What is the Difference Between a Handwoven and Machine-woven Rug?
- Even, consistent patterns featured on both the front and back of a rug; machine-made rugs often feature a pattern-break, while handwoven rugs are delicately woven. When determining if a rug is handwoven, generally, authentic handmade rugs feature deeper levels of dye and even more distinct patterns on the underside
- Dense, yet durable fringe knots of varying sizes. Machine-woven fringe is typically done in separate knots, but authentic Oriental rugs feature durable and consistent weaving throughout
- Genuine handmade rugs are woven from soft, yet strong materials such as organic cotton and silk, while machine-made rugs are generally woven from polyester and other affordable, yet less-durable materials that over time, don't hold up as well as natural materials
Below are some examples of our handwoven rugs in Sunset Hills:
There are several types of authentic, handwoven rugs featured in the Rugs By Saga luxury rug showroom in Sunset Hills, MO, including Indian rugs and Afghani rugs. Below are some examples of luxury handwoven rugs on display in our rug store in Sunset Hills:
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Oriental rugs can alter a space's environment and add a sense of timelessness and luxury. If you are searcing for a handwoven rug, Rugs By Saga is the leading handwoven rug store in Sunset Hills,MO. Our 100% authentic handwoven rugs can last for years with proper care and are sure to brighten up your home, office, or whatever space they are placed in.
Having a difficult time choosing a rug style for your space? Our rug specialists are committed to finding the best handwoven rugs for each clients' space and will do anything it takes to find the best-suited handwoven rug in Sunset Hills for your entryway, bedroom, or office. If you are ready to learn more about our handwoven rug store in Sunset Hills, or want to schedule an in-person consultation with our in-house rug specialists, call (636) 227-8555 or contact Rugs By Saga today.