Creating Homes You Love to Live In Ü

Posted on January 19th, 2016 by Joshua Kebabian

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 […]

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.       

“Evolved” Serapi & “Terrace Tibetan

Posted on April 30th, 2015 by Joshua Kebabian

WINDOW LEFT  The “EVOLVED” Afghan Serapi design carpet measures 9 x 11.2.  This Serapi was hand-knotted in northern Afghanistan by Turkmen women using vegetally dyed, Ghazni wool over a period of 5-6 months. “EVOLUTION” OF RUGS “Rugs impart richness and represent refinement.  Since the days when ancient people first lay down to sleep wrapped in […]

Window Watch 9-4-2014 Sagacious Serapi & Tibetan with “Skyscraper” Apeal

Posted on September 5th, 2014 by Joshua Kebabian

WINDOW LEFT               Sagacious Serapi The handsome Serapi hanging in WINDOW LEFT measures 8.10 x 12.3. This piece was hand-knotted in northern Afghanistan by four Turkmen women within 6 months using handspun vegetally dyed Ghazni wool. In an excellent carpet every color is a “player” bringing up the surrounding […]

Enjoying Life Where You Live

Posted on January 28th, 2014 by Joshua Kebabian

Enjoying Life Where You Live!   Kebabian’s customers love enjoying life where they live!  The Kebabian rug in this incredible home is a 19.4 x 14.3 Serapi. Our carpets are always pieces of art which make a statement by producing their own individual “vibe”. This stunning Serapi was hand-knotted in northern Afghanistan by Hazara women using […]

Window Watch 9/17 “Simplicity is the ultimate in sophistication.”

Posted on September 19th, 2013 by Joshua Kebabian

WINDOW LEFT   The definitive antique Serapi circa 1880 displayed in WINDOW LEFT measures 10 x 11.8.  This Persian piece was hand-knotted in Northwest Persia using handspun vegetally dyed local mountain wool.  The vegetally dyed wool over time developed into an intense abrash creating a rugged beauty reminiscent of a mountain that has been carved […]