Thousands of Hand Made Rugs From Around The World.
Over 5,000 Authentic Persian Rugs in Stock
Desert Rug Company has over 5,000 authentic Persian rugs in stock—one of the largest selections of Persian carpets in the United States—available at fair and affordable prices to people throughout the United States. In fact, that is our mission: to bring honesty and integrity to the rug business.
Authenticity, Workmanship, Lowest Price
We guarantee that all of our rugs are authentic Persian Rugs from Iran. We also guarantee the workmanship of each rug, that they are all hand-made, not machine-made. We also guarantee the lowest price and will refund the difference if you find the same rug for less elsewhere.
Durable – Lasts Multiple Generations
With 75-1,000+ knots per square inch, Persian rugs are virtually indestructible. By using an electric sweeper and spot cleaning spills with a mild detergent, your Persian rug can last for multiple generations.
Free In-home/Office Consultation
We provide free installation and in-home or office consultation within the state of Pennsylvania.
One-of-a-Kind; Hand-Woven; Quality Workmanship
Each Persian rug is made by hand and not machine-made. Rug making began in this region thousands of years ago, and the people who make these rugs take great pride in their creations. Persian rugs are the world's "gold standard" of rug making, copied by other countries, but not equaled.
All-Natural Materials: Wool, Silk, Cotton
Using the finest wool of the sheep, often from the belly area where the sheep's wool is the softest, the artisans use natural herbal materials to produce the multitude of colors.
Rug making is the art of Persia. Our Persian rugs are hand made by adult artisans who ensure superior quality.
Investment that Maintains Value
Persian rugs are durable art for the floor.
100% Satisfaction Guarantee
Our goal is to have happy customers who are pleased with the experience of working with us and the products they receive.
“Two Persian rugs, purchased from the Desert Rug Company early this year, have utterly transformed the living-dining section of our Borough home.”
State College, PA