Every carpet has its own tale. From weaving to designing, the carpet undergoes several changes and a piece of art is created after serious alterations. “Generally, most people like vintage rugs as they have a story behind their creation. The human element is very important, especially with older rugs. The workmanship, dyes, raw material that were used a hundred years ago can’t be adequately replicated in this day and age. Other rugs that people utilise on a wall are kilims, which are a flat weave and made by tribal nomads and have a very ethnic feel, are geometric in nature and can give a room a textured feel and lend character to a space,” shares Mudita Chandra, Creative Director, The Carpet Cellar.