Oriental rugs can be purchased from dealers or auction. The quality and price of an oriental rug is determined by factors such as the fibers used, the dye used, the design, the number of knots per square inch, and the country of origin and age of the carpet.
Choose colors and designs that blend with existing decor of your room, before going to the dealer. Take a photo of the room may be quite useful. Many Internet sites provide free buyer's guide, which contains information about the quality of the carpet, style, color, design and choosing tips.
There are many sites online that offer Oriental rugs with low prices and discounts. Many companies offer free shipping, and almost all have a money-back guarantee. When buying online go though the rules and regulations carefully. Avoid companies that have a restocking fee or other unusual charges.
Before you buy, learn more about the style and quality available in the market. Look for shops specializing in oriental rugs and a variety of sizes and designs. Choose a company that relies on repeat business for their success. Also inquire about the after-sales services such as cleaning and restoration services.
Before you buy a carpet at a carpet auction check the condition? S, then placing a bid. It is good to avoid the buy-now approach. Do not give much consideration to ads that include words such as liquidation, renovations, and will go out of business, shut down forever, lost leases, bankruptcy and move sales. Never buy a carpet that has moth damage, holes, rips, freckles, blemishes and end up lost and edges.