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Wool Rugs

When purchasing a rug you can choose from two materials either manmade fibres such as polypropylene or natural wool.  Wool has been used in the making of rugs long before manmade fibres became available.  Wool rugs are still one of the best selling rugs on the market.  Wool rugs look equally as good in contemporary designs as they do in traditional designs.

As wool is a natural fibre it is very much sought after and is easily available in a wide choice of colours patterns and styles.  Wool rugs wear well and should last a life time, however you should vacuum your wool rug regularly to keep it in good condition. 

 Wool rugs are also very easy to clean and are resistant to dirt and dust.  Wool rugs are easily cleaned; they are durable and water resistant which allows spills to be easily wiped away.  Wool rugs are a good choice for children’s rooms or areas in the house where there is a lot of traffic because they are so durable and easily cleaned.  

Wool rugs have also become available in a much wider range and at a gradual reduction in price during the past ten years due to the increase in online shopping.

Like fashion styles change, so to do rug styles, and today people are seeking to buy quality rugs at reasonable prices.  The Royal Keshan Wool range of rugs offer fantastic quality at very reasonable prices and will last a lifetime as well as protecting your floors and adding quality to your home. They are made using quality craftsmanship and could be a real talking point in any room. They are available in colours to match all interior decors.  Due to their subtle tones they will not need to be changed even if you decide to redecorate any room, they are in face an heirloom which can be handed down to your children.

Take a moment to check out our rugs for sale and filter through our range to find your perfect rug. We have a collection of sizes, styles and colours for you to choose from ranging from coloured large rugs to small runner rugs.
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