Caravan Rug Introduces Its Monarch Traditional Rugs Collection

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The Beverly Hills based rug specialists have released the fourth and final collection of their latest series of traditional rugs.

6 of Caravan's Monarch Design Rugs

6 of Caravan's Monarch Design Rugs

The Monarch Collection showcases the pinnacle of quality rug making and is the standout highlight of Caravan’s traditional rug series.

Caravan Rug Corp., the world famous designer and producer of quality handmade rugs, has introduced its Monarch Traditional Rugs Collection to rave reviews. The Monarch Collection showcases the pinnacle of quality rug making and is the standout highlight of Caravan’s traditional rug series.

These gorgeous rugs have been hand knotted in Pakistan by master weavers, with each rug containing a staggering amount of detail and the highest level of craftsmanship. Like all of Caravan’s traditional rugs, they are made from the finest hand spun wool and dyed with the richest all natural vegetable dyes.

The Monarch Collection designs embrace a variety of cultures and traditions, making use of Persian, Mamluk and European motifs. Each rug is also available in a variety of finishes to suit your interior design needs, including Original, Soft and Medium tones.

To see this breathtaking collection make an appointment to visit Caravan’s recently remodeled showroom, located at 8725 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills. You can also find the entire collection online at Caravan’s user friendly website.

Caravan Rug Corp has been producing high quality rugs for more than 3 decades and many rug experts believe that the Monarch Collection is among their best ever. Apart from their amazing traditional rugs, Caravan also specializes in transitional and modern designer handmade rugs.

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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