Nejad’s very fine investment quality Persian Tabriz Silk & Wool
rug 10′ x 14′ in Elkins Park PA modern residence.
For over 33 years Nejad Rugs has offered one of the largest
inventories on the East Coast of exceptional quality new and antique
genuine Persian oriental rugs. These exquisite rugs are expertly woven
by master weavers using superior quality wool and dyes. The color
palettes and timeless designs compliment a wide range of decorating
styles ranging from traditional to contemporary.
For more information please visit www.nejad.com
This regal looking rug style – rich in both detail and history – certainly
elevates the ambience of the ample New Hope dining space for which it seems
tailor-made. Nejad Rugs fine hand knotted large mansion size 12′ x 18′ four
season Persian Bakhtiari rug, expertly woven in semi-worsted New Zealand hand
spun wool, has the perfect warm colors that look rich and inviting in clients’
beautiful banquet sized dining room in historic New Hope, Bucks County, PA.
Visit the Nejad Rugs showroom at 1 North Main Street in the heart of historic
Doylestown and browse an amazing selection of new and antique rugs in a spacious
and relaxed atmosphere. Or visit our warehouse in Quakertown PA for enormous
selection and savings – call Nejad at 215-348-1255.
Nejad provides complete sales and service of Oriental Rugs for New Hope, Newtown,
Langhorne, PA and all of Bucks County and is currently offering huge savings on its
extensive inventory of rugs and runners. For product detail about Nejad’s Khesti
Bakhtiari rug #M010MTRT or for info about the history of this rug
follow the links below:
Dear Theresa & Ali Nejad,
Thank you so much for the kindles. My students have been using them daily
since they arrived at school. I use many different free apps to help them
with letter recognition, number identification, reading, number and letter
writing. I have students who have gained confidence in their abilities in
kindergarten from using the educational apps.
Students who were a behavioral challenge love using the kindles as a reward.
Students who have fine motor difficulty are writing numbers and letters on
the Kindle using their finger. I am hopeful that they will become more
comfortable with writing on paper soon.
The most exciting thing about the kindles for my students is the interactive
and rewarding activities that are on the apps. They like the learning games
too. The kindles are used to help differentiate instruction. Some students
require further letter or number recognition. Some are ready to add and
subtract. Some students are ready to read stories on the Kindle.
The most popular apps are Elmo’s ABC’s, Elmo’s 123s, and Starfall. When I
see a student confuses a letter with another, I put them on Starfall to
practice those letters. I then check for understanding after the activity
and they have learned the correct letter. Because of your generous donation,
one third of my class has an opportunity to use the kindles at least twice
Nejad Rugs has been contracted by a prominent Bucks County PA businessman to wash and repair 40 smoke damaged Oriental Rugs. The client, working with his insurance company, trusts Nejad Rugs’ 31 years of experience to expertly service his rugs.
In the handling of such a formidable job, remediation of both visible soot as well as the various types of odors
from smoke damage due to fire requires the application of careful, stepwise methods using proven techniques – but most importantly the judgement and experience of a qualified Oriental rug expert. The restoration process for
each damaged textile can vary depending upon the extent and type of damage.
It is important not to attempt to wash or deoderize a smoke-damaged rug as the first course of action. Deoderizing will only mask the odor (wood fires, plastic fires, other synthetics odors) and will be effective –
if at all – for a short time only. Washing, as the first course of action, is also ill-advised as that would only result in spreading soot both into the rug pile as well as smudging the surface.
Money, time and your rugs can best be saved by contacting a professional fire restorer and rug restoration service as soon as possible after any damage has been incurred – this information usually available through your home insurance agent. If you need immediate assistance or have any questions please call Nejad Rugs in Doylestown at 215-348-1255.
Nejad Rugs of Doylestown has donated a beautiful handmade 5′ x 8′ area rug designed by Theresa Nejad for the Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County’s signature event – Hard Hats & High Heels – held in recognition of the generous support of community volunteers and supporters.
“Habitat Bucks is only successful because of the partnerships that we have forme over our 26 year history. The people who received awards on Friday night are among our most important partners, and all play a significant role in helping low-income, Bucks County families find affordable housing,” said Florence Kawoczka, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County.
The mission of Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County (Habitat Bucks) is “Building homes, empowering families.” Habitat has an open-door policy. All who believe that everyone needs a decent, affordable place to live are welcome to help with the work, and they accept volunteers and supporters from all backgrounds who are willing
to serve people in need of decent housing.
Habitat for Humanity – Bucks County
Wood tones, simple lines, relaxed designs, rustic, durable, timeless … Stickley Furniture. Using superior construction techniques and the highest quality materials, the Stickley name has been synonymous with excellence in the furniture industry for over a century.
Not only did the early 20th-century American furniture created by the Stickley brothers use solid construction methods, traditional joinery techniques, and the highest quality woods, but even more, it showed a genius for design – creating hundreds of new forms that were at once beautiful to look upon, practical to use, exceedingly
strong and long-lasting, and perfect for the new ways American families wanted to live.
The popular usage of the term ‘Craftsman’, which denotes a style of architecture, interior design, and decorative arts representative of that very period, originates from the trade name that Gustav Stickley chose for his Craftsman line of Arts & Crafts furniture. The underlying principle of the Craftsman philosophy, and the
Craftsman style home, was “Honesty of Design” – a value promoted by Stickley in his monthly magazine, The Craftsman, in which he offered a new house plan in every issue.
While the terms Craftsman and Mission are sometimes used interchangeably the Mission style is more typically southwestern and is a style influenced by the stucco-faced edefices of 18th century Spanish missions as well
as the native Americans in the Southwest.
The Craftsman house is, arguably, a unique structure – artisan-constructed, architect-designed – using natural materials with design features conforming to the environmental surroundings. The interior spaces of these early 20th century homes typically resonated with simple, beautiful, functional, harmonious, hand-crafted, high quality, and durable amenities: from furniture to built-in woodwork to doors and windows, fireplaces and stonework to fabrics and textiles, wallpaper to rugs and tapestries.
Nejad Oriental Rugs has donated a handmade $450.00 rug for Pride of Quakertown’s fund-raising event. Pride of Quakertown is a local charitable organization helping children and families in Quakertown, PA.
Pride of Quakertown
The Sayre Mansion was the first house built in the wealthy neighborhood called Fountain Hill in Bethlehem – more than a hundred years ago. Not only did Robert Heysham Sayre – chief engineer of the Lehigh Valley Railroad – build the Sayre Mansion, but he also founded the Fountain Hill Opera House and assisted in the building of the Bethlehem Iron Works, which later would become Bethlehem Steel.
Christmas City USA
A tradition which began in 1937, the Citizens Christmas City Committee helps
to organize and plan the look of Christmas in the City of Bethlehem –
including the display of over 800 trees that will be lit (sparkling white
lights adorn those trees in the Historic Moravian District and beautiful,
LED colored lights on the trees in the SouthSide Arts District) during this
2015 Christmas season.
The entire Bethlehem retail district is festively decorated featuring beautiful
door and window displays and complimentary holiday refreshments to beckon and
revive any would-be weary Christmas shopper. Christmas-themed carriage rides,
bus tours and walking tours – there is even a “Live Advent Calendar” – provide visitors a traditional, enriching holiday experience – the authentically-costumed guides leading the way to the museums and historically-preserved houses decorated as they would have been by the Moravians who occupied them in the 17 and 1800’s.
Named by Travel and Leisure Magazine in 2006, One of the Top Holiday Markets in the
Entire World – Bethlehem’s Christkindlmarkt is an arts & crafts market modeled after Europe’s open-air holiday marketplaces. Set under large heated tents, this holiday outdoor emporium features vendors catering to the entire array of possible gift-giving ideas – including Christmas-themed crafts and artwork. There is, of course, entertainment and fun activities for the kids – not to mention the perfunctory visit
from you-know-who (Santa Claus).
Experience the magic of Christmas in historic Bethlehem! From the holiday
charm of the Christkindlmarkt Bethlehem™ to rockin’ New Year’s Eve celebrations,
there are more than 50 different holiday events and attractions to explore
in Christmas City USA!
“After visiting oriental rug stores with a big web presence only to be extremely disappointed by their small stores & rug selections it was a pleasure to find Nejad Oriental Rugs in Doylestown, Bucks County, a real importer with multiple warehouses and a truly unbelievable inventory of high quality Persian Rugs. Don’t waste your time elsewhere.”
– Dr. Joseph W. from Philadelphia