Oushak rug in blue and brown
Why Oushaks? Traditionally weavers in Turkey used left over wool to spin a thick, tough yarn. They used it to weave rugs called Oushaks which they marketed to anyone who could afford them.
Rodin's "The Thinker"
10 Tips to Spur Creativity In the New York Times, Jonah Leher posted an article as a preview of his upcoming book exploring the the mysteries of creativity. He lists the below 10 suggestions to get the muse back on your side.
Rug in gold and pink
Common Sense Rug Care According to Mike Bailey at Addison Dicus, you have three chores to assure that you rug becomes an heirloom. 1. Vacuum sensibly. 2. Deal with stains immediately. 3. Have your rug professionally cleaned when you visually determine it needs it.