Rug Cleaning Basildon
Oriental Rug Spa offer a specialist Persian, Oriental and Turkish rug cleaning for Basildon, Essex. We also offer a rug repair service. If you own a dirty or soiled rug that needs professional cleaning, then why not give us a call on 01276 423 150. We can arrange collection and delivery for you. The rug wash process required can differ from rug to rug, so we offer various methods of rug cleaning, from full immersion washing to dry cleaning. All rug fibres can be cared for – wool, cotton, silk, viscose, rayon. We can carry out a pet stain and odour treatment, moth treatment and apply a fibre protection to resist against soiling and staining. We have extensive experience with cleaning antique rugs and rugs with unstable dyes and offer a rug repair service, including fringes, sides and pile reweaving.
Tunisian rugs are woven textiles created by skilled artisans in Tunisia, a country located in North Africa. These rugs are well-known for their vibrant colours, intricate designs, and high-quality craftsmanship.
Tunisian rugs typically feature geometric patterns, floral motifs, or abstract designs. The patterns are inspired by the rich cultural heritage of Tunisia, which blends influences from Berber, Arab, Andalusian, and Ottoman traditions.
These rugs are handwoven using traditional techniques that have been passed down through generations. The artisans use a specialized loom called a “Metier Tunisien” to create these rugs. They carefully choose and combine different colours of wool or cotton fibres to achieve the desired patterns and colours.
Tunisian rugs are highly regarded for their durability and longevity. The artisans use a tight-knotting technique, which ensures that the rugs can withstand heavy foot traffic and regular use. They also tend to be thicker and heavier compared to rugs from other regions, making them well-suited for colder climates.
These kilims are versatile and can be used in various interior styles, from traditional to modern. They can be used as decorative rugs, wall hangings, or even as upholstery material for furniture.
Ushak Kilims have a long history and have been produced for centuries. They were highly valued during the Ottoman Empire and were even exported to Europe, where they gained popularity among collectors and connoisseurs.
Today, Ushak Kilims are still being produced in the Ushak region of Turkey, using traditional weaving techniques that have been passed down through generations. They continue to be appreciated for their beauty and craftsmanship, making them a timeless addition to any home or space.