Rug History and Traditions

Spruce Up For Spring

San Diego’s wet winter has welcomed in one of the most beautiful springs we’ve had in quite some time. The highways are lined with bright orange poppies, purple lavender, and yellow wildflowers. Homeowners have planted pink peonies and bluebells in their front yards to welcome in the spring. Sprucing up your home for spring shouldn’t… Continue reading Spruce Up For Spring

Rug History and Traditions

5 Ways to Ruin Your Persian Rug

You’ve sought out the perfect Persian rug for your home. You spent hours picking the best color for your palette. You visited multiple showrooms and looked at countless rugs. Don’t let your investment go to waste. We’ve created a list of the five ways you could ruin your beautiful new rug. Take our advice and… Continue reading 5 Ways to Ruin Your Persian Rug

Rug History and Traditions

Q&A with Amir Ghods: Owner of Home Decor Fine Rugs

Q: What is something not commonly known about Home Decor Fine Rugs? A: We are able to make custom rugs in hundreds of different colors and designs. Also we use traditional methods to dye our handmade rugs – green colors coming from walnut skin or red from pomegranate skin. We use handspun wool and custom… Continue reading Q&A with Amir Ghods: Owner of Home Decor Fine Rugs