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Add an Aesthetic Appeal to Your Space With Our Indian Rugs

To enhance the look of your living room, you can add an Indian rug that unites the space and adds to its aesthetic appeal. You have two options for choosing an Indian rug: you can select a rug the same width as your sofa, or you can choose an oversized rug that will go under the sofa. If you have a large room, using two rugs can also work.

We, at Bijan, offer various Indian rugs in various styles, including graphic abstracts, vintage designs, lush shags, and tribal patterns, all in classic colours. We have fine Indian designs.

No matter your home or occasion, we have a rug that’ll suit you. To make it easier to imagine how our rugs would look in your room, we’ve created some real inspirations for you to browse through.

What Makes Indian Rugs Special?

India is known for its vibrant colours and warm climate, which reflects in the cheerful nature of its people and the colourful objects they use daily. Indian oriental rugs are no different, as they are known for their bright colours, stunning patterns, and soft texture. These durable rugs are easy to maintain, making them popular among consumers.

Bijan offers a variety of Indian rugs in Australia, providing a convenient one-stop shop for carpet flooring options. We promise that our rug choices won’t be boring, no matter your home decor’s style or colour scheme. With our assistance, you can easily shop for artisanal rugs from Bijan online to enhance your home.

Our collection includes a range of Indian rugs in varying sizes, styles, colours, shapes – round and oval, and square rugs, that are both of excellent quality and reasonably priced. Look at our current deals and discounts on Bijan’s Indian rug collection.

History of Indian Rugs

During his reign from 1556 to 1605, the renowned sultan Akbar introduced the art of carpet-making to India by bringing in skilled weavers and pattern painters from Persia. The primary objective was to create carpets for his palace. Between the 16th and 18th centuries, many exceptional rugs with Persian patterns were crafted using premium silk and sheep wool.

From the 19th until the middle of the 20th century, the quality of Indian works, except for a few in cities like Srinagar, Amritsar, and Agra, had declined. After India gained independence in 1947, commercial manufacturing was re-established, and despite most weavers moving to Pakistan, they were able to revive their industry by focusing on educating the youth, men, and women.

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We have over 5,000 rugs in stock; the listings on this site represent a small selection of our extensive range. Please visit us in store to explore our collections.