We take pride in our hand crafted products
Tiger Rug takes great pride in creating hand-knotted carpets that we consider today's masterpieces and tomorrow's heirlooms. The reason - our wool. The pure wool used in our hand-knotted Tibetan oriental rugs comes from sheep that graze the Himalayan mountain range at elevations that touch the sky. The extreme climate in this region at these altitudes results in a wool rich in lanolin, which in our opinion, produces the finest wool for the weaving of carpets. Our master weavers then put to use their artistic talents to create some of the most truly unique and beautifully-crafted carpet designs available today.
Although we specialize in craftsman carpet designs reminiscent of the Arts & Crafts Movement, we offer a wide range of traditional, transitional and contemporary designs. Any one of our designs can be customized in any color, size or shape desired. Please take a few moments to view our many Collections, learn why the hand-knotted weaving process is and has been so important to global sustainability, watch our production video to view just who and what is involved in the making of a hand-crafted carpet, and, please, don't hesitate to contact us. With the benefit of nearly two decades of producing and importing hand-knotted and hand-woven carpets, and only carpets, we welcome the opportunity to share with you this expertise so your visit with us will be a rewarding and enjoyable experience!
Working with designer Libby Langdon
Tiger Rug is proud to be working with designer, Libby Langdon. Libby joined forces with Tiger Rug in the autumn of 2011 with the goal of creating a line of affordable, high quality hand-knotted and hand-woven carpets designed to complement her complete line of home decor. Her talent and energy knows no bounds.
Working with stained-glass artisan Theodore Ellison
Tiger Rug is also proud to be working with world-renowned stained-glass artisan, Theodore Ellison. Recently, Ted lent his stunning stained-glass interpretations to a line of high-quality wool and silk designs. The designs have been formally introduced in a national publication and will be shown at the Arts & Crafts Conference at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville, North Carolina in late February, 2015.