Changing the color of a rug can make a drastic difference to your interior design and save you money. There are a number of color wash options available, all which transform a rug into a new looking one instead of having to replace it. This finish can be performed to a rug of any size, any material * and the wash is completely safe to you, your family and pets!

Color Wash Options:

Overdye Finish:

Overdye Finish is exactly that – a color overdye for rugs. The dye goes deep into the fibers of a rug and the dye is permanent. There are three color intensity options available – heavy, medium or light. Popular colors are – yellow, orange, red, purple, light blue, gray, light green and dark green. Overdye finish can also be performed on:

  • Upholstery
  • Sofas / Couches
  • Armchairs
  • Dining room chairs
  • Curtains / Drapes

Antique Color Wash / Finish:

Antique wash finish, the term given to a compound wash, reproduces the effects of age. The brightest colors of a rug can be adjusted to smooth pasts through oxidation. The texture becomes softer and the overall feel is of a museum rug. It is normally used on a range of Chinese rugs which employ the more traditional designs and can sometimes be so authentic in appearance that experts have been fooled!

White / Silver Color Wash / Finish:

The antique wash for rugs includes applying a yellow tone to the rug which gives it that rich antique look, today, with white wash, you can achieve the same rich antique look without the yellow tone. The white / silver finish gives the rug material a richer, softer, nicer look and feel. Rugs that contain an antique wash finish can also have this yellow tone removed and have a white / silver finish.

If you sell rugs, color wash is also a great way to transform any rug to a trendy, trendy, modern, highly demanded and sellable rug.

Another benefit of color wash is that you can turn any damaged rug, such as a rug with color run or air brush, to a sellable rug as well. Vegetable dye is also another option. Originally, all color dyes were made exclusively from animal and vegetable substitutes (vegetables dyes).

This service is a new fashion trend in rugs and will be around for a while. It's the perfect option to help keep up with your yearly interior design upgrades all while saving money.

* polyester rugs does not take to these finishes.