Rug Cleaning Henley On Thames
Oriental Rug Spa offer a specialist Persian, Oriental and Turkish rug cleaning for Henley On Thames, Oxfordshire. 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.
Turkish Milas Rug
Turkish Milas Rugs, also known as Milas Kilims, are a type of hand-woven rug originating from the Milas region in southwestern Turkey. Milas is a town located in Muğla Province, known for its rich history in rug weaving.
These rugs are characterized by their traditional designs and vibrant colors. They are typically made of wool, which is locally sourced from the surrounding region. The wool is hand-spun and dyed using natural dyes, resulting in a soft and durable rug.
The designs of Milas rugs often feature geometric patterns, floral motifs, and a variety of symbols that hold cultural and historical significance. These patterns are meticulously woven into the rug using a flatweave technique, resulting in a reversible rug that can be used on both sides.
Milas rugs are highly sought after for their craftsmanship and unique design elements. They are often used as decorative pieces or as functional rugs in homes, adding a touch of traditional Turkish culture to any space. Additionally, their durability and quality make them suitable for heavy foot traffic areas.
In recent years, Milas rugs have gained popularity worldwide, attracting attention from collectors, interior designers, and rug enthusiasts. They are often considered a valuable investment due to their cultural significance and the skilled craftsmanship of the weavers.