Indian Rug Cleaning
Cleaning Your Indian Rug in & around London
The art of carpet weaving was introduced in India by Akbar, a Mogul emperor, in the early 16th century and further developed by the Mughal emperors to furnish their palaces. The rugs were first manufactured following the Persian classic style but gradually included more Indian art. Indian rugs soon became extremely famous worldwide during the Mughal period. They were, and still are, prized for the quality and finesse of the work.
Types of Indian Rugs
Indian rugs usually have a high density of knots. Their design shows a great attention to detail usually representing realistic attributes. The industry has been flourishing across India and has successfully set up social business models to help the underprivileged. There are many types of Indian rugs from various regions.
Handmade Kashmir rugs are very high quality, usually made of pure wool or pure silk. They use bright colours and display oriental and floral designs.
Amritsar rugs are very distinctive from other Indian rugs because they only started manufacturing in the 19th century and were mainly influenced by the West compared to their neighbours who followed the Persian tradition. They are mostly made of high quality wool with a cotton foundation and double weft using pale, earthy colours and botanical patterns. This gives them a luxurious and elegant feel, highly desired by western taste.
Harp Cleaners’ Rug Expertise
At Harp Cleaners, we’ve been cleaning high-quality rug for over 45 years. We’ve seen all types of stains and we particularly love taking care of your high-end oriental rugs. To give the best care, we pick up your rug at home and clean it in our facilities where we have everything we need. We then bring it back home fresh and clean for you to fully enjoy its beauty again.
We are used to working with high-end, rare rugs, so to guarantee your peace of mind, our work is fully insured and we provide a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee. If you’d like more information about our cleaning process or to get a quote, call us today on 0208 7700313, 07973 168287 or email us at email@example.com.