- Follow @JosephsRugs
Tis the season for giving!
For those gently used rug you wish to replace, donation might be the way to go. Resale values are currently low for area rugs, so we recommend donating them to your favorite charitable organization. Not only will your gift benefit someone else, but you can also receive a deduction on your 2014 taxes! Below, you will find a list with some of Joseph’s Imports’ favorite charities. Please share with us your favorite cause?
About: TattleTails is an up-scale re-sale shop that operates to benefit the Humane Society for Hamilton County’s programs and mission. They are currently in need of donations of gently used clothing, accessories, home decor, and unique gift items. The shop’s first promotions will focus on fall & winter items. How to donate: Donations will be collected at the back of the store during regular store hours. Sunday-Monday 12:00pm -5:00pm, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 10:00am -6:00pm, Thursday 10:00am -7:00pm Location: 2 350 E Conner St. Noblesville, Indiana Contact: https://www.facebook.com/TattleTails2350
About: Second Starts, established in 2002, addresses the household start-up needs of families in housing crisis in the Indianapolis Indiana area. This is accomplished by accepting donations of new and gently used household items. How to donate: Second Starts offer a drop off location, as well as a pick up service. Call to set up a time. Location: 40 East 126th St. Carmel, Indiana Contact: 317.569-0089 http://www.secondstarts.org
The Indiana Historical Society
About: Your contribution to the Indiana Experience is a contribution to our Hoosier heritage. We believe that history should not be merely viewed, it should be experienced, and your gift helps fund the unique programming you and your family enjoy at the History Center: Destination Indiana, You Are There, and much, much more. Together, we’ll continue our work preserving our heritage and help you find your connection to our shared experience, today and yesterday. How to donate: Contact for more information. Location: 450 West Ohio St. Indianapolis, Indiana Contact: Diana Mutz 317.233.6578 or email@example.com 317.234.2670
We are very excited to announce our involvement with the Historic Twin Oaks’ Home and Garden Show! The show will feature several of our rugs in the former estate of Ruth Lily. Stay tuned for more details.
The Boteh pattern is one of the most common patterns found in oriental carpets. It is characterized by a pear-like repeated motif pointing upwards, although sometimes you see it in alternating directions. The pattern does not have specific iconography, but is sometimes viewed as a flame, a leaf, a bush, or a mother and child. It also resembles the imprint from a hand. What is your favorite rug pattern?
Many fashion trends make their way into interior design. Lace hit the catwalk several years ago and has subsequently become a popular design idea for the home. Come in and see these lace inspired Lamontage rugs!