If you would like to learn more about the different types of rugs available at H&S Rug Cleaning and Restoration, you have come to the right place. Here you will find an abundance of rug information, using the links on the left to navigate to your desired section. Each rug has its own rich history and distinctive style. The best way to decide which rug suits your home best is by learning all there is to know about each and every one. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us at (888) 719-3373
A ubiquitous floor covering, this rug type has been around for thousands of years. Wool rugs make for a smart investment, because they have a long shelf life and require little maintenance.
Chinese Art Deco Rugs
These types of rugs have a deep cultural backdrop and unique appearance, often made with bright colors and unusual illustrations.
Originating in Greece, these rugs are now popular all the way over in New York City. Made with wool, these rugs are not only intricately made but stain resistant as well. Great for homes with pets and children.
Typically made from Tibetan sheep’s’ wool, also known as changpel, these rugs are not only used for floor covering, but also as saddles and tapestry too.
Turkish Kilim Rugs
These rugs have an artistic appearance and are often used for decoration. Hand-made with natural materials, Turkish Kilim Rugs are made with bright, vibrant colors and large designs that will really stand out.
Like their Persian counterparts, Moroccan Rugs have a longstanding history, dating back several centuries. These rugs are known for their abstract designs and interesting patterns. Often made with geometric shapes, floral patterns and diamonds, each image is meant to represent the tribe that created that particular rug.
Needlepoint & Aubusson Rugs
Dating back to the 16th and 17th century in Europe, Aubusson rugs have been around for quite some time. Both rugs stand the test of time, and are made with precision and great care.
Karastan Rugs floor coverings first came on the scene in the 1920s and have been made the same way for years. Woven upon looms with worsted wool, they are durable and strong, while luxurious at the same time.