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Walking into Morry’s Oriental Rug Bazaar and the first thing I noticed—they carried more than just Oriental rugs. There was a variety of tufted, machine made and hand knotted.

Traditional rug meets Rawhide
Traditional rug meets Rawhide

Checking out rugsWe saw 1,000-count Persian hand-knotted, 80-count hand-knotted, cowhide rugs, tufted rugs and machine made. When asked, Kamran spoke about how in the last year he has really worked to diversify his rug offering.

Sample racks

The inside view of Morry's in Sacramento, CA
The inside view of Morry’s in Sacramento, CA

Checking out the showroom

I asked this 2yr old to pick a rug to sit on. He picked this one
I asked this 2yr old to pick a rug to sit on. He picked this one
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Kamran has updated his five window displays to show the variety of rugs offered, focusing on the tufted rugs.

The benefit he offers is beyond what you see in the store. He walks trade shows, his family has been in the business for four generations.

Kamran says, if you do not see what you are looking for, he can find it, because of his years of experience.

A sample  loom showing the knotting process.
A sample loom showing the knotting process.

Walking around town with children is how many families get things done. My friend’s son and mine were welcomed with open arms. Kamran smiled as he saw the kids climb the rug piles, remembering how he did it as a child.

Street view of Morry's. Five window displaying tufted and machine made rugs, showing that today, Morry's carries more than just Oriental rugs.
Street view of Morry’s. Five windows displaying tufted and machine made rugs, showing that today, Morry’s carries more than just Oriental rugs.
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