Oushak stands for the western Anatolian Turkish city, known for antique rugs made during the Ottoman Empire. Today we are recreating these historical carpets, in the centuries-old hand weaving techniques, the same fantastic designs in a variety of colors to fit today's decor and taste using natural dyes and hand spun wool.
Originally produced for the courts and palaces of the Ottoman Empire, hand knotted Oushak rugs have remained popular throughout history due to their distinctive elegance and usage of silky wool. Oushak designs have soft and subtle color combinations like their Persian counterpart Ziegler rugs with little contrast. As a result, an Oushak rug is a flexible design element for a wide range of interior settings.
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