Fair Trade Rugs traveling across
the US and Canada to a town near you.


Initiation into the World of Bunyaad Rugs

Watch this short, comprehensive documentary packed with real footage of our rug artisans at work

Explore Rug Production

How many steps does it take to make a hand-knotted Oriental Rug? Come along on the journey of rug production to explore how the artisans expertly use wool, graphs, dyes and more to create stunning Bunyaad rugs.

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Tour Rugs In Homes

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Welcome to a special tour of Bunyaad Rugs in their new homes. View for yourself how a fairly traded rug will reflect the identity and taste of your home. From powder room to living room a Bunyaad Rug will fit right in.

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Four Rug Room Locations

The Main Bunyaad Rug Room is located in Ephrata, PA. Anchor Rug Rooms are at Ten Thousand Villages stores in Souderton, PA (USA), Oakville, ON and Winnipeg, MB (both Canada). Come visit one of four year-round stores for your fair trade rug selection!

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Fair Trade Rug Events

Bunyaad rugs travel to more than 30 multi-day events each year. Check out the events calendar to see when a fair trade rug event will be in your area.

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Fair Trade Connections, Inspiration and Soapy Fun at Annual FTF Conference

FTF-Annual-Conference-bronnerstourBunyaad staff Jenni, Yousaf and Doug with four-year-old sidekick Nouraiz joined 250 other fair traders for the annual Fair Trade Federation Conference (FTF) in Del Mar, California from March 24-26. Since Bunyaad just joined the FTF a few weeks ago, this was our first FTF conference. Del Mar is just a short drive north of San Diego so we enjoyed the bonus of warm, sunny weather in addition to meeting many new fair trade friends.

FTF-Annual-Conference-bronnersBefore the conference meetings started, we were treated to a very informative and entertaining tour of the Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap factory. Dr. Bronner’s has committed to sourcing fair trade and organic ingredients for all of its products and has an exemplary record of commitment to fair labor practices and protection of the environment. All of the employees we met spoke glowingly about the company. It was obvious that they enjoy working at Dr. Bronner’s. Before we left, a number of tour members got to hose down one of the Dr. Bronner’s employees with Magic Soap suds – one of the fun extra-circular activities used by Dr. Bronner’s to generate publicity. Dr. Bronner’s is a member of the FTF and the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO), and, since their annual sales are approaching $100 million, they are one of the largest members.

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