Turkish carpets, also referred to as Anatolian carpets, were produced by many ethnic and tribal groups in Turkey and Central Asia. Deriving originally from a utilitarian need to insulate homes against harsh winter cold, these rugs covered doors, walls, and floors, often in layers, for city or nomadic tent-dwellers alike. The carpets -- whether hand-knotted or flat weave -- were always hand-made (by women and girls) out of wool, cotton, and sometimes silk. The earliest flat weave rug is known to have existed in 7,000 BC, while knotted rugs are known to have existed in Asia Minor in the 8th and 9th century. During the Renaissance, these rugs appeared in European paintings to symbolize status and prestige.
We are always happy to collaborate with you on a custom carpet that meets all your specifications...and your wildest dreams! Of course, it will be woven on our very own looms with the best materials under the supervision of our experts.
Design: Anatolian Oushak Design Wool Carpet
Style: Modern Anatolian Oushak Wool Custom Carpet Collection
Material: 100% Wool
Colors: Gray, Blue, Pink, Peach, Red, Gold, Green, Ivory
Size: 10' X 14'
Rug Number: 70003287
Modern/Vintage Turkish carpets are among the most sought after of all the Oriental rugs on the market, today. A major component of the carpet weaving traditions in the Middle East, master weavers of Turkish rugs introduced the knotted pile carpet to the world. The largest and oldest collections of early Oriental rugs originate from Turkey.
Visually appealing, artistic, and complex, Turkish carpets can be found in many different styles and sizes. From the Bergama rugs, with their tribal-influenced designs, to the Hereke rugs, which feature an elegant curve-linear pattern, and the Turkish Kilm rugs, which are flat-woven decorative textiles featuring geometric, rich and contrasting color palettes, you are sure to find the style that will fight right in with your designs and taste. From the dining room to the living room, these beautiful, handwoven decorative rugs set the tone of your living space.These Vintage and Modern Turkish carpets also find huge popularity among Interior Decorators, since these rugs boast large scale design patterns that are set against softer colors, blending seamlessly with your decor, and helping you achieve a balanced design within your interior space.