Two kids, two dogs, two styles of rugs

A Chobi welcomes you to the home of Liz and Scott.

Two friendly bulldogs were my welcoming committee and my first indicator that all of the Bunyaad rugs in the home of Liz and Scott were not just on display but on the floor to be used. That, I have to say, is the best recommendation we can ever receive. Liz mentioned several times during my visit that they kept coming back for more Bunyaad rugs because they knew that the rugs could easily handle their active family life.

Design elements that bring the world together

Take a close look at the design elements in the rug, pillows and masks. Liz and Scott have a wonderful eye for design elements that go so well together and were able to combine beautiful art pieces from around the world.
Take a close look at the design and colors in the rug, pillows and masks.

Liz and Scott have a wonderful eye for design elements and color combinations. This cozy sitting area just off the entrance combines beautiful art pieces from around the world. The bold geometric design of the Khan Mamdi in rust and cream tones finds itself again in the masks on the wall. A contemporary black shelf holds elephants and a variety of other small sculptures showing that the traditional designs found in the rug and masks are complemented by modern, clean lines.

Two bulldogs are part of the family.
Two bulldogs are part of the family. The Chobi was an excellent choice for the living room since an easy care rug is a must.

Take a look at the red Khan Mamdi behind the sofa. Don’t those colors look amazing against the leather? Do you have to have matching rugs in close proximity? As you can see here you certainly don’t. The Chobi and Khan Mamdi work so well together and with their surrounding furniture. It’s a place I would have liked to just sit and relax.

Why not? Choose a light colored rug for the dining room

light colored Chobi for the dining room.
Active children, two dogs and yet the family chose a light colored Chobi for the dining room. Why not? Food spills stay on top of the rug fibers and easily wash out.

The red flowers in the Chobi are almost in reverse in the seat cushions of the dining room chairs. You can tell that each rug was carefully chosen for their specific design and colors. Liz and Scott have chosen Bunyaad rugs for their home not just because of the beauty and easy care but also knowing that each person involved in making their rugs was fairly paid.

As you often hear us say, “It’s a win-win situation for all. Quality You Desire, Fairness Artisans Deserve.”

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