The Rug Retailer of Luxury Handmade Tibetan Rugs

San Francisco Luxury Handmade Rugs

It would be hard to find any rug that rivals the pure aesthetic attraction of genuine handmade Tibetan rugs. With such a large variety of patterns, over 1000 to choose from when you choose a rug from Vaheed Taheri the rug retailer San Francisco, there’s a unique pattern to complement any style of decor.

What Makes Vaheed Taheri Rugs Special?

Handmade Tibetan rugs take about 12 to 16 weeks from conception to completion. Anyone who has ever owned one knows that the wait is worthwhile. Authentic handmade Tibetan rug aficionados love the elements that make Vaheed Taheri rugs so special including:

Total Control Over Processes – Expert rug makers have total control over every aspect of the rug making process, ensuring that no two rugs are ever identical

Every Detail Considered – From color to pattern style, to weave and rug materials used, expert rug craftsmen make choices that appeal to the buyer. Whether the material chosen is Chinese silk, aloe, linen, jute, Tibetan or Himalayan wool, materials are expertly chosen for premiere quality

Everything Done in Studio – Every aspect of rug making from conception to dyeing and weaving is done in the San Francisco Vaheed Taheri studio.

Traditional Rugs San Francisco

No part of the handcrafted rug process is left to chance. Every aspect is planned, and every knot and loop is crafted with care, along with superb attention to detail. No matter what style of rug is chosen, from contemporary to traditional, vintage to modern, you’ll know that great care was taken to ensure absolute quality every step of the way. Visit our Studio in San Francisco.

A Luxury Sensibility in Every Handmade Rug

True luxury comes about when you appreciate all the nuances of expertly handcrafted items. Handmade Tibetan rugs fulfill that desire beautifully, adding a perfect accent to any home. Express your own sense of style and beauty with 100 percent Traditional Rugs San Francisco from your San Francisco retailer, Vaheed Taheri.