Kelims & Dhurries – Classic & New Area Rugs

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Forget plush pile carpets.  Thin is in.  Today’s most popular area rugs are graphic flatweaves (see slideshow). Kilims and dhuirres in bold, geometric and stripe patterns are turning up in stylish rooms fron Newport Beach, California to Newport, Rhode Island.  Flat-weave area rugs are versatile enough to be used to cover walls, chair seats, tables and floors.

One thing to note is the quality.  Hemphill’s Rugs & Carpets is offering their collection of flat-weave dhurrie & kelim rugs made with New Zealand wool.  It makes a huge difference in both durability and feel.  In addition, instead of serging the ends of our dhurries, it is folded and sewn.  No curled corners and tripping hazards.  Want to flip it over in a few years?  Just undo the hem and sew on the opposite side.

Hemphill’s Rugs & Carpets offers a little twist not offered by others: Custom sizes; Custom Colors.  Our showroom can offer a custom rug made to your specifications in just 90 days!  Like the wide blue and white stripe dhurrie but want to add a thin stripe of red?  No problem.  AND custom doesn’t have to be expensive.  Come see for yourself.  See why our clients travel by car from Santa Barbara to San Diego to purchase from us.

HEMPHILL’S RUGS & CARPETS   230 EAST 17TH STREET COSTA MESA, CA 92627   949-722-7224  www.RugsAndCarpets.com

Offering over 70 name brands of sisal, seagrass, jute, abaca, wool, wood, premium vinyl, outdoor rugs, carpet, oriental rugs, contemporary area rugs, shags and more.

PROTECT YOUR FLOOR COVERING INVESTMENT WITH A MIELE VACUUM – Hemphill’s Rugs & Carpets is an Authorized Miele Dealer

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