Shirley Shivhon is an interior designer from Los Angeles, California who also manufactures and sells hand knotted Tibetan rugs.
As part of this mission, SHIVHON supports GoodWeave’s efforts “to end child labor in the carpet industry and to offer educational opportunities to children in South Asia.” For more information, visit www.goodweave.org.
Shirley Shivhon states, “Our patterns rarely reflect the latest trends. Rather with passion and focus we choose a more thoughtful approach to our designs. Paying attention to details and working with natural fibers. We respect the natural environment and seek to create carpets that exude comfort, harmony, and an understated barefoot elegance.”
All of SHIVHON carpets are hand woven and require no machinery to be assembled. The fibers are combed and spun by hand and are made from all natural products that come from animal and plant fibers. These fibers are generally Tibetan wool and silk. These natural fibers are beneficial for the environment in that they are biodegradable, renewable, sustainable, non-allergenic, naturally stain-resistant and air purifying.
Since 2005 SHIVHON Rugs & Design have been featured in over 10 newspaper & Magazines. Elaine Louie of the New York Times published an article on February 16, 2011 about Shivhon Rugs and Shirley Shivhon entitled “A Touch of Spring From a Cherry Blossom Rug”. The article focused on one Shivhon’s most popular rugs aka the Cherry Blossom.
For More Information: (310) 463-0007 or visit the website shivhon.com.
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