Wow. From sheep to floor. Unbelievably involved. Great story. How does anyone afford these with all the work that goes into making a rug? And they're beautiful too! Next BrLa popup?
I didn't know they actually have a tutorial for this. I would sure love to learn this. I am a huge fan of things which can actually come from family businesses. The technology which can only be passed on from different generations and not just printed plainly from books can be surprisingly awesome sometimes. The watchmakers and other craftsmen who do things not merely because of money but because it's something their fathers and grandfathers taught them to be proud of, are truly remarkable.
I am missing my son already. I am tired of giving him promises I can't keep. The things he had been asking were not really expensive. I can't afford it because I single handedly pay all the bills. I can't even buy food sometimes. I hate that we have to live in this kind of world. This is the time when people might say it's better to just close your eyes and try to sleep because it's better to wake up inside a dream than actually live a waking life of misery. Where can we source our gratitude then?
Hello. Thank you for your your in interest in our products and programs. We do not have a Baton Rouge pop up planned at this time, but we come to Baton Rouge to see clients. If there is something special you're looking for, we are always happy to show you what is in stock, or find the rug of your dreams. Feel free to email, or call us.
We are a rug and home furnishings store on Magazine St. in New Orleans. We are Nola's Best rugs.