A rug can be summed up as a textile floor covering. It consists of an upper layer of pile, which is attached to a backing. This pile is compromised of wool or man made fiber such as polypropylene or nylon. A rug does create a big change within the four walls of the room. Hence, if you are really contemplating the idea of decorating the floor of your room with a Masai rug you really need to think a bit out of the box.
Masai rugs are classic example of tribal work at its best. Once you will add layer of modern style to it the product is amazing and it will light up the interiors of your room. Masai rugs are made of 100% wool. The zebra pattern on these rugs makes it a fantastic product. It is in fact a visual treat for the person who enters the room.
Oriental rugs generally represent extremely good value for money. The decision to buy a Chinese rug, as opposed to a Persian or Turkish one, for example, should be based on a combination of an affinity with the general character of Chinese rug, and whether or not they represent value for money in comparison with other rugs on the market at the time.
However, one advantage that Chinese rugs have over rugs from other countries is their level of standardization and quality control; a prospective buyer can be certain that one 90-line Standard Chinese rug will, with very minor variations, be just as good as the text.