Kebabian’s Afghan Khotan brings vision of comfort and beauty “home” “You may concentrate on appearances all through the rest of the house but in the bedroom comfort should be supreme. I think that bedrooms should also be very intimate rooms- they should express your personal preferences in every way… Of all the rooms in the […]
Kebabian’s Rugs Creating Homes You Love to Live In! Stunning Serapi hand-knotted in northern Afghanistan using handspun wool and vegetal dyes fabulously grounds dining room with style creating a memorable space where you want to linger, think and do the “great stuff of life” this is NOT an antique! Kebabian’s is thrilled and […]
“With all things being equal, the simplest explanation tends to be the right one.” William of Ockham The Simplest Explanation, “Do It Right the First Time” (adjustments in the future will not be necessary) The impressive dining area flawlessly comes together, creating a welcoming space that breathes, encourages delightful dining, invites […]
Living in Color Whether cheering & chilling contemplating a good book engaged in thoughtful discussions the colorful Pak-Afghan Tabriz creates an ideal environment to help you Slow Down & Enjoy Life More! Backstory to Stylish Pak-Afghan Tabriz: The stylish finely woven Tabriz hanging in WINDOW RIGHT measuring 9 x 11.3 brings warmth and […]
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 […]
Inspiring Pathways Kebabian Rug “Do not go where the path may lead, Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
Welcome Home! Since first impressions are lasting, never underestimate the significance of your entryway.
∗Home Sweet Home, Inside & Out∗ ∗Afghan Bakshayesh Keeps the Garden Blooming All Year Round ∗ This charming piece was hand-knotted in the northern Afghanistan cottage industry by Hazara women using local,hand-spun, vegetally dyed wool.