DOMOTEX 2020, 10 - 13 January
In addition to Tabriz and Bidjar rugs from its own production sites, Faradj & Homayoun Farhadian also carries classic Persian rugs from all important provenances ...
The "Bidjar Fine" and "Bidja Arusbaft" collections captivate with their especially high-quality materials and harmonious colours. The variety of patterns ranges ...
The same applies to Tabriz rugs: A good design is sure to sell well. A suitable colouration is of utmost importance in this regard. Since Western tastes are often ...
In terms of colour, the 2011/2012 collection of Loribaft rugs is characterised by red and beige tones. As for their patterns, it is striking that traditional nomad ...
Natural dyes are also becoming increasingly popular for handcrafted rugs. In order to account for this trend, Faradj & Homayoun Farhadian has included its own collection ...
Rizbaft, which translates to finely knotted, is the name of the especially individually designed nomad rug collection from Faradj & Homayoun Farhadian. The finely ...
Fine Kashkuli Banafsheh rugs are knotted in the Zagros Mountains surrounding the provincial capital of Shiraz. These nomad rugs with their modern designs, which ...
Flat-woven kelims are an in-demand product group, especially in modern décors. These pieces are woven by nomads from hand-spun, naturally dyed wool and feature traditional ...
The Farhadian family has worked in the rug buisness for four generations
Faradj Farhadian himself has enjoyed more than 40 years in the industry. Faradj started in the trade when he was a child, travelling with his father to different bazaars in Persia to buy rugs. After establishing succesful businesses with his brothers in Tehran and Hamburg, Faradj decided he wanted to build up a new buissnes with his children, to continue the family tradition. To this end Faradj established the new company Faradj & Homayoun Farhadian OHG with his daugther Banafsheh and son Homayoun in 1999.
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