Handmade Chobi Persian-style carpets are made in Afghanistan, on the outskirts of Pakistan. These traditional rugs are known for their excellent quality. The use of weaving machines in making Chobi rugs gives them a delicate, symmetrical look.
What Do Chobi Rugs Mean?
Chobi means "wood," and rugs represent "carpet." Most of this wood is timber. Affordable Chobi rugs are a line design containing botanical themes, a focal field, and a more significant floral design.
How are Chobi rugs made?
Chobi, in general, has a vast geometrical floral pattern. They are hand-knotted and hand-hitched with handspun wool. Nutshells, fruit skins, dried flowers, vegetable skins, and hand-gathered roots make the natural vegetable dye. These Persian carpets come in various color schemes, including soft, subdued tans, wood browns, rich maroons, and earthy greens. This natural drying method helps to make it fade-proof and long-lasting. There are usually three to five different colors used on the rug.
Buy Chobi rugs in Pakistan
Our hand-knotted Chobi rugs are famous in Pakistan because of their vegetable-dyed subtle color palette, natural colors, and wool content. They were used instead of synthetic ones, giving them unique designs.
These carpets are hand-knotted with hundreds of knots per square inch, all of which are made of 100% wool.
Suppose you're thinking of buying a hand-knotted rug in Pakistan online with unique patterns and colors. In that case, our Hand Knotted Chobi will make an excellent addition to your home. It is made possible by using natural vegetable dyes.
Chobi Rug online - Arian Rugs
From our perspective, Chobi rugs on sale is a rug family that can be used in various areas throughout the home. You can place them in bedrooms, lounges, lobbies, drawing rooms, and dining rooms because of their natural, understated color palette. All types of hand-knotted Persian rugs in Toronto can be found at Arian Rugs.