We present a collection of rugs woven by Kurds ranging from Central Anatolia to Western and Northern Iran.

All very colorful and distinctive, touching upon a wide range of Kurdish weaving traditions that still only scratches the surface. 

Check out all of our Kurdish pieces here

This week’s pick is pulled from a group of rugs every Kurdish rug enthusiast should be aware of - Sauj Bulagh - which hail from the region around Lake Urmia and the city now known as Mahabad. This rug has the characteristic vibrant tones, lush wool and free expression one expects in good Kurdish rugs.

Contemporary @ Heirloom presents: Christi Johnson


A Celebration of Suzanis


"An exceptional and refreshing experience in this day when most trades people are more interested in the bottom line than in service."

– Edith K, SQUARE

"Arguably the best source for vintage rugs in Brooklyn."

– Domino Magazine

"MASTERS! amazing...I am seriously grateful these guys exist!"

– Jennifer M, GOOGLE

"Best Rug Cleaner"

– New York Magazine

"Absolutely phenomenal and patient! "

– Tamir S, YELP

"Thanks for the great neighborhood experience."

– Rawia A, SQUARE

For the real deal go to Heirloom in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

– Vogue