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Karimi Oriental Rugs
Oriental Rug Store
Today 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
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3630 E Fort Lowell Rd Tucson, AZ 85716
3630 East Fort Lowell RoadUSArizonaTucson85716
Oriental Rug Store, Carpet Cleaning ServiceToday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 6:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 6:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 4:00 pm
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4 reviews
"It is the best place ever in Tucson sales and repairs rugs."
"They hand wash it."
"NO carpet shampooer or NO products or scrubbing."
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Atheer Salem
a month ago
It is the best place ever in Tucson sales and repairs rugs. I had a valuable rugs that has a big piece that takes off. I brought it to Karimi and within 2 weeks my rugs not only was repaired, but I couldn't fined where was the missing piece. Wow! I really recommend him.
A Google User
4 years ago
This is one of those gems of Tucson that you wouldn't even be aware of unless you chanced upon the store through good fortune or had a friend wise enough to tell you to go to Karimi's before ordering that machine-tufted monstrosity from the Pottery Barn Catalog (many thanks to our friend and neighbor, you were right, we were wrong, there, we said it! :) Karimi's is quite literally covered from wall-to-wall with exquisitely colored and designed rugs from all over the world. Though the emphasis there is on handmade Persian rugs, there are rugs from all over the world in every size and color - and there are great options for every budget. But, if you're like me, a good selection of anything doesn't mean a whole lot when you can't appreciate what it is you are buying. And that is what truly separates Karimi's from the many other furnishings stores that my wife and I have purchased things from in the past. What you find when you enter Karimi's is an atmosphere of passion and an owner who truly loves what he does. Amir, is both gracious and knowledgeable, but even more importantly he has a respect for his clientele that I've rarely encountered in retail store owners. Amir is a man of seemingly infinite patience, deftly navigating the treacherous waters of husband and wife indecision and steering us gently when he found a direction we could both agree upon. We must have gone a dozen or more times during our quest for the perfect dining room piece. A process that took months, and one that during which he allowed us to "test" a variety of rugs - lending them for the weekend - until we found the perfect one. Had that been all, it would have been above and beyond what most stores will tolerate in a patron. But It wasn't enough for Amir that we simply purchased from him. He saw to it that we fell in love with these works of art long before we bought our first one. My wife and I came to find that it is Amir's goal to pass on his own passion and enthusiasm for rugs to anyone interested in learning more about them. And for us, he made the process of learning about them joyful and exotic and mysterious and wonderful all at once, taking however long was necessary to explain the subtle differences in design and quality; describing the various weaving styles and dye ingredients; and giving history and background to the peoples who've carried on these traditions sometimes for millennia. He showed us that it wasn't just a rug's origin or tightness of knot that ultimately defined it; that it was much more complex and magical. He showed us that two rugs woven in the same year, of the same materials, in the same village with nearly identical patterns can reveal striking differences when it comes to value - and that knowing this and learning about it was what made it such a wonderful, never-ending passion. Go to Karimi Oriental Rugs. Have tea with Amir, and begin that same journey that my wife and I undertook. you won't regret it!
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Deborah Roberts
3 months ago
The rug and runner is beautiful and paid nearly $8000. Owner instructed how to keep it clean was with a dry or damp rag and PAT the spot. NO carpet shampooer or NO products or scrubbing. They hand wash it. Then I asked how much that would cost to hand wash from them, he said, "for free, we're friends now". I said "wow, that's awesome! Your sure? He said #yes". If he would have told me it would be between $800-$1000, I would have no to the sale. When the family was a bit angry that I spent that much money on something I have always desired, they calmed down after I repeated what the owner said about cleaning. We had it laid down for 2 months, then fostered a puppy, so rolled it up and called to have it cleaned. Watching on line the process is extensive, so I thought how nice they were offering free cleaning and how they preserve it from moths. The men came to pick up rug and gave an estimate of $700+ to clean. Told them what the ow.Dr said it was free, they were mad at their boss. I am not a liar. I am now thinking I was being defrauded by not telling me how much to clean when I asked. Them knowing the chance of my probable answer being, I cannot buy this rug knowing how much it will cost to clean it every time. Does what I'm saying makes sense to anyone?. You could not even put it down on floor knowing another $1000 EVERYTIME TO CLEAN IT. NO PHONE CALLS HAVE BEEN RETURNED TO ME. since then, my med ins won't pay for pre exsisting and coating me thousands. My hubby abandoned me after 23 years due to bad back and vaginal cancer. I alled to ask him to buy it back it back for $5000, used two months and cleaned for nearly $1000 +$8000 rug that's clean, wrapped, which he could resale. It is like brand new. And only because he lied to me to make a sale. I never complain and been ripped off enough due to my disabilities. I would like feedback if you agree with my thinking or not. I may ask people on FB.
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3 years ago


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