Exotic Decor with Oriental Area Rugs
A rug is a carpet made of a hairy material and decorated suitably, it helps to improve the appearance of the room or for home decor. The design and
the color combination make the rug more artistic. It is still a secret when the first oriental rugs had woven. In 1949, in southern Siberia a royal burial
was found that contained incredible sealed carpets known as Pazyryk carpet, Oriental rugs are divided into particular groups based on the countries
where they were produced. like groups are Persian rugs, Chinese rugs etc. The skill of weaving carpet survived in Iran in olden times. The proof on the
existence of the Persian rugs came for china. This rug has considered as the oldest rug in the world. It central field was deep red color and had two
wide borders one portrayed in deer and the other Persian horseman.
By 60's Persian rugs of wool or silk were well-known throughout the Middle East. Carpet-weaving areas can be separated into floral designs and
geometric shapes and patterns. Floral patterns lead in Persia and India. The nomadic peoples use to shear the animals at the end of spring. The
process is as follow, first the animals are washed, then the wool is being shear from the animals and sent for the second wash, then it is compressed
underfoot and dried in open air. Ones it is dried the weaver holds the wool under arm, the spinners twist the threads and drape around the rod. When
less floral pattern is used to design rugs, it is more likely to be stylish. Manufacture (traditional): The silky and flexible wool of sheep is mostly used to
make oriental rugs. Wool was supplied by the number of flocks, mostly tended by roving shepherds.
Weaving and knotting: The basic looms have been used to produce oriental rugs. These looms can be horizontal or vertical. Vertical loom is divided in
to village looms tabriz loom and the loom with roller. So, the warp threads can be inverted after each shoot of the weft. Flat weave: The base of the rug
is of two sets of threads, fixed warp thread