Qum Gonbad - 6'6" x 9'10" (200cm x 300cm)
This is a Qum rug, also known as a Qom or Ghom rug. Qom weavers produce some of the most beautiful rugs in the world and they trend to have a very high knot count. The materials used are the highest quality whether they are made from luscious silk or soft wool. A wide range of colours are often used and the designs tend to be vivid and bright. Many are often used as beautiful wall hangings.
This is a Gonbad rug. In Farsi, the language of Iran, "Gonbad" translates to "dome". The history of designing Gonbads dates back to pre-Islamic Persia. The architecture of the Gonbad in Iran is extremely complex, therefore when these designs are woven into rugs, only expert and experienced master weavers can get the job done.
This traditional-style rug brings elegance and class to your room. The rich pattern and design gives the rug a beautiful classic look. Most traditional rugs carry colours and motifs that are related to the region it was made.
This rug is made in Iran. Within the group of Oriental rugs, the Persian rug stands out by the variety and elaborateness of its manifold designs. Persian rugs are an essential part of Persian art and culture. Traditionally, from the yarn fiber to the colors, every part of the Persian carpet is handmade from natural ingredients over the course of many months. The "traditional skills of carpet weaving" in Iran were insribed to the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists.
This is a multi-coloured rug that hosts an array of colours which can pop in any room. This multi-coloured rug is a great choice for bringing life onto your floor with several emotion-invoking colours. Please note due to screen resolution and colour of pixels, the image may look slightly different than the actual rug.
This large rug is perfect for a comfortably sized living room, dining room, recreational room, basement, bedroom, and more. Don't feel like your area is limited by the restraints of a sofa, chair, table, or bed. Many interior decorators love placing a large rug like this underneath these furniture, creating a more comfortable room that actually looks even bigger than before.