Orange you pretty!

Hello! Hope you’re having a great week so far! I’ve been waiting for the arrival of our custom rug since February and it has finally arrived (and definitely worth the wait!)! To be honest, I didnt know anything about rugs let alone their history; I just knew that if I liked the pattern, it felt good on my feet and didn’t shed that it was a winner. Well, little did I know that the moment I walked into Medallion Gallery I would be enlightened with all there is to know about rugs. B has always had an affinity for rugs and I just didn’t quite understand why until entering this incredible Gallery! They offer the finest, highest quality, and largest array of oriental, couture and antique rugs. We had looked at another rug shop in NC but their offering was far too traditional and ornate for my liking. If money was no object we would have scooped up antique overdyed rug! I was really wowed with their selection and knowledge…see for yourself!

We opted for a custom rug and we used the blue ombre as our jumping off point. Amir Shiranian — owner and founder — helped us lay out our vision. Orange caught our eye (accent color in our living room) as we wanted to create a runner for the entryway which would be visible in the living room to lead you to the next room.

Here’s how it came out which we LOVE!

If you’re in the Boston area, be sure to check out Medallion Gallery and let Amir enlighten you. They also offer rug cleaning, restoration, appraisals and have some unique, customizable furniture, and framing.

Medallion Gallery
350 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02116

Telephone: 617 – 236 – 8283

In the market for a new rug or recently picked one up? Share away! Thanks for stopping by! Cheers, Karla xoxo


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