From artwork to tableware, we wouldn’t want our home to look anything like our neighbour’s. Avoiding mass production, Jaipur Rugs brings hand-woven designs to the fore; straight from the homes of village artisans. Each rug is an outcome of a series of meticulous processes, where it goes through 186 hands before it’s transformed into a work of art.
After procuring wool from suppliers all over the world, the brand washes and dyes the fabric before it can be used. A team of designers along with village artisans collaborate to design the rug, which artisans create, knot by knot. After a series of inspections and detailed finishing sessions, the carpets are categorized into various collections – from Artisan Originals to a Designer range.
Rethinking craftsmanship, the brand brings back the dying art of hand-knotted rugs in a unique way.
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