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-tufted rugs are crafted using a tufting tool, or tufting gun, to punch the yarn into a fabric backing to hide the glue that is holding the rug together. A stencil canvas is stretched behind so the design can be traced/punched into the rug.
A hand-tufted rug is made partially by hand and a machine and varies greatly from a hand-knotted rug. Hand-tufted rugs have a flat, cut pile surface with a backing added to hold the tufts in place. While hand-tufted rugs are not as durable as those that are hand knotted, they can still last for over 20 years with the proper care.
All of our hand-tufted rugs at Lawrence of La Brea can add character to create the perfect vibe you are looking for!
The mention of wool may no longer surprise you as this material is vastly known for its durability and quality. It has long been the norm that materials sourced from Mother Nature are inevitably some of the finest ones in the world.
Rugs made of wool come at a hefty price only because they last the longest, despite being a soft haven even when barefoot. Even more so if the wool is sourced from highlands where a sheep’s wool is thicker and would be more resistant to dirt, dust, and water.
Natural materials are always the superior quality in comparison to synthetic ones. The material of the base should be wool, silk, or cotton for better quality. Wool rugs should be completely matte in comparison to a shiny silk rug. Natural materials also have an effect of the air quality of the air in the room that it is placed in.