Initially she thought a 9x12 rug would be best for the room, but pictures shared with us suggested that a 10x14 deserved consideration too: an idea to which she was open provided it did not explode her budget. The following "before" and "after" pictures demonstrate what the patience and resolve she brought to her rug search enabled her to accomplish.
|BEFORE: our customer's family room prior to installation of her rug. The stone |
of the fireplace and the leather were the color cues we were asked to honor.
|An image of the rug which was selected from among eight others after |
two presentations in our customer's home: a 10x14 hand-knotted
Persian Tabriz design rug made in India.
|AFTER: Our customer's room beautifully finished with the rug |
she chose from among all others.
|Another picture of the completed room showing how the rug unites the elements |
of the seating group; and makes the family room much more inviting to the family.
(After more than twenty-five years involved in rugs and interior design, we've learned not to doubt the adage believed by many of the venerable older Persian rug importers that "every handmade rug finds its rightful home at last." We congratulate our customer for her selection, and for recognizing the moment when one rug from among all those available to her turned out to have arrived at its true home.)