The Matt Camron Blog

The Perfect Study

The Perfect Study

Today, I want to share with you a beautiful study designed by Thomas O'Brien.

A Family Affair with a New Twist

A Family Affair with a New Twist

If you are in Texas, pick up the December issue of Texas Live Magazine. This issue features Matt Camron and talks all about our new collection!

An Aspen Beauty

An Aspen Beauty

A recent issue of Veranda featured a fabulous home designed by the talented David Easton. The house is located in Aspen and has dramatic views of the Red mountains. Easton has designed at least a dozen mountain homes but for this project, he was inspired by the Nordic houses, especially…

Matt Camron in Prime Living Magazine

Matt Camron in Prime Living Magazine

The November issue of Prime Living Magazine featured an article about Matt Camron Rugs and our new flatweave collection. Check it out below.

Navajo Rugs

Navajo Rugs

Navajo rugs are becoming quite popular these days. Authentic Navajo rugs were woven in a flat weave similar to Kilims and Dhurrie rugs. Because these rugs were woven on small, portable looms, they are usually used as scatter rugs in today's homes.

Matt Camron in PaperCity

Matt Camron in PaperCity

Be sure to check out the September issue of Papercity Mag! Matt Camron's new flat-woven wool collection is a featured article in this month's home edition!

Luxe Magazine Article - June 2011

Luxe Magazine Article - June 2011

"Artists get a lot of their energy from their followers," says Matt Esfahani, owner, designer, producer and merchant of Matt Camron Rugs & Tapestries. "The more energy you get, the more you just want to keep producing." A former electrical engineer, Esfahani opened his first showroom in the River Oaks…

Kitchen Runners

Kitchen Runners

I love old antique rugs used in a kitchen. They add warmth and a splash of color to the room.
Usually runners work best in kitchens, but if you have an open kitchen without an island, an area size rug will work too.

The World's Oldest Rug: The Pazyryk Rug

The World's Oldest Rug: The Pazyryk Rug

The oldest hand-knotted oriental rug known was excavated from the Altai Mountains in Siberia in 1948. It was discovered in the grave of the prince of Altai near Pazyryk, 5400 feet above sea level, and clearly shows how well hand-knotted rugs were produced thousands of years ago. Radiocarbon testing revealed…

Khotan Rugs

Khotan Rugs

Antique Khotan rugs and carpets were produced in the oasis town of Eastern Turkestan, today part of the Xinjiang region in Western China. This area has had a steady production of carpets since the 17th century, peaking in the 18th and 19th centuries. Khotan rugs and carpets tend to be…