WINDOW LEFT The STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL Tibetan hanging in WINDOW LEFT fabulously grounds a room with sophistication and style. This carpet was hand-knotted in Kathmandu, Nepal by 3-4 Nepalese weavers using handspun Himalayan wool over a period of 4-5 months. The evolving field of various shades of gray and brown is sprinkled with metallic tones of […]
Afghan Fine Bijar Gathering Place for Collecting Your Thoughts What better place to gather your thoughts, than resting in a lovely room grounded by a work of art. “We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures that […]
Is There Really the RIGHT “RUG” for me? Some people think so 🙂 Trust Yourself…Relax….Enjoy!!! Fear Not the Carpet! Kebabian’s “Home of the Most Beautiful Rugs” Come in and enjoy finding “YOUR” rug!
WINDOW WATCH provides details of the latest gorgeous carpets gracing Kebabian’s windows in downtown New Haven. WINDOW LEFT The powerful Heriz hanging in WINDOW LEFT measures 9.7 x 12.2. This impressive piece was hand-knotted in northwest Persia by Azeri women using vegetal dyed, handspun, local mountain sheep wool. This formidable carpet bursts with a cornucopia of […]
Producing a masterpiece requires time, skill, attention to detail and an understanding of beauty. These one-of-a-kind stunning Kebabian carpets are not merely a functional floor covering. They bring the artist’s energy to a room. The vibe created may be quiet or intense. Come to Kebabian’s to establish the vibe you desire for your own space […]
Kebabian’s Oriental Rugs was honored to be a part of Her Haven’s latest project for the Recovery Network, which provides residential services for women living with co-occuring disorders and histories of trauma. We applaud Carey Dougherty and Her Haven’s mission, which is to “help women by doing what we love: designing spaces that bring peace, […]
WINDOW LEFT Edgar Allen Poe once stated, “The soul of the apartment is the carpet.” The stunning tribal Afghan Serapi displayed in WINDOW LEFT measures 9 x 11.6. This Serapi was hand-knotted in northern Afghanistan by Hazara women. The Serapi was hand-knotted using vegetally dyed, Ghazni wool. A Kebabian carpet is always a piece of […]
WINDOW LEFT The fine Tibetan “Arabesque” displayed in WINDOW LEFT measures 9 x 12. It grounds a room with strength and beauty. The carpet was hand-knotted in Kathmandu, Nepal using handspun, Himalayan wool. This “Arabasque” of varied shades of grey, charcoal and black with metallic tones of gold, copper and bronze exudes richness and […]