Window Watch – Unaffected Gabbeh & Handsome Heriz

Posted on March 22nd, 2016 by Joshua Kebabian

 WINDOW LEFT        The  UNAFFECTED Fine Persian Gabbeh hanging in WINDOW LEFT measures 8.4 x 11.7.  It was hand-knotted in southwest Iran by Kashkuli women, using handspun vegetally dyed wool from their own sheep.  The word “Gabbeh” comes from the Persian language meaning raw, natural and uncut.  Gabbehs are noted for their simplicity, a […]

Welcome Home!

Posted on August 17th, 2015 by Joshua Kebabian

Welcome Home!  Since first impressions are lasting, never underestimate the significance of your entryway.    

Just in from Afghanistan!

Posted on June 27th, 2015 by Joshua Kebabian

Kebabian’s has just received beautiful new rugs and carpets from Afghanistan. There’s fluff on the floor, and then there’s a Kebabian rug.       

“That’s Living”

Posted on June 9th, 2015 by Joshua Kebabian

“That’s Living” “We’re really into comfort. Not some abstract idea of what a comfortable room should be, but real comfort the kind where you can happily drift off for an hour or two with your dog at your feet.” Decorator Jeffrey Alan Marks, June 10  

Melding the Traditional with the Contemporary

Posted on February 25th, 2015 by Joshua Kebabian

“Melding the Traditional with the Contemporary”  Edgar Allen Poe, “The soul of the apartment is the carpet.”     Calming, Engaging and Beautiful Afghan Heriz      The graceful Afghan Heriz beautifully grounds the room.  The effect is very appealing and encourages all who enter to rest and engage.       Interior designer, Edward […]

Magical Afghan Kuba & Inviting Heriz

Posted on January 15th, 2015 by Joshua Kebabian

WINDOW LEFT The magical Afghan Kuba hanging in WINDOW LEFT measures 8.9 x 12.3. This enchanting piece was hand-knotted in northern Afghanistan over a period of 7-8 months by Hazara women using handspun Ghazni wool with natural dyes. This carpet was inspired by an antique Kuba design from the Caucasus. Kuba is a small town […]