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    Multi-Cord - Self Stick Carpet Tiles m2

    R 349.95

    Amelia Jackson Cotton Dhurrie Twill Light Grey 75X120 SBED022

    R 619.00

    Loop Shaggy Rug 160x230

    R 1,999.00

    Stefano & Co. Glamour Fine Shaggy Rug Cream (5mm Pile)

    R 499.00 R 299.00

    Fotakis Eli Faux Fur Rug 60x90 Cream

    R 399.00 R 299.00

    Multi-flor Design Tiles – Peel & Stick Tiles

    R 79.95

    Printed coir mat 40X60

    R 99.95

    Muhtesem Collection Rug

    R 799.00 R 499.00

    Unique Loom Nain Klasik Rugs

    R 2,299.00 R 1,899.00

    Luxor Rugs 160X230

    R 1,299.00

    Bed Side Mat 50 x 80

    R 79.00

    Amelia Jackson Cotton Dhurrie Twill Charcoal 75x120 SBED021

    R 649.00

    Kartal Viscose Rugs

    R 999.00 R 899.00

    Amelia Jackson Cotton Dhurrie Twill Duck Egg 75X120 SBED022

    R 619.00

    Amelia Jackson Cotton Dhurrie Twill Navy 75X120 SBED021

    R 649.00

    Amelia Jackson Chunky Knit Bathmat Dhurrie Natural 75X120 SBED002A

    R 899.00

    Ultra Shaggy Rugs

    R 3,199.00

    Sanat Hali Soft Shaggy Rug

    R 2,499.00 R 1,800.00

    Home Decor Carved Legend Rug Violet 150x230

    R 599.00 R 299.00

    Home Decor Zara Shaggy Rug Green 150x230

    R 1,999.00 R 699.00

    Stefano & Co. Glamour Fine Shaggy Rug Charcoal (5mm Pile)

    R 499.00 R 329.00

    Stefano & Co. Glamour Fine Shaggy Rug Silver (5mm Pile)

    R 499.00 R 329.00

    Atlas Mediterraneo Rugs

    R 2,599.00

    Kartal Plaza Million Points Rug 160X230

    R 2,499.00 R 1,699.07

    Fotakis Eli Faux Fur Rug 60x90 Pink

    R 399.00 R 219.00

    Fotakis Eli Faux Fur Rug 60x90 Charcoal

    R 399.00 R 299.00

    Fotakis Eli Faux Fur Rug 60x90 Grey

    R 399.00 R 299.00

    Unique Loom Mordern Ringold Rug 240x240

    R 4,199.00 R 3,399.00

    Mega Gold Rug

    R 299.00

    Nain Coral Rugs

    R 2,599.00

    Marrakesh Spice Rugs

    R 2,599.00

    Muse Silver-Mound Rugs

    R 2,599.00

    Spektrum Sunset Rugs

    R 2,599.00

    Cocoon Glacier Rugs

    R 4,499.00 R 4,399.00

    Cocoon Vino Rugs

    R 4,499.00 R 4,399.00

    Cocoon Sandstorm Rugs

    R 4,499.00

    Infinity Geo Shadow Rugs 240X340

    R 12,999.00

    Infinity Gun Powder Rugs

    R 8,399.00

    Infinity Mystic Grey Rugs

    R 8,399.00

    Infinity Royal Parade Rugs

    R 8,399.00

    Infinity Dune Rugs

    R 8,399.00

    Kashan Noir Rugs

    R 2,599.00

    Essenza Shadow Rugs

    R 2,599.00

    Arte Coal Dust Rugs

    R 2,599.00

    Fine Quality Rugs for Sale Online

    Shop our range of rugs for sale at MHC World. Buy rugs online and receive free delivery over R3500 & within a 30km radius from our store.

    Rugs are a great way to make any room in your house look better and feel cosier. You can use them to define space or add colour and design.

    Apart from our rugs for sale, we also stock carpet tiles, door mats, runner rugs and wall to wall carpets

    Rugs Through the Ages

    Rugs have changed over time, with different cultures and areas coming up with their own styles and ways of making them.

    Early rugs

    Rugs were made for the first time around 3000 BC in Central Asia. Felt, which is made from the hair of sheep or camels, was used to make these rugs. Geometric shapes were often used to make simple patterns on felt mats.

    Middle Eastern rugs

    In the Middle East, wool and silk were used to make mats. Often, the patterns on these rugs were very colourful and complicated. They showed animals, plants, and geometric shapes.

    Rugs from the Middle East were often used as status symbols and were often given as gifts or used as money.

    Rugs in Europe

    During the Middle Ages, rugs were brought to Europe. A lot of rugs in Europe were made of wool and often had religious symbols on them.

    Rugs were used not only in homes but also in churches and other places of worship.

    Rugs in the Americas

    Native American groups also made rugs in the New World. Most of the time, plant fibres like yucca or corn husks were used to make these rugs. Many Native American rugs had geometric designs or symbols that showed something about their culture.

    Rugs in this modern world

    Rugs are made all over the world in the present day. They are made from wool, cotton, silk, and synthetic fibres, among other things. Rugs come in many different styles, from the classic to the modern.

    Since there are so many kinds and styles of rugs, there is sure to be one that is perfect for every home.


    Types of Rugs

    There are a lot of different kinds of rugs made from materials like wool, cotton, silk, and man-made fibres.

    Rugs are also available in many different styles, from classic to modern. The best-known types of rugs are:

    Woven rugs: The most traditional style of rug, woven on a loom by a trained weaver. For a comfortable underfoot feel, they employ natural fibres such as wool, cotton, silk, or jute.

    Hand-tufted rugs: These are created using a tufting gun that blasts yarn into a fabric backing. A unique razor-like tool is then used to carve the design into the pile. These sorts of carpets are typically less expensive and less durable than woven rugs.

    Flatweave rugs: Flatweave rugs are known for their ultra-flat profile and are made by tightly interlacing coloured wool threads to produce a geometric pattern. These are ideal for low-traffic areas for adding texture to the floor.

    Knotted rugs: These handcrafted rugs are formed by looping and knotting small threads around a warp of wool, cotton, or silk. The weaver meticulously creates patterns by filling out the design with hundreds of knots. These rugs are often quite durable and quite sumptuous!


    Proper Rug Care

    Vacuuming on a regular basis is essential for removing dirt and debris that might become embedded in the fibres and cause harm. Vacuuming is recommended once a week in high-traffic areas and once a month in low-traffic areas. To ensure that the suction does not harm the fibres, use the appropriate attachments and move slowly.

    Rug fibres can fade and deteriorate when exposed to direct sunlight. If possible, keep your rug away from windows, skylights, and other direct sources of light.

    Using a cushioning material on both sides of the rug will assist minimise slippage and keep dirt and other debris out.

    To level out wear and tear, rotate your rug every few months. This is especially critical for rugs that are subjected to heavy foot traffic.

    Spills and dirt should be cleaned up right away. To remove any dirt or stains, blot the area with a sponge or clean cloth and apply a mild detergent.

    Regular professional cleaning is essential for maintaining your precious rug in good condition and protecting its fibres. It is critical to choose a professional cleaner who understands rug fibres and employs gentle cleaning methods..


    How to Choose Rugs

    It is critical to pick a rug that complements the decor of your home while shopping for one.

    Consider the design and general theme of your house. Is it traditional, modern, or something in between?

    Select a rug that is the appropriate size for the room. A rug that is too little or too large will look out of place in the room.

    Consider the volume of traffic in the room. If the rug will be in a high-traffic area, it must be robust and able to withstand wear and tear.

    Look for one that you like and that complements the other colours and patterns in the space.

    Wool, cotton, silk, and synthetic fibres are some of the materials used to make rugs. Each substance has distinct qualities. Wool rugs, for example, are long-lasting and warm, whilst cotton carpets are inexpensive and simple to maintain.

    Choose a rug with a contrasting colour if you want to create a statement. This will draw attention to the rug and turn it into a focal point in the space.

    Choose a patterned rug if you want to add visual interest to your home. This will assist to divide the space and make it feel more dynamic.

    Select a rug that is simple to clean. If you have pets or small children, it is critical to select an easy-to-clean rug. This will help the rug appear its best for many years to come.


    Why Buy Rugs from MHC World

    A reputable rug dealer like MHC World has a large selection of high-quality rugs for sale in a variety of sizes and styles, as well as experienced staff to assist customers with their purchases.

    In order to effectively recommend consumers to the appropriate rug for their needs, they have a thorough awareness of the various materials used to make the various varieties of rugs.

    A reputable rug dealer offers reasonable pricing, outstanding customer service, and a simple return policy in case a rug does not match expectations. 

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