The 12 Days of Christmas (Oriental Rugs Edition)
The 12 Days of Christmas, Oriental Rugs Edition is all about introducing you to authentic Oriental rugs, and where they come from. We’re touring our favorite places in the world, and we’ll visit a new city each day. By the end of the 12 Days of Christmas, you’ll be the smartest cookie at the holiday party, talkin’ all about fine vintage rugs. Let’s go!
Hamadan rugs are produced in and around Hamadan, Iran. Sarouk designs are the most popular designs classified within the Hamadan rug weaving tradition. If you’re looking for the very best quality Hamadan rug, you’ll want to ask for one from Kasvin village, as these are considered superior to all other Hamadans.
Hamadan rugs are often showcased with rustic or farmhouse interior design. Their style holds a primitive charm, set on deep reds and dark blues. Often accent colors will be white, gold, green or yellow. The most popular pattern is tribal geometric, but rugs from Kasvin will feature gorgeous flower medallions on a rusty background.
So next time, you’re talkin’ rustic interior design schemes
Look for something from the magnificent Hamadan culture, a style rich in history and overflowing with tradition.