The Knotty Rug specializes in a vast selection of antique rugs ranging from about 100 years old, to semi-antique that are around 50 years old and even includes currently produced rugs. They’re all hand-knotted and from all over the world.
Since 2003, Knotty Rug has been helping people discover the true beauty of hand-knotted rugs. With our knowledge and passion, we will walk you through our vast inventory to help you find the rug that meets your space requirements and style inclinations. We will take the time to educate you on the origin and uniqueness of each rug that you may be interested in. We specialize in fine antique rugs and kilims of outstanding quality and design merit that transcend time. Our selection of new rugs is unmatched in styles and sizes. If we don’t have what you are looking for we can locate it or have it custom-made for you.
Even though we’re professionals in the handmade rug industry, with a tagline like “the knottier the better,” it’s clear we’ve got a sense of humor about our creations. Laugh along with us at some of these puzzling rug riddles, and carpet crackups.
The best professional dart player is named Dusty Rug because he’s never been beaten.
Why was a flying carpet racer banned from the competition?
He was caught using performance-enhancing rugs.
After someone stole all the carpet and floor coverings from my house, police believe it was the work of rug addicts.
My friend called me in a panic and asked, “How do I get red wine out of my new rug?
“I don’t know,” I replied, “I usually just get mine out of the wine cellar.”
After hearing a knock on the door, a vacuum cleaner salesman rushed into my newly purchased home. Before I could say a word, he threw smelly scrambled eggs and greasy French fries on my rug.
“This is the best vacuum cleaner in the business and I’ll use it to clean part of the mess on this floor, he explained. “If there’s any odor or stains left behind, I’ll eat everything else that’s on the floor.”
“Would you like some ketchup and salt?” I asked, “Because my house doesn’t have electricity yet.”