Shaw Rugs


Shaw Rugs

Shaw rugs are made by Shaw Living, which is a division of Shaw Industries, a Berkshire Hathaway company one of the largest soft floor-covering manufacturers in the world. Shaw rugs, is a leading maker of custom tufted, fabricated, printed and machine-woven products, and their selection and value are unsurpassed. From affordable printed pieces to heirloom-quality works of art, each one has been designed to contribute aesthetic value and style to the home, and in consideration of the lifestyle of today's consumer. From design to delivery they consistently pay attention to detail, as well as a commitment to excellence, which truly makes it a respected leader in the industry and a perennial favorite among consumers.

Shaw rugs are just one of the many ways they focus on their customers. They consider the customer that they service everyday as the lifeblood of their business and it shows in everything they do. This consideration for the customer, is the motivator and stimulus that is the force behind the aggressive effort put forth to provide rug designs and colors that are the leading edge and just right for any décor. Their commitment to you means not only beautiful products at affordable prices, but ones that are made of the finest quality to ensure many years of enjoyment.

Innovative design and leading-edge technology have given this innovative company a unique position as a major U.S. producer of custom tufted, fabricated, injection-dyed (printed), and machine-woven products in wool and synthetic yarns. The production at their Ringgold, Georgia facility combine time-honored craftsmanship and the latest weaving technology. In-depth resources and commitment to customer service and reliable delivery are backed by the world's largest carpet manufacturer.

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