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Persian Area Rugs - Tabriz Rugs are a Fine Choice to Enhance Your Room's Décor


Tabriz rugs are made in the north western part of Iran. The quality in a Tabriz rug is exceptional. The look that a Tabriz rug adds to a room is one of fine quality and although Tabriz rugs can be pricey, they are definitely worth the expense, because of the fine touch their look can add to your room. Also, the quality can last for years and years to come. The rug can also retain its value.

The city of Tabriz, located in Iran, is one of the oldest carpet and rug producing cities in the world. The designs of Tabriz rugs are mostly floral, with some geometric designs. There are a few online area rugs stores who sell Tabriz Persian Rugs. Tabriz Rugs range in price, varying from about $250 - thousands of dollars, depending on the size and type.

When trying to decide which rug to buy, analyze the colors and patterns in the room you want to put the rug in. Tabriz rugs typically have small floral designs, which are easy to use in a room decorated with a vintage, traditional or contemporary style room. Make sure you measure the room well and get the rug at least the size you need. Remember that it is better to have the rug be a little larger than you need, than to be too small.

When looking to buy a Persian Tabriz Rug online, check for a wide selection, to make sure you can get the exact colors and style that you need. Also, some online rug stores offer extras like free shipping and discounted prices. You should check these rug stores first for what you are looking for. To see our list recommended online rug stores that offer discounts and free shipping, visit this page: Recommended Discount Rug Stores Online.

Carrie Reeder is the owner of ezerk, an informational website with articles and the latest news about various topics.


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