The quality of the carpet was excellent, and sales service/responsiveness was also good. Very happy.
Perfect delivery right on schedule !👍 High quality carpet 😊😊
We ordered two beautiful rugs which arrived in only four days - we're delighted: brilliant service and excellent website. Many thanks!
Very great quality and service. What you see on the Internet site is what you get.
Excellent variety of carpets and super customer service.
Victoria Curling Eriksson
Best service ever
Recommend the company totally. The carpet is exactly as advertised, excellent quality delivered so quickly and on time. Minimum packaging and also Care and Fair. More than happy.
Deryn T. C.
Bestiller et tæppe torsdag. Modtager det fredag. FLOT
Brilliant, cheap & fast very impressive
Clear website, competitive prices, quick shipping, great product!
The colors in the carpet will be perceived differently depending on the angle you view it from.
Quito - Turquoise carpet from India.
Silk sari carpets are an innovative and eco-friendly way of creating new carpets.
Each carpet is a unique work of art that can either be used as a decorative wall accessory or admired as a fashionable floor covering.
The carpets are made from recycled silk saris in a process that can take well over half a year to complete. The silk sari strands are completely unraveled before being re-spun and hand-knotted into a carpet. The result is a vibrant mix of warm colours combined to form bold, new intricate patterns. The perfect way of spicing up any room or setting in which they are placed.
Silk is one of the strongest natural fibers available. Silk can be used to accentuate details in woolen rugs and in more exclusive rugs, silk can make up the entire pile and sometimes even the warp. Refined rugs with rich details can only be made using silk as other fibers are too thick for the purpose. Silk has a smooth, soft and lustrous texture with a natural beauty and sheen.
Care & Fair
We are proud to be part of the organization CARE & FAIR. Their mission is to improve the living conditions of carpet weavers in India and their families through education and health