Caravan Rug Introduces Its Kilim Rugs Collection

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The Beverly Hills based rug specialists have unveiled the fourth collection in their series of modern designer rugs.

Caravan's "Stripe" from the Kilim Rugs Collection

Caravan's "Stripe" from the Kilim Rugs Collection

This impressive collection of contemporary flat woven kilim rugs was handmade by master weavers and is turning heads in the world of interior design.

Caravan Rug Corp, a global designer and producer of quality handmade rugs, has come out with the fourth and final collection in their modern designer rug series. This impressive collection of contemporary flat woven kilim rugs was handmade by master weavers and is turning heads in the world of interior design.

Made in India from the finest natural materials, including sari art silk, the kilim collection has been unveiled as The Serene Original line, consisting of 3 beautiful styles designed to set the tone in any modern interior.

Everyone from budget conscious designers to first home owners will be thrilled at the affordability of this great collection and the wide range of designs and colors will suit any taste and style.

Among the many highlights of the kilim collection are the stunning geometric designs of the Allure style, the simple and striking Stripe designs as well as the beautiful textured colors of Solid Das rugs.

The color palette used in this collection is a highlight in itself, with chenille, blue gray, charcoal and beige combined to magnificent effect.

To see the kilim collection in its entirety, visit Caravan’s website or book an appointment to drop by their showroom located at 8725 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, C.A.

In addition to having the largest retail rug showroom in the Los Angeles area, Caravan is also a manufacturer and distributor of fine handmade area rugs. They supply their branded creations to a large network of dealers all over the country. Caravan owns several manufacturing centers in Afghanistan, Pakistan, India and Nepal, where these rugs are hand woven in the centuries-old method.

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