It's the 21st-century, and modern rugs are as popular as ever. The contemporary styles are typically uncluttered and straightforward, with clean, smooth lines and artistic flair. Modern rugs from Lawrence of La Brea in Los Angeles, owned by David Nourafshan, who has 25 plus years of experience in the field, are high-quality, luxury rugs that embrace solid geometric patterns, light-colored hues, and vibrant bursts of color. You can consider these rugs modern works of art due to their eye-popping visual impact.
Hand loomed area rugs are made on a loom with anywhere from one or more people depending on the size of the rug. As opposed to a hand knotted rug with could take anywhere from six to twelve months to finish, a hand loomed rug will only take one to three days to finish, making them a great option at a more attractive price point.
There are several ways to spot the differences between a hand loomed area rug versus the other types of rugs they try to emulate. With today’s new manufacturing techniques, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to discern the differences between the method the area rug was made. Our staff here at Lawrence of La Brea would be more than happy to assist you with any questions you may have and how to become an expert at spotting the differences!
Man’s ability to create fine materials is proven well by viscose rugs. Viscose is the term that specifically refers to the solution of wood pulp that is turned into the fabric. Viscose rugs mimic the smoothness and softness of silk rugs at a much more affordable price point.
What makes a viscose rug a fine rug is its ability to add a sleek touch to any room without having to spend a substantial amount of money. With careful cleaning, your viscose rug will be an investment you’ll have for years on end.