving them their characteristic softness and lustre.
Gabbeh rugs can be found in a variety of shapes and sizes. The word "gabbeh" means "raw" or "uncut" in Persian, referring to the traditional method of making these rugs by hand-weaving them from unspun wool. Patterns on contemporary abstract Afghan Gabbeh Rugs are often inspired by the natural world, with motifs such as flowers, leaves and branches.
Each Gabbeh Rug is unique, the craftsmanship is incredible and the colours are beautiful; they often feature bold, bright colours and patterns that are eye-catching and recognizable. This makes them a popular choice for individuals who want to add a touch of beauty and intrigue to their homes.
Tibetan Himalaya Rugs
Abstract Tibetan Himalaya Rugs are extremely popular among art collectors and nature lovers for their recognizable quality and artistry. Tibetan Himalaya Rugs are often made with wool dyed using traditional methods and materials. This results in rugs that are not only aesthetically pleasing but also very durable.
The colours used in Abstract Tibetan Himalaya Rugs are usually very bright and vibrant, evoking the beauty of nature. Each colour has its own meaning and represents something different. The most common colours used in Tibetan Himalaya Rugs are red, blue and green. These colours represent the mountains, sky and forests of the region. They are also said to represent the three elements of fire, water and earth.
Abstract Tibetan Himalaya Rugs are some of the most interesting ones to work with in interior design. Their distinct colours, patterns and shapes are a stylish way to add flair to any room. These rugs often have intricate details and require a lot of work to create. You can see the craftsmanship in every detail making these rugs eye-catching and recognizable.
Contemporary Part Silk Afghan Ikat Rugs
Afghan Ikat rugs are characterized by their intricate craftsmanship and beautiful colours. These rugs are typically made of wool, silk, or a combination of both materials, and they can range in size from small to large.
Ikat is a weaving technique used to pattern textiles that employ a dyeing process on the warp or weft threads before they are woven.
The traditional way to make an Ikat Rug is to dye the yarns before they are woven into the rug. The weaver then follows a pattern to interlace the dyed yarns so that the design emerges as the rug is woven. This results in elaborate, detailed and often confusing patterns with a fascinating history and cultural significance.
The process of making these rugs is labour-intensive and can take up to a year to complete. Common colours include white, black and red. They are recognizable for their unique patterns and colours, which can be interpreted in many ways.
Silk Afghan Ikat Rugs are often used as wall hangings or artwork. Part Silk Abstract Afghan Ikat Rugs, such as those in the London House Rugs collection, are often used in high-end interior design projects because of their luxurious appearance and feel.
Contemporary Afghan Kilim Runners
There is a growing trend for contemporary Afghan Kilim Runners made with beautiful colours and craftsmanship.
Contemporary Afghan Kilim Runners are made of high-quality wool meticulously handcrafted to produce elaborate, intricate designs giving them a luxurious look and feel. The wide range of colours and patterns makes them well-suited for use in traditional and modern settings.
The traditional colours used in Afghan Kilim Rugs are red, blue and white. However, contemporary Afghan Kilim Runner rug colours often include a more comprehensive range of colours, such as green, yellow, purple and orange.
The most popular colours are red, blue and green. Contemporary designs may also feature shades of green, yellow, pink and purple.
Contemporary Afghan Kilim Runner rugs such as those in the London House Rugs collection, feature abstract designs, including geometric shapes and linear patterns. Interior designers often use them as they add a touch of elegance and sophistication to any space.