Silk Road Weaves™ – Fine Tibetan Rugs
The Luminous Colors, Lustrous Textures, and Original Designs of our own Socially Responsible Rugs
Our Silk Road Weaves™ area rugs have a contemporary look, while making great design sense even when used in traditional or mixed-style décor or when used together in adjacent rooms. Contact us to get the details about how you can own a genuine Silk Road Weaves Tibetan rug to enhance your own home! Check out my original art work to order a piece from the fine art collection, made into your own custom rug.
What makes it even better?
Guaranteeing you No Child Labor: We’re GoodWeave-certified.
Is a “Tibetan rug” really from Tibet? Get the story here.
Most contemporary Tibetan rugs, including ours, are made in Nepal. These higher quality Tibetan rugs are made by companies who are members of GoodWeave, thus guaranteeing there’s NO child labor used in the manufacturing process. Some are also made in India, hence the name “IndoTibetan.” There is a difference in construction, materials, and overall quality.
Can I see some samples right now?
A few examples are below. See more of the collections in this special section. Please register to receive updates to the collections and other news from Barbara Jacobs Color and Design.
Custom, personal service and communication
Personal service is key to my way of working with you, whether you are using one of our own original designs or you want me to help you create a unique ‘bespoke” design based on your own inspirations. I value the human connection between us, you and your clients, and the people in the carefully selected companies who make our designs come to life for you.
Where can I use a Silk Road Weaves™ rug?
From elegant to informal settings, corporate environments or fine homes, any room will come alive with a Silk Road Weaves™ rug. The current sophisticated design trend for corporate settings is well complemented by our rugs.
Picking the best paint colors to complement your Silk Road Weaves rug
Check out our color consulting services.
People are asking : what’s the source of Inspiration?
Vision + Artistry in contemporary heirlooms
My actual design inspirations come from myriad directions, with such seemingly disparate origins as light, nature, history, document textiles, travel, and much more. I enjoy moving visual ideas into design styles from painterly to graphic or geometric.
With this exciting medium of creating fine art for the floor, I offer you another avenue for creating beautiful, healthy commercial and residential environments.
We invite Representation inquiries. Studio hours are by appointment, M-F 9-4
Call the studio at 508-472-8105 email me to find out more.