About Heidarian Persian Rugs
Back in 1890, Heidarian family started a Persian rug workshop, which now maintains its head office in Tehran, Iran.
Heidarian’s rugs woven in parallel by nomadic tribes and local weavers in villages and town workshops are mainly and artistically made in four major rug centers of Iran including: Chaharmahal-o-Bakhtiari, Kurdistan, Fars and Azerbaijan.
Along with reflecting the great history of Iran, its peoples’ culture and the tendency of the modern Iranian art toward abstraction and fresh ideas, Heidarian’s rugs are characterized by their craftsmen’s techniques, the use of high quality materials, truly natural, elaborate colors and innovative patterns exclusively designed for Heidarian Persian Rugs.
For generations, its commitment to quality as well as its dedication to the value of craftsmanship took this company far in the world of Iranian art and crafts and currently a larger world of art enthusiasts in other countries is welcoming, and admiring Heidarian’s artistic heritage.
Heidarian Persian Rugs
Since 2006, the fifth generation of Heidarian family, Arash Heidarian, the current CEO of Heidarian Persian Rugs, took over the influence of his father, Iraj Heidarian and continued the family tradition while introducing a new collection of Persian contemporary rugs. While keeping the top quality and high standards of Heidarian’s rugs, the Modern collection represent a variety of patterns influenced by fresh ideas and subjective concepts of young designers.
Presently Heidarians collections incorporate over 22 different categories.
Our Hand-woven collections are recognized and sought after by the most famous interior designers, architects and collectors from all over the world. We also won 3 times in 2007, 2008 and 2009 The Carpet Design Award, the world’s leading award for handmade carpet and rugs.
The Carpet Design Awards-Domotex is the world’s top international accolade for contemporary hand-made carpets and rugs.
Each year a new jury of specialists from the design world and the carpet industry will be working together to select the best and most original designer carpets and rugs, which represent a special combination of design, quality and artisan skills. This coveted award has been presented to Heidarian Persian Rugs 3 times in 2007, 2008 and 2009 for The Best Traditional Nomadic Design (2007- Bibijoon design, 2008-Katoli design, & 2009-Setareh design), The Best Traditional/Formal Carpet Design (2008-Sana design & ۲۰۰۹-Sarvy design)
“A rug with great depth of color that embodies the true Character of a nomadic carpet”
“The colors, proportions, and attention to detail in this rug are perfect”
“The clear winner… well controlled colour and exceptionally woven“