Indian rugs overview
- Indian rugs - traditional unique pieces in modern colors and patterns
- Special features of Indian rugs
- Rugs from India - traditional unique specimens in Persian colors and patterns
- High quality Indian rugs - robust and durable
- Modern Indian rugs - exotic and creative designer rugs
- Buy an Indian rug at Rugway
Indian rugs - classic patterns meet exotic new creations
Rugs from India regularly win awards for their great designs, as they shine with the most exotic and creative new creations. In addition, a large number of rugs are knotted in India today, as they are in the best ratio in terms of quality and price range. That is why rugs from India are highly appreciated by our customers.
Special features of Indian rugs
Rugs from India are more specific to the Western taste. They are a subtle and affable answer to their distinctive originals. Their pile tends to be slightly higher and softer. The colors are chosen to be harmonious and cohesive. Their price-performance ratio also makes them very interesting. They are slightly less expensive than their Persian counterparts, yet they stand up to everyday wear for at least as long. A lifetime of several decades is not uncommon, because their wool and warp are excellently processed. Hardly any rug can match the ratio of price, beauty and durability.
Rugs from India - traditional unique pieces in Persian colors and patterns
In India, the production of oriental rugs has a long history. At the time of the Indian Mogul Empire in the 16th century, art and culture were strongly promoted - above all the knotting of genuine rugs according to the Persian model. Many master weavers were recruited from Persia to make the finest and best rugs in the imperial factories. Even today, the influence of their origin can be found in Indian rugs. Many Indian rugs are named after their provenances from Iran. Well-known examples are the Indian Bidjar rug, the Indian Gabbeh rug and the Indian Herati, often named with the addition Indo Gabbeh or Indo Bidjar. The most famous Persian rugs that are also knotted in India are:
Indo Bidjar rug / Indo Herati.
The Indo Bidjar rug is the most durable and robust Indian rug. The pile of the Indo Bidjar rug is about 15mm high and the pile is velvety soft. There are different qualities, but we offer only the finest Indian Bidjar rugs.
Indian Gabbeh Rug
Gabbeh rugs from India are high quality and popular. They are usually a little flatter in the pile than the Persian ones. Gabbeh rugs from India are knotted in many different qualities, but we only offer the fine to very fine knotted varieties. Therefore, you can be sure that our Indian Gabbeh rug will keep its beauty for a long time.
High quality Indian rugs - robust and durable
Indian rugs have been known for their quality and beauty for many decades. Especially families appreciate this rug, as it combines coziness, durability and robustness. The Indian rug is well suited for living rooms with a lot of foot traffic in addition they easily withstand daily load.
Modern Indian rugs - exotic and creative designer rugs
Designer car pets from India already inspire with innovative patterns and fresh color combinations. Indian designer rugs are known all over the world for their revolutionary and futuristic look. These hand-knotted modern rugs are also exceptionally well made in terms of quality. A high quality blend of silk and virgin wool is often incorporated in the pile of the rug. The demand for these rugs has grown so much in recent years that the production of these modern rugs can hardly keep up. Each of these hand knotted Indian rugs is individually designed in color and pattern and therefore gets its unique look and character. We design our Indian rugs ourselves and have them knotted by our long-term partners.
Buy an Indian rug at Rugway
At Rugway you will find a wide selection of Indian rugs. In our exclusive assortment we offer you the best prices and excellent customer service. Among other things, you can benefit from our free shipping and returns when you buy an Indian rug at Rugway. In addition, you have a 30-day return policy on your order. We are also always available to answer any questions you may have about our Indian rugs. Contact us by mail or directly by phone.