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Rugs and carpets have been in style and useful home accessories for decades. Without investing a lot of money, you can easily modify the interior of your home with the help of beautiful high-quality rugs. Rugs come in various styles, color combinations, and designs, making it simple to pick one that enhances your decor.

With thousands of rug designs inspired by different cultures around the world available at affordable pricing, King Rug LLC is your go-to resource for transforming a house into your home.

Rugs give the room texture while making the floor more pleasant for your feet. Choose the world's finest rugs for your home from King Rug LLC's enormous selection of designer, high-quality rugs and carpets.

Whether you're looking for modern geometric, simple, or symbolic patterns or stunning classic rugs, we have it all. Explore our vast selection online today.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How long do handmade rugs last?

Handmade rugs have several advantages over machine-made ones, including the fact that the material does not usually shed because handmade knots are solid and secure. However, depending on how much it is used, how well made, and how well it is cared for, your handmade rug could last between 20 to 200 years.

2. Why are hand-knotted rugs better?

A hand-knotted rug is incomparable in terms of strength and artistry. Hand-knotted rugs are superior to other rugs because they are free of adhesive and glue. They are, therefore, washable and don't degrade as quickly. Additionally, hand-knotted rug production is rare today.

3. How many knots per inch is a good rug?

The quality of the carpet is directly correlated with the number of knots per unit area. However, the density can span from 25 to 1,000 knots per square inch (KPSI) or higher. Anything above 80 knots per square inch is deemed poor quality. At the same time, 120 to 330 KPSI is regarded as medium to sound quality, and anything above 330 KPSI is considered excellent quality.