Safavieh Collection

‘Colors are the smiles of nature’

-Leigh Hunt

Safavieh art is the art of the Iranian Safavid dynasty from 1501 to 1722. It was a high point for art and architecture.
The Safavieh collection has inspired from the artful designs of the 17th century in Isfahan in Shah Abbas’s monarchy, the designs have been performed in Buildings, Carpets, Handicrafts, Paintings…
By standing in front of carpets and watching the designs after making a connection with the history & culture, you feel calm and amaze by the beauty of art.

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Machine-Made (High-Low)


Big sizes (width 400cm), Standard sizes,
Runner, Oval, Round, Square,
Rolls & Wall-to-Wall



All that Glitters is not Gold

According to the machine-made Persian carpet, the differences are tiny, but the result is massive! To perform the concept of fine Persian traditional carpet, we should control many factors from our idea to the final products, Like; color palette, design, fiber and material, weave structure, yarn count, finishing process, and… That each step has its specifications. So finally, we considered all the chain production to perform the best of our concept.

The Attraction of a long History

We decided to create a collection inspired by Iran’s old centuries’ art and Persian handmade carpets. Using our expert team, we could offer a different view of Iranian machine-made carpets to the world. To cover tastes in vast markets, We selected three popular categories of Iranian styles; Isfahan, Afshan, and Khashti. According to achieve a matchable and attractive carpet, we combined gray shades with particular colors.

Afshan Style

Khasti Style

Highest Technology

  • Fiber
  • Spinning
  • Weaving
  • Finishing

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