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Dover Rug & Home
Dover Rug & Home
Dover Rug & Home has been designing, weaving and importing fine, one-of-a-kind hand-knotted rugs and carpeting from around the world for three generations. From its humble beginnings in a small showroom in Dover, MA to its state-of-the-art 30,000 square foot showroom in Natick, MA, Dover Rug & Home offers the finest rugs, carpets, custom window treatments and hard floor service options in New England. Additionally, the company offers free in-home rug trial with no obligation to purchase, lifetime trade-in guarantee on all hand-knotted rugs, free in-home consultation and free pick-up and delivery, along with repair and restoration, cleaning and installation services.
Adjacent to the Dover Rug & Home showroom is Dover Squash & Fitness, a 6,000 square foot professional squash-fitness club. With its mission to promote overall health and well-being in our everyday lives, this facility is home to both the Dover Squash Academy, which provides squash lessons, clinic, and summer camps for students, while also organizing tournaments and exhibition matches for world ranked players to assist with player development and DanceFIT Studio, which offers children’s ballet classes, dance inspired yoga, Pilates, Zumba, and a signature barre inspired balletFIT™ workout.
The recipient of the Best of Boston Home 2011 award, Dover Rug & Home is also the proud sponsor of more than fifty charitable organizations each year and has received the CNC Reader’s Choice award for ‘Best Carpet Store’ eleven years in a row. Previously nominated for the Retailer of the Year Award, Dover is member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), International Furnishing and Design Association (IFDA), and World Floor Covering Association (WFCA). Company CEO, Mahmud Jafri, was recently named one of the “50 Most Influential People in New England” by INDA New England and was the recipient of the 2013 Immigrant Entrepreneur Award for “Outstanding Neighborhood Business” by the Immigrant Learning Center and has been appointed by Governor Deval Patrick to his Advisory Council on Immigrants and Refugees.