Shaggy carpet from Carpet Vista



It’s a known fact that in summer the weather is hot and in winter it’s a lot colder. We have known that for a long time, ever since people have appeared on the face of the Earth and we had to do something about it to protect ourselves. So the first people hunted animals and used their skins as rugs for keeping their feet warm in winter and covering the floor of their homes. Now we have carpets for this. There is such a great variety of carpets nowadays that you do not know what to buy and which one to choose. I have discovered the carpets and rugs from Carpet Vista and I admit they are amazing. Like this Shaggy carpet from Carpet Vista that looks and feels so nice.

First of all I like this carpet because it is of very good quality. Everything is carefully designed and planned and after that manufactured in order to obtain the best result. Then it is hand made and I respect that a lot because it’s a person the one who made your carpet and put passion and labour and respect in it. The carpet is thick and totally comfortable, knotted by hand with about 20 000 – 50 000 knots per m². It is made in India on a cotton warp and is perfect in size for any room – 300×200 cm. You can order it now for a special Christmas price of $244.


Published by in Rugs & Carpets, on December 14th, 2011

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