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Orian Rugs

Any room may benefit from the right area rug, and Orian Rugs can be your unique and imaginative rug partner. They come in a wide range of color schemes, patterns, and sizes to fit into almost any environment.

Orian Rugs' world-class assembly line in Anderson, South Carolina, was founded in 1979 as a result of the founders' ambition to manufacture trendy rugs with international reach. Their state-of-the-art facility has extended from 50,000 square feet to over 550,000 square feet within 35 years. It is a vertically integrated, privately held company with a global presence and a history of innovative thinking.

Orian Rugs is a leading manufacturer of area rugs and scatter rugs in the United States. Their Boucle Collection, which adds visual volume and depth to the amazing patterns in this exquisite, modern-neutral collection, is one of their best sellers. With soothing hues and smooth fibers, these rugs provide comfort without sacrificing quality or elegance, resulting in more peaceful indoor spaces. It has an exquisite "sculpted" feel thanks to its 100% Polypropylene cable knot braided pattern. It is touted to be 100% fade-free and may be used both indoors and outdoors. Polypropylene fibers are also virtually shedding-free and inexpensive to maintain.

Orian Rugs is made up of three companies that are all involved in the textile flooring sector. In 1993, the proprietors of Orian Rugs purchased Mc Three Carpets in Waregem, Belgium, in order to grow the business and adapt to a changing worldwide economic landscape. Mc Three Carpets then purchased Sofiteks in Bursa, Turkey, in 2012. 

Orian Rugs were developed and made in Anderson, South Carolina. It implies that each rug you purchase is conceived, produced, colored, woven, and warehoused in the United States. The company is very proud to contribute to the nation's well-being by maintaining important manufacturing jobs inside its borders. It means that every dollar earned in our factory stays in the community and is spent there. Indirectly, it means that American schools, charities, and businesses will be supported, and customers do not pay shipping taxes on rugs made in other countries.

Retailers across a variety of market areas, including home improvement stores, clubs, mass, specialty, department, and furniture stores, are among this brand's key customers. Their plants are stated to have cutting-edge manufacturing and warehouse facilities that allow them to stock retailer-specific SKUs and respond quickly to seasonal demand spikes.

In 2006, they founded the Orian Rugs "Goin' Green Team" to develop a corporate plan for all personnel to execute their pledge as part of their environmental preservation efforts. Every step of the production process was triggered with Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle activities.

They replaced their plant's gas boiler with a power-efficient electric type, for starters. Their r light fixtures were replaced with energy-saving fluorescent lights. Their trash is recycled and used in other industries, such as the automobile sector. Their fiber waste is recycled and used as fuel or concrete filler. They also recycle their plastic by baling it and collecting cardboard boxes and yarn tubes.

Orian Rugs became a zero-landfill manufacturing facility in 2008 after eliminating all waste. Nothing from the rug-making process ends up in a landfill. That is a claim that not many factories can make.

They continue to support our Reduce, Reuse and Recycle initiative throughout the organization today. It's still a remarkable accomplishment.

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Why buy Orian Rugs

  • They manufacture the most elegant rugs in the market today.
  • They have been around for a long time, and they have sold a huge number of rugs over the years here and abroad.
  • They have an adequate, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility.
  • Their designs are simply beautiful. You can beautify your home and make it more tranquil with these rugs.
  • They manufacture all their products in the United States, meaning they provide significant employment to Americans, and consumers aren't paying import tariffs on products made in other countries.
  • They have a very strong recycling program. You can be at peace knowing you're not hurting the planet too much every time you buy their products.
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