The artisans of Master Oriental Rugs come from generations of Oriental rug specialists and they pride themselves on their delicate understanding and their dedication to preserving the world’s most beautiful rugs.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 10, 2016
While many people consider furniture as a means of accenting and decorating their homes, high quality rugs are an excellent way to transform and renovate entire rooms, as an article published April 10th on the Journal Sentinel explains. The article notes that, if rugs are properly maintained, they can last decades, and hand-knotted Persian or Oriental rugs are especially hardy, and can add a degree of splendor and beauty to any home.
According to the Los Angeles based rug cleaning and restoration service, Master Oriental Rugs, this is indeed true; in fact, many Persian rugs are exceptionally robust and are often passed on from one generation to the next. But when a families’ beloved rug become tattered, worn, or stained, the company explains, it can be difficult to find an expert who is well-versed in the traditional ways in which Persian rugs are stitched. The good news is that Master Oriental Rugs is a family-owned business that began in the city of Tabriz, the traditional center of Iran’s age-old rug trade, the firm explains. With masterful knowledge of all aspects of Persian rug weaving, cleaning, restoration, and repair, the service explains, they are available to help restore collectors’ and homeowners’ rugs to their former glory.
Of course, the old adage that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” rings true for the world of exquisite Oriental carpets, the company notes. While their clients often seek them out for repair and restoration, the company explains that it enjoys educating the local community on how to best protect their delicate, hand-made investments. Some of the most common concerns involve humidity and sunlight. The company recommends that collectors rotate their rugs every few months to prevent excessive fading and damage to the sensitive carpet fibers. If a carpet gets wet from water, the company recommends that carpet owners use a towel to blot out both the front and back sides of the rug to minimize moisture. An extra tip, they note, is to invest in rug pads, which are placed between the rug itself and the floor surface. These help minimize movement, folding, and wrinkling of the rug, which will eliminate excess pressure to the knots that keep the rug together.
The artisans of Master Oriental Rugs come from generations of Oriental rug specialists and they pride themselves on their delicate understanding and their dedication to preserving the world’s most beautiful rugs. Interested readers who wish to learn more about cleaning, repairing, or restoring their traditional Persian rugs can call the agency at 310-279-3994 to make an appointment. They can also visit them online at http://www.masterorientalrug.com/.