the whole-y grail

the whole-y grail

the whole-y grail

Official blog of the warden ettinger group, a full-service, Phila., PA-based PR firm serving a diverse consumer, lifestyle + nonprofit clientele. Our culinary division, The Whole Enchilada PR, caters to restaurateurs, chefs + other food-related businesses, while "the word exchange" is aimed at clients seeking à la carte copywriting services.

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Tips for choosing an Oriental or Decorative Rug

August 15, 2013 , , , , ,

If you’re in the market for a new Oriental or decorative rug, we’ve got a guy… and a gal. Here’s a few tips on how to go about making that very difficult—but equally fun—decision, and getting a gorgeous match to your oh-so-fabulous style.

Knots and Weaves Decorative Rugs and Home Decor

background.jpgHomeowners often walk into our showroom with visible concern about purchasing a large decorative rug. We are never surprised by this, because we get that committing to a particular size, style and color takes a thoughtful approach. Of course it’s easy for us; in our showroom, we get to move rugs and furniture around all day long, creating different looks to accommodate our moods, or to show off a particular design. Customers do not have that luxury.

Fortunately, most of our showroom visitors do come in with a predetermined mindset on the top considerations of style, where the rug is being placed (high- or low-traffic area), what’s being matched to the rug, and budget. This is a plus, because it puts them one step ahead in the selection process and makes it easier for us to highlight the rugs that we think best meet that criteria.

When it comes to patterns, however…

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