In the world of rugs, size is a predominant factor in the decision making process. Oriental rugs come in so many sizes and making sure you have the most accurate measurements is crucial. There are various ways of placing rugs in a room and this mostly depends on the environment. This is important when you try to figure out what size rug you need, but there are also many other considerations to keep in mind when picking your size, such as the room size and sections of obstruction. Now lets say that you have picked the right size rug that works perfectly in your room, but you decide you want to place this rug in a different room to make room for another beautiful hand knotted piece that you want to take its place. What if you decided to move and you do not want to sell or part ways with your oriental rug. This is where the rug resizing service comes into play which can be a very intricate process yet one that many can come to appreciate. Rug resizing can have varying levels of complexity and duration of completion. The procedure takes into account different aspects which will not only affect the time involved to complete the job, but also cost to the customer. The elements that the weaver must be aware of are the size of the rug, the density of the knotting, the dyes, and the design of the rug. For instance a rug which has a center medallion and has a floral pattern that is repeated with various motifs can be a tedious task for resizing. The weaver needs to have a keen eye and be able to take into account the design as a whole as well as in sections and the measurements requested by the customer. Sometimes depending on the pattern of the rug, the weaver/company performing the service will need to communicate with the client in order to make slight variations to the intended size so that it will conform to the uniformity of the rug’s pattern. This way the design on the rug will not look slightly offset after the resizing has been done. After the design has been considered the weaver needs to have the corresponding material and dyes so that when the rug is bounded after the cut, the rug will look as original as possible. Once these preliminary steps have been completed the weaver can then commence and begin the cutting process. This process can be done by a very steady hand with various ways of guidance or by state of the art machinery that will cut as precise as fine hair. As it can be seen this process can be very involved and every detail needs to be examined with accuracy and double checked so that there will be no room for any errors. If your rug needs some extensive repair due to pile damage or wear, you should look into our rug reweaving repair service.