Nasiri Flat Weave Collections

Lemon Lime Mazandaran

Nasiri, known in the carpet industry for 20 years for producing fine handmade carpets, is proud to introduce the Flat Weave Collections. These unique flat weave carpets are crafted from hand-carded wool and dyes. All colors and sizes are fully customizable. The Flat Weave Collections include the Mazandaran, Herringbone, and Mid-Century Modern collections.


Mazandaran
Mazandaran
The Mazandaran Collection features expressive designs and colors evoking modernist painting, architecture, and music through an ancient technique. Each carpet has its own unique character. These carpets not only act as floor coverings, they are considered collectable art.


HerringboneHerringbone
Featured in Dering Hall as “January’s most popular rugs and textiles,” the Herringbone Collection blends the ancient herringbone pattern with the bright colors of today. Representing strength and direction, the herringbone pattern was first seen in the ancient Roman Empire over 2,000 years ago. Nasiri always looks to the past while innovating for the future.


Mid-Century ModernMid-Century Modern
Nasiri’s latest flat weave collection is procured from the mid-century modern era. The Mid-Century Modern Collection blends cutting-edge design with the revered tradition of great craftsmanship. Fine art and quality craftsmanship are the two main components Nasiri considers while sourcing the collection of mid-century modern carpets. Nasiri has spent countless hours sorting through hundreds of rugs to bring back a select few that possess the quality and versatility that you can’t find in other rugs.


Visit the Nasiri blog to learn more about the Mazandaran and Mid-Century Modern collections. And be sure to check out the Flat Weaves Collections and others on the Nasiri site, or by stopping by booth 500 at the Architectural Digest Show March 19-22 in New York City.

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