The Only Way to Go with a Rug

Until I discovered the wonders of custom designer rugs, I bought all my rugs at the local department store just like everyone else. I figured what is the big deal? They’re rugs. No one notices what type of rugs you’ve got inside the door or in the bathroom. They are all the same. How wrong I was. What if I was to tell you the difference between a custom rug and a mass produced rug was like the difference between night and day? It really is. You haven’t owned a decent rug until you’ve gone custom. They’re that superior.

Of course, buying anything that is custom tends to get a little pricey. I think everyone knows that. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get a quality product without spending a bundle of money. Will you pay more? Of course, but you will also end up with a rug that lasts for decades. I am not kidding when I say that. The rug I bought will likely, if taken care of properly and occasionally repaired correctly, last longer than I am alive. There’s a reason you can go to a museum and see a tapestry that is still around hundreds of years later.

All of that aside, I just love the rug I purchased. It feels so much better, the texture is so much softer and more durable, that I can’t ever see going back to a mass produced rug again. On top of that, I can’t even count the number of compliments I’ve received from family and friends when they see my new rugs. They just can’t get over how beautiful it is and the talk inevitable turns to how they can get their own custom rugs for their own homes. I always direct them to the site where I got mine.


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