Woven in the northwest of Iran near the Turkish border, this type of rugs is known for beautiful and diverse designs Tabriz carpets can be quite difficult to work with, especially for inexperienced or amateur decorators. There is not a single solution that will suit all kinds of Tabrizes, but here are some tips that might help you get started.
First of all, you should start by deciding if the carpet of your choice will suit your furniture. Although some people tend to pair antique or traditional pieces with Persian carpets, there is nothing wrong with juxtaposing more modern furnishings. No matter which style you prefer, if your Tabriz is very decorative you might want to look for furniture that is in solid colors instead of patterns. While it is possible to successfully put together different patterns, they need to have at least a similar palette so their differences won’t be too jarring. The color of the walls in your interior is just as important! A carpet that is chosen without any consideration can make the whole room look overwhelming and overdecorated.
The diversity of Tabriz rugs can be their biggest advantage. Many artisans use weaving to create beautiful pictures that could appear on canvas of famous painters. With that knowledge, nothing is stopping you from changing your carpet into a stylish tapestry. Not only it is a great decoration, but it will also warm your room up- literally! Nowadays tapestries are all the rage among interior designers and bloggers – especially those interested in bohemian style. For some this is a way of avoiding any pile damage that would happen if a carpet was left on the floor.