Valli dal 1860

Since 1860, this historic shop in Rome has been a reference point for those seeking mats, runners or small carpets of high quality for the home. After three generations, the customer is guaranteed to find what they need even today, from 'storini', the antique shutters typical of the centre of Rome, to the finest oriental carpets. Skilled craftsmen create every type of element of upholstery, for both indoors and outdoors, using natural mats made of vegetable or animal materials, offering the chance to buy not only a quality product, but also an object designed and decorated to measure.

Valli dal 1860

Monday through Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm and from 3:30 pm to 7:30 pm June and July closed on Saturday
Via del Governo Vecchio, 17, Roma, RM, Italia - +39 06 68801720 - http://www.vallitappeti.com

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