By integrating wool, the rug's durability is not only fortified but also endowed with the ability to resist dirt and provide efficient thermal insulation. Displaying a modern Checkerboard design, the rug exudes a contemporary and designer appeal that introduces a dash of visual grandeur and sophistication to any setting. Its plush texture and timeless pattern position it as a versatile choice for elevating the atmosphere of any space it graces.
Tale of Artistry: Hand-knotted rugs occupy a significant niche within Pakistan's cottage industry, ranking as the second-largest segment. This tradition traces its origins back to the 11th century during the reign of the Mughal empire. Accomplished artisans exhibit their skill by crafting diverse rug styles that incorporate popular motifs such as guls, medallions, paisleys (botehs), traceries, and geometric compositions in innovative arrangements. The application of "stone washes" imparts faded and softened colors, while the Peshawarr style distinguishes itself with its finely sheared pile, prominently large designs, and the signature antique ivory hues and occasional golden tones that define its unique character.