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Our Bamboo silk rugs add spirit to your home.
Hundreds of different design of silk rugs waiting to be discovered.

Our retail store is located in Old town (Sultanahmet ) by the Blue Mosque

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About Me

With 2 generations of Turkish rug experience in his family,  Engin Akdoğan founder of Rugsturkey company  After years of experience realize.

That people’s view of handmade carpets is now a little different than before, while the carpet was an investment tool and a work of art…

Custom Made Rugs

İt is now easier than before to make your custom sizes and dream carpet a reality, do not hesitate to contact us to offer you the dream carpets or the special carpets you need.

You can be sure that our carpet pattern experts and expert staff in production will help you with all their strength to reveal the colors and patterns you want on the carpet.

We are here to help you in very large size carpets or carpets that are difficult to shape, round or square or hexagonal or narrow long carpets or whatever shape you want, our carpet looms in machine carpet production offer us in 4 m width up to 10 m length, but in hand made carpet production, our carpet looms offer us wider possibilities in terms of size.

History

In the excavations carried out in Turkistan in Central Asia,
many spindle whorls of different sizes and weights made of clay, stone and bone were found in the Neolithic age levels. The first Turkish homeland, Central Asia (especially East and West Turkistan, where fertile fields are located), is one of the most important centers of world civilization history. Rugs found in ancient Turkish cities such as Turfan, Kara Hoça, Hotan and Turkistan and Horasan provide precise information about the style and technique used in Turkish carpet art.
When the Central Asian Turkish carpet technique is examined, we encounter two separate systems. One is very simple shape made with weft and the main technique is knotted weaving.

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Ever-changing preferences, colors, trends and fashion have pushed carpets out of common patterns. Less patterns, less color and the desire for a relaxing environment in people have created the environment for the birth of modern carpets.

Those who claim that the first carpet weaving was made by Turks, start from the fact that the oldest known carpet in the world (Pazirik Carpet) was woven with a Turkish double knot. They state that the homeland of carpet weaving is Turks, that the history of Turkish carpet weaving goes back 2500 years and that the Turks moved to carpet from Central Asia to Anatolia. Therefore, it is said that handicraft carpets are historically one of the Turkish handicrafts. The domestication of some animals towards the end of the Neolithic period led to the conclusion that woolen weaving was the beginning. It is estimated that the first spinning was made by grinding the fibers between two hands. Later, it is understood that this work was done by rubbing a semi-round stone on the knee. In the excavations carried out in Turkistan in Central Asia, many spindle whorls of different sizes and weights made of clay, stone and bone were found in the Neolithic age levels. The first Turkish homeland, Central Asia (especially East and West Turkistan, where fertile fields are located), is one of the most important centers of world civilization history. Rugs found in ancient Turkish cities such as Turfan, Kara Hoça, Hotan and Turkistan and Horasan provide precise information about the style and technique used in Turkish carpet art. When the Central Asian Turkish carpet technique is examined, we encounter two separate systems. One is very simple shape made with weft and the main technique is knotted weaving.

Turks, who used the oldest woven raw materials, wool, linen, silk and cotton in carpet weaving with great skill in their first homeland, raised this art, which was an ancestral profession, to the highest level with the Seljuks in Anatolia. In the Çatal Höyük excavations BC. With the discovery of colorful tapestries on the temple walls, which can be dated to 6000, it is seen to be the most typical example of Anatolia in the Neolithic period as it is now. And again, as can be seen from all these points, it is thought that dyeing was also known in that period. No matter where the Turks went to the world, they continued the carpet weaving technique, which is a cultural element, by transferring it from mother to daughter like a flowing river.

Turkish rugs of Central Asian origin take their essence from nature; patterns take their mobility and dynamism from nature. Dragon, theoti, cloud, lightning, struggling phoenixes, dragon and phoenix struggles are the combined forms of nature and imagination. The animals in question, stylized in old Turkish carpets, constitute the main motifs frequently used as the main and dominant one.

Within the framework of history, the carpet was a daily item on which the Turks sat on the floor to keep the inside of their tents warm, prayed on it or adorned the walls, but in time it became a true work of art as an expression of our culture.

Bamboo Carpet is also called bamboo silk carpet because of its softness and brightness. Bamboo carpets are woven from natural bamboo yarn. Bamboo is a plant that grows in tropical regions and grows in a very short time. When the plant reaches maturity, it is wetted and its body is made into a pulp. Bamboo yarn is obtained.
Bamboo yarn has a natural luster and creates a feeling of coolness. Due to its shine, additional processes such as mercerization and finishing are not required after touching. Therefore, bamboo carpets have a texture and appearance very similar to real silk carpets. Rugs produced from this yarn have natural anti-bacterial properties. Therefore, they can be easily preferred by those who are allergic to dust in baby rooms, children’s rooms. Since bamboo is a light yarn, woven carpets are medium thin and light. Bamboo carpet models, which are produced from bamboo fiber, which has a very good absorption property, look rich and saturated in color. When you step on it with bare feet, it creates a feeling of coolness and helps to remove negative electricity from your body. Because of this feature, bamboo mats can be used in bedrooms. It has high resistance to sunlight. Even if it is used for a long time in rooms with a lot of daylight, its color does not fade.

The first worn patchwork carpets were started to be made in order to re-evaluate Isparta hand-woven carpets. Isparta carpets collected from different regions of Anatolia are kept in dust cabinets and washed afterwards. Some carpets are repainted in popular colors. These carpets, which are cut later, are combined in different sequences by hand knitting. Thus, different patchwork carpet models are produced.

The patchwork hand-woven carpets, which became popular in a short time, exceed their limits and soon become fashionable all over the world.

Patchwork rugs that are not cut and combined are called Vintage rugs.

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