2nd Century Rug Co. attends three valuable rug shows per year seeking the newest design styles and colours.
Visit the showroom on Main Street at 20th to explore our collections and meet Harvey Burritt, director Keith Donegani and the rest of the 2nd Century team.
Keith has already attended one rug show with another on the horizon! Keep an eye out for our latest designs which will be arriving over the next few months. Also, a new shipment of MOV rugs will be arriving from Nepal next month!
From now until Feb 28, 2013, we are having an incredible SALE., with 40-70% off all clearance items and 20% off all new designs! Stop by our showroom to see our beautiful hand-knotted area rugs on sale, and check out our SALE section of the website.
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Please contact us today and see how a handcrafted area rug from 2nd Century Rug Co in Vancouver can bring colour and art into your living spaces.
3594 Main St.
B.C. V5V 3N3
Mon-Fri 10am - 6pm
Sat 10am - 5pm
Area rugs are more than an aesthetic investment or “art for your floor”. Aside from beauty, area rugs also offer thermal and sound insulation. The cosy feel you gain underfoot also benefits any neighbors living below you – area rugs and hall runners do a great job of dampening noise.
The selections of materials are broken down into two categories: natural and man-made. Hand-knotted wool (natural) area rugs are resilient and easiest to clean.
For families with pets and children, we highly recommend a wool area rug as they will live through Cheerio throwing, juice (wine) spilling, and sticky finger stages in life! (Advised from experience)
2nd Century Rug Co. prides itself on offering the most comprehensive collection of quality area rugs in Metro Vancouver. Our friendly and knowledgeable team will be happy to assist you with finding the perfect design for your home
For our hand-knotted area rugs, we suggest regular vacuuming and a professional clean each year to remove any additional dust and dirt.
If an accident occurs, try to address the spot immediately with water and a clean cloth- no chemicals! Pour water onto the area and blot it up with a clean white cloth, repeat if necessary.
If mud is tracked across the area rug allow it to dry before vacuuming - addressing it when wet, in this case, will create a bigger mess.
Working closely with family-owned and operated weaving production in Nepal, where our rugs are hand-knotted in the Tibetan tradition, we have over 1500 colours in hand dyed Himalayan wool, silk, viscose, and endless design options limited only by your imagination. We are passionate about creating personalized hand-knotted area rugs, and would be delighted to discuss your project and what inspires you.
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"Locally owned and operated, 2nd Century Rug Co. continues to surpass our expectations! Not only are their rugs and custom designs beautiful and of outstanding quality, but their friendly and extremely knowledgeable people make working with them a joy.'
Angela & Clair- Angela Robinson Design
"2nd Century Rug combines creativity, quality, and impeccable service in a market of fast sales and throw away products. It is always a pleasure to work with their wonderful team and offer beautiful rugs to our clients."
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