Collection: Handmade Persian Rugs

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  • Persian Second Life
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    Persian Mood - From Mashad Iran | Lashar Rugs
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Persian Rugs Toronto

Widely recognized for their distinguished beauty and impeccable quality, our hand-woven Persian Rugs Collection is truly special. Made from the finest quality wool with deeply saturated jewel tones and characteristic motifs, our stunning Persian Rugs are made with the utmost detail stemming from diverse villages across Iran. 

At Lashar Rugs, each and every Persian rug was specially curated to breathe new life into its destined space. Each authentic Persian rug is unique and lovingly handmade with all-natural wools, silk and vegetable dyes, carrying with it the rich history of expert carpet-making craftsmanship. Whether you’re looking to elevate your home with these luxurious works of art or adding an invaluable asset to spark joy, our highly durable Persian Rugs are revered investment pieces that will be enjoyed for generations to come.

Authentic Persian Rugs Sourced from Iran

The art of Persian rug-making is a tapestry of history, tradition, and passion, interwoven with distinct stories and craftsmanship from various regions of Iran. 

At Lashar Rugs, we are honoured to present a collection that represents the rich diversity of Persian rug artistry. Each rug, crafted meticulously by skilled hands, is not just a piece of decor but a testament to centuries of evolving artistry and culture. 

To help you understand and appreciate the uniqueness of our offerings, we've highlighted the characteristics of some of the most esteemed Persian rug types:

  • Ardabil: Originating from the city of Ardabil in Iran, these rugs are known for their exceptional craftsmanship and are often adorned with medallion and floral designs.
  • Arak: From the city of Arak in Iran, these rugs often feature geometric, floral, and curvilinear designs, making them versatile.
  • Ersari: A type of Turkmen rug, Ersari rugs are known for their deep red hues and geometric patterns.
  • Bakhtari: Created by the Bakhtiari tribe in Iran, these rugs often boast garden compartments or medallion designs.
  • Balooch: Made by the Baluch nomads in Iran, these rugs tend to have darker palettes and tribal designs.
  • Bidjar: Known for their exceptional durability, Bidjar rugs are dense, heavy and are characterized by their intricate designs.
  • Saroogh: Often referred to as Sarouk rugs, they're renowned for their plush feel and intricate designs in rich colors.
  • Gharajeh: Also known as Karaja rugs, these are known for their simple geometric patterns and bright, cheerful colors.
  • Ghasghghai: Made by the Qashqai nomads in southwestern Iran, these rugs often feature bold geometric patterns.
  • Hamadam: Sourced from the city of Hamadan in Iran, they're one of the most varied types of Persian rugs with diverse designs.
  • Heriz: From the Heriz region in northwest Iran, these rugs are sought after for their geometric patterns and durable craftsmanship.
  • Kashan: Known for their intricate patterns, Kashan rugs often have a medallion design with a floral background.
  • Kurdish: Made by Kurdish tribes, these rugs are known for their unique geometric designs and vibrant colors.
  • Lori: Produced by the Luri tribes in southwestern Iran, they often feature bright colors and tribal patterns.
  • Malayer: Originating from the city of Malayer in Iran, these rugs have a diverse range of designs but are often recognizable for their repeating patterns.
  • Mashhad: From the holy city of Mashhad in Iran, these rugs are known for their intricate floral patterns and high-quality craftsmanship.
  • Nahavand: Coming from Nahavand in central Iran, these rugs often have geometric patterns with a central medallion.
  • Saveh: Originating from the city of Saveh, these rugs often exhibit geometric motifs with a lively use of color.
  • Shiraz: Produced in the Shiraz region, they are recognized for their tribal patterns and are often made by Qashqai artisans.
  • Shahsavan: Made by the Shahsavan nomadic tribe, these rugs are celebrated for their geometric patterns and vibrant colors.
  • Tabriz: One of the most famous rug-producing cities, Tabriz rugs are recognized for their intricate designs and high-quality materials.

Frequently Asked Questions 

What makes a Persian rug so unique?

Persian rugs are adored for their intricate designs, unparalleled craftsmanship, and rich history. Each rug represents a specific region's tradition, making them unique pieces of art. 

At Lashar Rugs, we source only the most authentic Persian rugs, including those hard-to-find gems.

Which Persian rug should I buy?

Choosing a Persian rug is a personal journey, reflecting both your aesthetic preferences and functional needs. Consider the room's size, your existing decor, and desired rug patterns.

If you’re unsure where to start, a classic design like Tabriz or Kashan is an excellent first choice. For bolder statements, feel free to experiment with vibrant patterns from regions like Shiraz or Bakhtari. 

At Lashar Rugs, our experts can guide you through our curated collection to find a piece that resonates with you. If you’re based in Toronto, you are welcome to visit our Danforth showroom and we will happily guide you through our range of Persian rugs.

How do I identify a genuine Persian rug? 

When purchasing an authentic Persian rug, it’s important to make sure it’s genuine. 

Typically, a genuine Persian rug is hand-knotted and made from natural fibers like wool or silk. It features distinct traditional Persian patterns and motifs, often based on the rug's origin and craftsmanship details.

How do I care for my Persian rug?

Regularly vacuum your rug without the beater bar and keep it away from direct sunlight. For spills, blot immediately without rubbing. We recommend cleaning every 2-3 years. 

If you’re looking for a professional Persian rug cleaning service in Toronto, feel free to get in touch with us.

Can I place a Persian rug in high-traffic areas?

Yes, Persian rugs are durable and can withstand high traffic, but rotating them annually helps avoid uneven wear. Using a rug pad can also prolong its life.

Do Persian rugs appreciate in value?

Yes, particularly those of high quality or rarity. Persian rugs are often seen as investment pieces, with many appreciating in value over time, especially when well-maintained.

Where in my home should I place my Persian rug?

Persian rugs are versatile and can complement living rooms, dining areas, bedrooms, or hallways. Their rich designs can become a centrepiece or accentuate existing decor.

If you’re in Toronto and looking for a personalized Persian rug recommendation, you’re welcome to visit our Danforth showroom where we will gladly assist you.