If your home needs something that will make the decor stand out, then purchasing a Turkish rug is the way to go. What's more, if you're looking to tone down an area in your home, buying a black vintage rug will do just that. Black may seem as if it's not a versatile color, but that's far from true. A simple black rug can restore balance to your room, but a vintage Turkish rug will do wonders to create a chic, sophisticated look. 


More About Black Vintage Rugs

Black rugs are quite fashionable and elegant. What's more, if your home is already full of vibrant colors, it may be a good idea to add a bit of black to tone things down a bit. 

Which Black Vintage Rug Should I Purchase?

We're aware that shopping for a black rug can be pretty daunting. Ultimately, there are so many things you need to take into account before choosing one. For example, you need to be careful when choosing a pattern and design, or else you could end up purchasing a rug that will make your room appear smaller and darker than it already is. 

Will the Color of my Black Vintage Rug Fade?

Another thing most people tend to worry about is that their black rug will fade over time. Yes, machine-made rugs tend to fade within the first year of purchase, but luckily that's not the case with vintage Turkish rugs. 

Our handmade area rugs are made with high-quality wool instead of synthetic materials such as nylon. 

Overall, if your primary concern when shopping for a rug is lifespan and durability, then there's no question about it ㅡ you need a black Turkish carpet.

How Durable is a Black Vintage Rug?

It's a well-known fact that a wool rug can last a lifetime. The durability is thanks to a three-dimensional spiraling crimp in wool fibers, which gives the carpet its natural elasticity. What that means is that wool fibers can stretch up to 30% more than their original length. But more importantly, they can also quickly bounce back to their original length.

The same thing applies when it comes to compression. You will place some furniture on top of your vintage rug. This will, of course, cause the wool to become compressed. But once you remove the furniture, wool will spring back into place thanks to its elasticity. You can't say the same when it comes to synthetic rugs. 

When you purchase a nylon rug, something as simple as walking on it will eventually wear it down. That's why machine-made rugs tend to last for up to 5 years.

Is Buying a Black Vintage Rug Worth it?

Turkish rugs are built to last. And if you take into account how long it takes to make a single hand-knotted rug, it's easy to see that they are well worth the money. Every fiber needs to be carefully inserted into the rug's cotton foundation and tied by hand. Rug weaving is a tedious process that's quite time-consuming. 

But, since every rug is handmade, that also means that each design is one-of-a-kind. 

What Makes Black Vintage Rugs so Unique?

When you buy a black overdyed vintage rug, you'll have something that's 100% unique in your home. We could even go as far as to say that it will be as if you had purchased an original painting by a well-known artist. 

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