Wide plank wooden floor in light oak
Aria Wood Flooring

Although the area of the floor is relative small compared with the walls and the ceiling, it's a room's most important surface.

Washing a new rug
India, Nepal and the Future of Fine Hand-knotted Rugs For thousands of years the peoples India and surrounding countries have produced the world's great textiles. They continue to do so today.
Living room with a wood floor
Install a Rug in my Photo Pictures can really make things easier. For three decades we have shown rugs in homes for designers and their clients. Now to make the interior designer's job a little easier, we will install rugs in pictures of rooms.
Rug in sari silk
Sari Rugs For about a year I've been fascinated by the sari rug. These are made from silk recovered from old saris. As you know saris are the beautiful and stunningly colorful gown-wraps worn by women in India. Certainly their appearance almost everywhere you turn there is a major source of the color explosion that India is famous for.
Glass of red wind tipping over
Red Wine and Your Rug If you've not seen it happen, you've imagined it happening. You are sitting with good company enjoying a glass of delicious red wine. On the floor is a beautiful hand-dyed, hand-knotted wool rug. "I sure wouldn't want to spill wine on that rug," you say to yourself. Then it happens.
Still of folding a rug video
How to Fold a Rug Did you ever need to fold a rug for shipping? Here's Mike Bailey of our Tampa office to show you how.
Mahal rug in ivory and red
Mahals The Mahal style gets its name from a village in Western Iran. It's in the Arak district, famous for weaving rugs for centuries. Although Mahal designs come in many different configurations, the most characteristic Mahal is probably going to have an all-over pattern in the rug's field. Medallions are rare.
Lamp of great date relieving himself
Pets and Rugs Dogs and cats are beloved members of the household. But what about accidents on your beloved rug?
Mamluk rug in red and blue

Mamluk rugs are named for an elite military caste that started in the Middle East around the 9th Century.

Ikat rug in ivory and blue
Ikats Intricate and awe-inspiring weaving and dying technique produce a pattern that has attracted buyers for over 1,000 years. Interestingly, the ikat technique seems to have developed on its own in such far flung places as Malaysia and Central America.