Throughout ancient history, some of the world's finest Persian rugs were created to celebrate the lifes of their influential owners.
Woven into the very fabric of these rugs were beautiful pictures, illustrations and intricate patterns that depicted the narratives that made these people so interesting.
Capturing special moments in history, the stories of these rugs have been retold countless times as each piece was passed down through generations of new owners, allowing them to step into the past as they stepped onto their rug.
We invite you to do the same and roll out your own unique piece of history that weaves the special moments and passions of your life as an exclusive Persian rug to be celebrated by generations to come.
Antique Pictorial Persian Rugs
Our love of Persian rugs and brutalist architecture was brought together with such skill by Studio Knot, mimicking the Persian style with the starkness of the buildings - to create a truly stunning piece, uniquely crafted for us
Gemma & Ben Bell - Private clients
Born from the heart, designed and crafted by hand
Not only is it the story of the rug’s content that is celebrated, but the story of how they are made. Two tales in one design.
The human qualities of your passion, desire and stories are reflected in the human craft of hand-made rug weaving, enriching each piece with a tangible texture and soul.
Your Persian rug will be brought to life by our artisan weavers based in one of the world's most famous mills in Iran, growing bit by bit, day by day, just as life does, allowing its story to unfold thread after intimate thread.
Whether you want a traditional rug designed, from a Tabriz to a Heriz or a modern reimagining of the Persian carpet, to create your very own unique and modern style, your rug will tell your story in a way that fits in perfectly with your space, adding a special touch of the extraordinary to the everyday.
These one-of-a-kind rugs prompt people to look twice, giving a feeling of there being more to discover than first assumed. What at first glance appears to be a simple Persian rug, is so much more...