Oriental rugs generally represent extremely good value for money. The decision to buy a Chinese rug, as opposed to a Persian or Turkish one, for example, should be based on a combination of an affinity with the general character of Chinese rug, and whether or not they represent value for money in comparison with other rugs on the market at the time.
However, one advantage that Chinese rugs have over rugs from other countries is their level of standardization and quality control; a prospective buyer can be certain that one 90-line Standard Chinese rug will, with very minor variations, be just as good as the text.
Chinese design shuns away from clutter in favor of accenting the living space with carefully chosen pieces, each adding its own specific value. With that said, however, Chinese decorating is often much more lavish than what you will find in the minimalist Japanese design.
With its perfectly balanced yet complex beauty, is typically made up of vibrantly colored patterns and textured objects set against darkly wooded furniture. Ivory carved figurines, porcelain vases, lacquered fixtures, bamboo, scenic tapestry and wall hangings, all serve to set a mystic and harmonious environment.
With its design traditions dating back to ancient times, it is easy to see why the Chinese decorating style has continued to increase in popularity, reaching into all quadrants of the world today.