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For most people, choosing a rug for a particular space can be a challenge. The flood of options alone can make your head spin. Add the fact that there are other elements you'll need to consider like your existing décor and color psychology. That said, it's not surprising that most people get it wrong.

Fortunately, there are simple rules you can follow to ensure you're getting the right rug. For instance, if you're planning to buy a black and white area rug, you should first consider the room's design.

Black and white area rugs are great for rooms that have a vibrant atmosphere as they can lessen visual noise. On the contrary, if the room has a minimalistic arrangement, adding red or yellow square area rugs can provide a layer of sophistication to the space.

Are you looking for exquisite rugs in Edina, MN for your room or office? Cyrus Artisan Rugs got you covered. Our wide selection of rugs ranges from traditional rugs to contemporary pieces.

We also carry rugs made by prominent names in the interior design industry. Erbil Tezcan, Barbara Barry, and James Tufenkian are just some of the many designers we've collaborated with over the years.

So if you're planning to purchase rugs in Edina, MN, consider Cyrus Artisan Rugs. Shop with us today and start enhancing the vibrancy of your living and working spaces.

Our Rug Types and Styles

Our rugs are divided into four categories: tribal, traditional, contemporary, and transitional.

Tribal rugs originated from regions like Iran, Turkey, and Morocco. As such, they carry a timeless element to them that can enhance a room with a luxurious ambiance.

If you have a large bedroom with a minimalistic design, a tribal blue area rug 8x10 can be a great option. Aside from the comfort it offers, it'll also create a calming effect, while also adding a layer of personality to the space.

Next, we have traditional rugs. They originated from Persian and Oriental royalty making them a great fit for a sophisticated arrangement.

You can further enhance this effect by pairing traditional rugs with warm wood, bronze décor, and furniture with round or curved edges. Traditional rugs are great for rooms where you often interact with guests as they can act as a conversation starter and ice breaker.

Then we have contemporary rugs. This type is considered the opposite of tribal and traditional pieces as it breaks away from complex designs. Instead, it favors a playful or romantic feel to its composition, making it stand out all on its own.

Contemporary rugs would often take on a retro design or feature a single subject like a vase or still-life. As such, interior designers would hang these rugs on a wall or place them on the floor with no furniture on top. That way, you're able to showcase its unique design in full view rather than partially obstructing it for the sake of visual cohesion.

Lastly, we have the transitional rugs. It's sometimes referred to as a hybrid rug thanks to its artful conception, which takes elements from both traditional and contemporary pieces.

This blend of classical and modern arrangements makes transitional rugs quite versatile. It can stand on its own or complement your room's existing décor, whichever one you prefer.

Thus, transitional area rugs are favored by those who don't want to settle between both extremes offered by traditional and contemporary rug designs. If you have wooden floors with dark tones and clean white furniture, a transitional rug can enhance these elements further.

Rug Brands and Designers

Our collection of rugs in Edina, MN carry pieces from award-winning and internationally-acclaimed giants in the interior design industry. These names have and are continuously pushing the boundaries of rug design, either by their unique interpretations or brilliant creativity.

One such designer is Ralph Lauren. Lauren has been in the rug industry for more than 50 years, which is a testament to his never-ending growth as a designer.

He once said that good taste alone wouldn't fuel a company for more than half a century. According to him, good taste is boring taste, and classics are uninteresting.

Instead, he takes old designs and tries to reinvent them to a point that they become something new, something fresh. Taking this into account, it's unsurprising that Lauren has become one of the pillars in rug design or the interior design industry as a whole.

Then we have Jenny Jones, another award-winning rug designer. Where Laurence takes his inspiration from old and classic compositions, Jones uses her travels to fuel her creativity.

She refers to rugs as “art on the floor.” Using her rugs, Jones wants to evoke emotions from her audience by telling a story through her designs.

Speaking of evoking emotions, Barbara Barry stirs emotional responses from her viewers by taking her inspiration from nature. Specifically, her vision is taken from flower fields and the majestic beauty of celestial bodies.

Barry also favors gradation when designing her rugs. Thus, when looking at her pieces, they would subtly change in shade but remain the same color. Like going from currant to blood to brick to ruby or from brunette to cinnamon to penny to peanut.

Barry believes that gradation has the power to ease people's minds. She argues that it's why people are drawn to the grains of sand on a coastline.

Another massive name in the rug industry is James Tufenkian. He's known for introducing Tibetan rugs at a time when Persian rugs were all the rage.

Persian rug dealers were initially advising against this move. The idea of selling rugs with fewer knots compared to Persian pieces at the same pricing level was ridiculous.

Of course, Tufenkian slowly made his point and the doubters eventually became believers. Today, Tufenkian rugs are one of the most dominant pieces in the market. He's consistently producing new ideas to maintain a fresh perspective for homeowners and interior designers alike.

Here are the other designers in our collection:

  • Clodagh
  • Kavi
  • Kevin Walz
  • Mark Pollack
  • Erbil Tezcan

Apart from these creative minds, our Edina, MN rug inventory also has pieces from celebrated brands. These include Lapchi, Nourison, and our very own Cyrus Artisan rugs.

Similar to rug designers, the rug brands in our collection have distinct characters that make them stand out. Lapchi, for instance, is known for creating pieces with different patterns like floral designs or non-symmetrical arrangements. For the color, it mostly favors neutral tones that don't draw too much attention to themselves, preferring subtlety instead of vibrant hues.

Meanwhile, Nourison has always maintained its quality even after they've introduced loomed rugs and flatweaves. One of the most consistent compliments the brand receives is that their rugs should cost more than what Nourison is asking for them. Put simply, they managed to maintain the quality of hand-knotted rugs to their flat weave pieces, making them fancier yet affordable at the same time.

Here are other brands included in our collection:

  • Jaipur Living
  • Safavieh
  • Tamarian
  • Tufenkian
  • Tibet Rug Company
  • Kalaty
  • Samad
  • Wool & Silk Rugs
  • Loloi Rugs

Manufacturing and Weaving Methods

Our rugs in Edina, MN are either made using handwoven methods or machine-made processes. Here are the most common weaves in our expansive collection:

  • Hand-knotted
  • Flat-woven
  • Hand-loomed
  • Hand-tufted
  • Power-loomed
  • Machine-loomed

If you have a tight budget, our power-loomed and machine-loomed pieces are your best bet. These pieces are elegant enough to add sophistication to a room but are affordable enough to not break the bank.

Our flat-woven rugs, on the other hand, are more expensive but they more than makeup for it for the quality of their materials and design. Moreover, you can flip these rugs over and you wouldn't notice a lot of difference between the front and the back thanks to how it's created.

Lastly, we have hand-knotted rugs, our most elegant and luxurious pieces. These are made using thousands upon thousands of knots that make them original works of art. When properly taken care of, they can become family heirlooms as they last for generations.

Colors and Decorating Tips

When you're browsing our Edina, MN rug collection, always consider these elements before finalizing your purchase. First, evaluate the color and design of the rug to the room it will be installed in.

Is the room's design vibrant and energetic? Try lessening its visual noise with a black and white area rug. But if the existing design is minimalistic, add some layer of sophistication by opting for a red or yellow square area rug.

You should also pay attention to color psychology. If the rug is going to be added in a bedroom, then settle for blue tones as it's associated with calmness and serenity.

If it will go into entertainment areas like the dining room or living room, settle for red. Red creates passion and drama, which could help sustain conversation when your guests come over. Yellow sparks creativity, green is related to nature, and purple is associated with royalty.

The size of the room and the rug is another matter. For instance, if your bedroom only has limited space, get a square area rug that is big enough to accommodate the bed and the surrounding furniture like the side tables.

Anything larger than that will create the impression that the room is far smaller than it already is. Conversely, if the room is large – like the dining room – get a rug that can cover the dining table and all of the chairs.

This way, all of the furniture can sit on top of the rug, even when the chairs are pulled over by the guests. This creates cohesion that merges all of the furniture into a single dimensional space.

You'll observe the same thing when you're placing the rug in the living room. It should be expansive enough to cover the sofa, chairs, and table. But you could also settle for a smaller piece so long as the legs of the furniture can all sit on top of the rug to maintain that sense of union between all the elements.

Companies and Homes Served in Edina, MN

We provide elegant rug pieces to residents in Edina, MN, and other nearby communities. Cyrus Artisan Rugs seamlessly blends with landmarks within the vicinity. Edina has two bustling Target chains on 70th St. and American Boulevard West. Edina is also the home of DeVry University or the Keller Graduate School of Management. It is one of the 40 locations across the United States and offers an online education learning platform.

Apart from the Fortune 500 companies, residents have community areas, including Centennial Lakes Park, Edinburgh Park, and Bredesen Park. Stroll through the neighborhood and walk the same paths as Miss America 1977 Dorothy Benham once walked.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where to buy area rugs in Edina, MN?

Cyrus Rugs cater to rug enthusiasts and collectors in Edina, MN. Our wide selection of machine-loomed and hand-crafted pieces ensures you will be accommodated based on your budget and design preference. Our staff is highly trained to assist you with your needs. Just let us know what sort of ambiance you want to achieve for a particular space and we'll provide suggestions for you.

Do you offer a trial period for your rugs?

Yes. Cyrus Rugs has a “Try Before You Buy Program” that allows you to take sample swatches home. This will help you determine whether or not the right color and design is the appropriate fit for your chosen space. If it's not, return the sample swatches and we'll provide other pieces for you to try until your needs are satisfied.

Do you offer a rug rental service?

Yes. We cater to realtors, photographers, and set designers that need a temporary rug for certain projects. Just call us in advance so we can reserve the piece for you.

How often should I clean my rugs?

Vacuum your rugs twice a week to remove dust and other particles that will accumulate in the material. However, if the rug is located in high-traffic areas like the hallway, living room, or dining room, increase this frequency to thrice a week.

If you have pets in the house, vacuum your square area rugs every day as hair and dander can accumulate rapidly in the material.

How do I safely store my rugs?

Before storing your rugs, always vacuum them to remove dust and dander on the material. Afterward, tightly roll it and wrap it in plastic or fabric to protect it from insects like moths.

You should also store the rug in elevated areas to prevent accidental spills from messing with the material. Do not place objects on top of the rug. Once a month, take the rug out and clean it to check for any damage caused by insects or other unforeseen factors.

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