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  • Antique Kurdish Rug ca 1880. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Kurdish Rug ca 1880

    Kurdish rugs are as diverse as the ethnic weavers who created them. The presence of Kurdish weavers in the northwestern area of Persia and the Iranian Kurdistan region has led to some stylistic overlap.

    4’4″ x 6’8″

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  • Fine Antique Shirvan Rug. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Fine Antique Shirvan Rug

    Shirvan rugs have a formality along with stylistic complexity that is found in few rugs from the Caucasus. Shirvan rugs are often the most sought after antique rugs from the Caucasus. Shirvans, like this Antique Shirvan Rug Featuring Peacock and Two Men, also leaned more to medallion designs and tend to be distinguished by a larger, more supple weave.

    3’11” x 5’5″

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  • Antique Khamseh Chicken Rug. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Khamseh Chicken Rug

    Khamseh rugs are greatly admired by rug experts for having fine craftsmanship and lustrous wool. Khamseh refers to a nomadic tribal group from Southwestern Iran. Similar to Qashqai, these rugs feature intricate geometric motifs as well as saturated color.

    4’2″ x 5’7″

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  • Fine Antique Shirvan Woven by an Armenian Girl. A piece of genuine authentic woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center Rugs and More.

    Fine Antique Shirvan Woven by an Armenian Girl

    3’8″ x 7’2″

    Shirvan rugs have a formality along with stylistic complexity that is found in few rugs from the Caucasus. Shirvan rugs are often the most sought after antique rugs from the Caucasus. Shirvans, like this Antique Shirvan Rug Featuring Peacock and Two Men, also leaned more to medallion designs and tend to be distinguished by a larger, more supple weave.

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  • sari grey silk santa barbara design center 30659

    Sari Grey Silk

    Sale! $23,678.00 $11,839.00

    Sari Grey silk rugs tend to match every home style, from vintage house looks to a more modern vogue; the beautiful diversity of patterns and textures make each rug unique

    Size: 9’1 x 12’3

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  • Flat Weave Moroccan

    Flat Weave Moroccan

    Sale! $14,001.00 $6,998.00

    Flat Weave Moroccan are most famous for their dynamic color designs and bold geometric patterns.

    Size: 9’2 x 12’2

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  • Antique Intricate Boteh Afshar Rug. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Intricate Botteh Afshar Rug

    The Botteh rug motif is a common element of antique Caucasian rugs. Botteh, or paisley as it is known in the Western world, originated in Persian. The word means bush, shrub, thicket, or bramble. The motif was a major textile pattern in Ancient Persia. Antique Afshar rug common colors include crimson, saffron gold, ivory, burnt orange and sienna.

    4’10” x 7’3″

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  • Rare Baktiari Rug Woven by Armenians feat. Cypress and Weeping Willow Trees. A piece of genuine antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center

    Rare Bakhtiari Rug Woven by Armenians feat. Cypress and Weeping Willow Trees

    Antique Persian Bakhtiari rugs are among the more intriguing and distinct styles of antique Persian rugs, boasting a fascinating historical heritage and expressing a unique aesthetic ideal. This beautiful Rare Bakhtiari Woven Rug Woven by Armenians feat. Cypress and Weeping Willow Trees is an exemplary Baktiari.

    4’8″ x 6’1″

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Michael Kourosh Founder & President

Rugs pay tribute to the beauty of their countries of origin. Whether exotic or traditional, tribal or modern, our rugs weave stories through intricate patterns, compelling colors, and touchable materials. These museum quality pieces are a testament to superior craftsmanship.

Our rugs, textiles, tapestries, flat woven rugs, Kilims, and needlepoints are hand-knotted and woven in silk and wool of the highest quality. Both rare and unique in design, these collectibles quickly become family treasures that can be passed down from one generation to the next.

Our goal is to help you make a rug truly yours! Rugs & More is proud to offer customization options. Creating a custom rug from a variety of styles is the perfect solution when you can’t find exactly what you want.

San Ysidro Ranch Collection

In coastal, temperate regions moderate the climate allows for interior design that blurs the lines between home interiors and the outdoors. This collection of rugs is specifically designed to fit the Mediterranean style home. Patterns inspired by nature and color schemes that enhance the natural light of a room compliment Mediterranean interiors perfectly.

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Beautiful Antique Embroidered Shawls

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Beautiful Antique Embroidered Shawls

Featuring these Beautiful Antique Embroidered Shawls at Rugs & more. We have the greatest collection of unique antiques. Learn more about some of Michael’s greatest treasures on Design Santa Barbara Presents Antiquities With Michael Kourosh“. You will learn about these three beautiful Shawls and where they came from. As well as the history behind them.


Antique Kerman Shawl Circa 1800
Antique Kerman Shawl Circa 1800


Antique Shawls – Throughout the 19th century, Kerman a province in southern Iran was celebrated for its exquisite Persian / Kerman shawls rather than for carpet weaving. These Beautiful Antique Embroidered Shawls are real works of art. They became complex in their use of traditional Persian floral patterns. Furthermore, French red roses known as Gol Farangue, Botteh, Sarri Botteh, tree of life, vase, nightingale, and garden design.

The tight overall pattern and fineness of the weave is complimented by a delicate. As well as, harmonious color palates. Not surprisingly, the primary designs of Kerman carpets were adapted from these shawls.  Because when the growing demand for oriental rug production increased these experienced weavers turned their attention and talents to the carpet weaving.

Kashmiri Pashmina Shawl
Kashmiri Pashmina Shawl

As a result, What is unique about the three antique shawls is that despite them having a very similar design. They come from vastly different regions. Furthermore, Giving the age of these textiles it is highly unlikely that the weavers ever cross pass each other.

Rashat embroidery shawl
Rashat embroidery shawl

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We want to earn your business! At Rugs and more we will beat any competitor’s price, even online retailers. We offer the lowest price guarantee. If you find a similar item for less we will refund you 110% of the difference. Simply bring any competitors price in and we will beat it. We are the largest source of home furnishings. As well as rugs on the Central Coast and our purchasing power guarantees you the lowest price. Come in and visit our showroom today.

Santa Barbara Design Center is a premiere home decor and furniture store. Furthermore, We offer lasting quality paired with style all under one roof and committed to offering excellent customer service.  Our goal is to help you complete your dream home that shows off your unique personal style. Whether you are furnishing an entire room or simply adding an accent of home decor. We have something to offer every room, taste and budget.

From ancient antiquity to traditional modernity. Complete any custom home style at Santa Barbara Design Center. For over 20 years, we have been offering Santa Barbara the best in rugs and home furnishings. Voted “Best Of” for over 20 years by the Santa Barbara News Press. Whether you are a designer or a couple decorating your first home. We remain passionate about serving your home needs.

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17th-18th Century Caucasian Rug

17th-18th Century Caucasian Rug

Simultaneous with the ascending pattern of the northern Caucasus, which seems to have reached its climax at the beginning of the eighteenth century. The Finest wool and the finest weave were used in the rigidly styled floral patterning light blue, white and green with the bade of splendid light yellow, all on a brilliant red ground. In the white border we find “S” motifs alternating with angular leaf pattern. The accompanying border is in the usual trefoil design. An extract dating of this piece is very difficult. Taking all aspect into account, it was probably woven around the begging of the eighteenth century, at the latest but it was equally possible that the rug belongs tot he rare pieces which have been preserved from the seventeenth century. 17th-18th Century Caucasian Rug.

17th-18th Century Caucasian Rug get their name from the area in which they were made – the Caucasus. The Caucasus is a region that produces distinctive rugs since the end of the 18th century and the antique Caucasian rugs are primarily produced as village pieces rather than the fine and intricate city productions. Caucasian rugs are best known for featuring bold geometric and tribal designs in primary colors.

Come and see hundreds of fine rugs at Rugs & More in the Santa Barbara Design Center or give us a call today at (805) 962-2166

410 Olive Street, Santa Barbara, Ca, 93101

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Restoring and Repairing Rugs

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Restoring and Repairing Rugs

Restoring and Repairing Rugs doesn’t take a lot to help preserve the wellness of a rug since we at Rugs & More at Santa Barbara Design Center are here to help you. We take the time and liberty to fix your rug. We are the third generation of rug merchants and are the four most experts in repair and restoration of your rugs. Our master weavers can fix everything that could be an issue with your rug, ranging from re-knotting any damaged or missing parts of the rug, repairing the fringes, and we could also clean your rug.

We guarantee that your rug will have the best treatment possible, at the most reasonable prices around. We have been voted number one oriental rug store for twenty-five years.

Your satisfaction is 100 percent guaranteed.

It is important to take care of your rugs because they are pieces of art and will become treasured heirlooms for generations to come. We will give your rugs the best care possible. Fixing rugs takes a skill we, at Rugs & More in Santa Barbara Design Center have mastered. Bringing your rugs to us will not only help your rugs but also help you recognize the importance of taking care of your rugs.

We would be glad to be the ones who make a difference in fixing your rugs. Depending on the rug, restoring it could eventually increase the value of the rug. Repairing your rug could make a huge difference in looks and appearance of them.

Restoring and Repairing Rugs

Restoring and Repairing Rugs

Give us a call at (805) 962-2166 or visit us at Rugs & More in the Santa Barbara Design Center

410 Olive Street, Santa Barbara, Ca, 93101

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Persian and Oriental Rug Cleaning Hand Wash

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Persian and Oriental Rug Cleaning Hand Wash

Although there are many available options to conduct oriental rug cleaning using machines, many rug owners prefer hand cleaning because of its efficiency and because of the special attention given to the rugs that makes them cleaner. It is clear that fine rugs deserve high quality and gentle care-something that only hand washing experts can provide. With our approach you can rest assured of proper care for fine oriental rug cleaning. Rugs made from natural fibers, cotton, silk or fine wool is expensive and worth all the care they can get. There are two major reasons that compel owners to choose hand washing over machine washing for oriental rug cleaning. Natural fibers have a unique ability to hide dirt. Hence, hand washing allows cleaning experts to provide the necessary attention required to make them really clean. Also, conventional cleaning using machines apply high pressure and special chemicals to the rags, that can leave your carpet damaged from high PH or the associated pressures. Persian and Oriental Rug Cleaning Hand Wash, on the other hand efficiently removes damaging gritty soil from oriental rugs, leaving them colorful, clean and beautiful. The following steps are used when using the hand washing process for oriental rug cleaning. While hand washing is a great option, you’ll be surprised to learn how much dirt vacuums miss — and how simple the best cleaning methods really are. The pitch was simple. In the 1950s, a vacuum salesman would come to the door, spill dirt on the carpet, and ask the lady of the house to clean it with her machine. Then he would load a fresh bag into his model, run it over the “clean” carpet, and open the bag to reveal what it had picked up. Frequently that was all he needed to close the deal. Had the salesman reversed the order, however, using his machine first, the results might have been the same. Often the problem wasn’t the old vacuum. It was the fact that once dirt goes into carpet, it doesn’t easily come out. The old fashioned method of removing dirt and cleaning by hand still works best. We have shallow, sudsy pools in which the rugs can be washed by hand. This is a very labor intensive procedure but it’s the best way to thoroughly clean both the top fibers and the underlayment. Most homeowners who use our service are probably washing Oriental, Persian, Moroccan rugs or other hand woven, hand dyed rugs; their value is such that a service like this is the best way to maintain them over decades. Hand cleaning won’t tear or damage the fibers or the weave, and a professional can adjust the cleaning method according to the age and condition of the rug.

Q. What are common mistakes?

A. Putting a plant on a rug. Years later, you take the rug up, and a perfect circle drops out. The pad doesn’t allow air to circulate. A wool rug may feel dry, but moisture has seeped to the bottom. First mildew, then dry rot, and you have to repair.

Q. You say rugs should be washed every two to three years. Why?  

A. Even if a rug doesn’t look dirty, it slowly gets duller and the fringe starts to look bad. If you wait, dust, especially silica, sinks down. Whether the base is cotton or wool, when it’s walked on, those pieces saw away at the fiber. That’s what makes a rug go bare, not foot traffic. It’s foot traffic on a rug that hasn’t been swept, beaten and washed — even if it has a good rubber rug pad underneath, which cushions compression.

Q. Can you vacuum too much?

A. Today’s vacuums may be too aggressive, especially if there is hard floor underneath. You need to sweep a wool rug with a carpet sweeper. When you vacuum, once a week or two, use a canister vacuum, and set the beater bar high for less abrasion. Vacuum from side to side, not end-to-end, so you don’t grab the fringe. Take the rug outside once a year and vacuum the back to get embedded dirt out that causes fiber wear. Then vacuum the top again. If you whack a corner and see a dust poof, it needs to be washed.