A million knots make up a finely crafted rug—but only GoodWeave’s child-labor-free label makes a rug truly one in a million. There is no substitute for the quality and craftsmanship a skilled adult weaver uses to create the million or more knots in a hand crafted 8' x 10' rug. GoodWeave certified rugs are available in a wide range of prices, sizes, styles and designs, from more than 125 leading rug companies and designers, and in over 1,000 online and retail outlets and showrooms around the world.

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Spotlight On Importers/Designers

Fab Habitat

Fab Habitat co-founders Kanan and Suchin Gupta have already won multiple awards for their inventive, sustainable and ethically manufactured rugs, but the Guptas are not resting on their laurels.” You have to be constantly improving the rugs and your ethical standards,” says Suchin, one half of this dynamic husband and wife team. Joining GoodWeave® the duo says, gives them just the kind of support they need to maintain their growing company’s principles. “Being part of GoodWeave just makes sense. It’s a way to make sure our product stays true to our values.”

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Rebecca and Brian Robins

Kush Handmade Rugs, in Portland, Oregon, is the creation of Rebecca Leurie and Brian Robins, who offer an array of GoodWeave® certified rugs. Appreciating the opportunity to educate and promote fair labor practices, Rebecca says that "GoodWeave gives our gallery a voice when we purchase rugs. Much like our clients, we are voting with our dollars to encourage producers to uphold the GoodWeave standard."

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Rug Buying Tips

Modern or traditional? Hand-knotted or flat-weave? Natural or synthetic dyes? Purchasing a handmade rug can seem daunting at first. But with a little expert guidance, you'll be able to find the perfect rug for your style, budget and values.
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