Keep It Clean. Keep It Simple. Keep It Beautiful!

Posted on April 2nd, 2013 by Joshua Kebabian

Spring Has Arrived!  Time to release what weighs us down and hold on to those cherished possession that keep it home and beautiful!  As you see Kebabian’s Rugs Making Homes..Imagine how a Kebabian rug can allow you to create the home of your dreams. The Kebabian rugs shown include Tibetan, Persian and Afghan carpets that […]


Posted on March 14th, 2013 by Joshua Kebabian

John Kebabian sends out a warm thanks to all of our customers for allowing Kebabian’s Oriental Rugs to be part of their homes.  “Where we love is home, home that our feet may leave, but not ours hearts.” Oliver Wendell Holmes. The background music is entitled, “Begin the Beguine”, and is performed by New Haven’s […]

Traditional Meets Contemporary

Posted on January 15th, 2013 by Joshua Kebabian

  Sometimes it is hard to imagine how a traditional Oriental rug will work in a home.  The design might appear to be too ornate, or one might fear that the rug will appear “dated”.   At Kebabian’s, each piece is cherry-picked by John Kebabian so that the colors, weave and  design are working together […]

Engaging Entryways – Afghan Dragon Carpet

Posted on January 3rd, 2013 by Joshua Kebabian

  First impressions are lasting and this gorgeous gallery (kelleghi, kellei) size runner is a knockout in the center hall of a Connecticut shoreline home!  Recently purchased from us, it measures approximately 5′ x 12′ and was hand-knotted in northern Afghanistan by Hazara women.  It was made using handspun vegetally dyed, local wool from sheep inhabiting the mountainous region […]

“Let’s Give an Oriental a Try!”

Posted on September 13th, 2012 by Joshua Kebabian

  Part of our mission is to have our rugs transform our customer’s homes into their own unique vision.  We recently had a couple come through our doors for the first time.    They  had intended to purchase more broadloom, but  the industry was unable to accommodate their requirements.  They  had  heard of us through word […]