Vision, Mission and Values
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Vision.

We place you in the center of the past and the future.

We place you at the center of the past and the future; Ararat International keeps the old motifs alive and brings them together with today’s patterns by adhering to the methods of the past, improving them and preventing them from being forgotten. Ararat International produces the best and unique ortantal carpets of the world, turns them into art and immortalizes them.

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Mission.

We create handmade, unique, natural, traditional and modern carpets that will add value to you every day.

With our magnificent team and local people, we shear our sheep every day, wash their wool, spin it, and create wonderful colors with various plants in a completely natural way. We adapt the oldest motifs with new patterns to the present day, and sometimes we completely stick to the original. We turn 100% natural carpets, which we are excited about at every knot, into art for you without getting tired.

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Values.

Our core values that make us who we are have always been faithful to the present and integrated into modern life. We are honored with this. We care and are happy that our customers experience all these values in our journey.
  • Integrity
  • Honesty
  • Fairness
  • Trustworthiness
  • Accountability
  • Learning
  • Customer Experience
  • Passion
  • Balance
  • Fun
  • Discipline
  • Humility
  • Ownership
  • Result Oriented
  • Constant Improvement
  • Collaboration and Partnership
  • Leadership
  • Hard work
  • Diversity
  • Employee Development
  • Innovation
  • Quality
  • Teamwork
  • Simplicity
  • Idealism
  • Courage
  • Unselfishness
  • Self-Discipline
  • Self-Respect
  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Natural
  • Labor

ARARAT

STUDIOS

Welcome to Ararat Rugs, the beginning of truly great things! Bring your new architecture or interior designs together with our magnificent and unique rugs.

Have you seen the wonderful designs of William Morris?

A key figure in the Arts & Crafts Movement, Morris championed a principle of handmade production that didn't chime with the Victorian era's focus on industrial'progress.