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How did carpets develop?

Even back in the days of the Nomads rugs were an important topic, since the Nomads had to protect themselves against the cold winter days. Let us be real who wants to walk on a cold and uncomfortable bare ground?

But what makes carpets so special? It is not only about their design or the marvelous glory of an investment or the combination of interior design and the matching carpet but mainly about the extraordinary feel-good factor. A Carpet makes you feel comfortable and provides warmth, neatness and quietness.

Which Carpets can you find here?

Whether round, rectangular, quadratic, small, large, flat or high! We offer carpets in all shapes, colors and materials one desires. Carpets are a must-have for every room! The wide range of carpets and the experience we gained here at Carpetfine from being in this industry for over two generations will help you decorate any Room and turn it into your own unique comfort zone. Give your living space that certain something to make it complete and harmonious and design your ground according to your wishes. To make it easier for you to discover the perfect Carpet you can access various filter functions here at our Online shop, thus you can easily find your desired rug. In addition you are welcome to seek the support of our Carpet-Experts to solve any remaining questions left.

If you are wondering what the differences between the Carpets are and the differences in quality and price range we are here to assist you. We at Carpetfine do not want to leave any question unanswered!

The most significant difference between machine-made carpets, oriental rugs and classic rugs is their tying method. Oriental rugs and classic rugs are knotted by hand and have a very complicated and time-consuming processing behind them. A hand-knotted carpet alone takes several years of work to complete the knotting process. Oriental rugs are declared true pieces of work, because the knotting might be sometimes hundreds to thousands of years old. The most famous knotting types come from the former Persian Empire (today's Iran) and Turkey. The two most well-known and special knotting techniques are Ghördes knots (Turkish) and Senneh knots (Persian). It is said that up to 10 knotters worked on a carpet. The Hand-knotted Carpet gets its name from the country or city in which it was made. If a Persian rug is named Isfahan, then it was knotted in the Iranian city of Isfahan. The hand-knotted oriental rugs have the highest quality that a rug can currently achieve. For this they differ in addition to the knotting also in color and pattern.

Machine-made carpets are, as the name already tells us, produced by a machine. One can creat a variety of patterns and these will be shot by pressing a button from the machine. No knotters are needed for this.

Creative minds try their hand at colors, shapes and designs to bring you the widest variety of rugs possible. Thanks to the machines, the carpets (whether modern, classic or plain) can be produced much faster and cheaper. Machine made carpets are very precise in processing. They are always exact in the various sizes - unlike hand-knotted carpets, which are often asymmetric.

That's why hand-knotted carpets are always referred to as unique items that are not available twice. Hardly any human being manages to work as precisely as a machine - this is the reason why hand-knotted carpets mostly have an asymmetrical overall shape.

The most common materials for machine-made carpets are synthetic fibers such as polyacrylic, polyester and acrylic. Sheep's wool, silk or other natural products are among the most popular materials in hand-knotted rugs.

The making of machine carpets takes less time then that of a hand-knotted carpet. They can also be produced in the same design as an Oriental or a classic rug. The different designs are guaranteed to meet every taste.


A Carpet is a magical thing that fits in almost everywhere and gives any room the perfect finish.