Carpets and Rugs by Fabrics
Carpets and rugs have always played an indispensible role in giving our homes a perfect makeover. In this segment we introduce you to carpets manufactured in combination with a variety of fabrics. The experimentation of this felted textile with various fabrics such as jute, silk, coir, wool and other synthetic fibres such as nylon, olefin, polyester etc. has lent us some of the finest creations in this regard. The beauty has been achieved through a combination of vibrant colours and varying textures coupled with diverse Patterns of Designs that give the most exclusive look to the tapestry.
This type have gained great popularity owing to their soft-silk like lustre and unique look because of their natural shades.
These form the most widely used carpets in households as they not only represent a gleaming look but also display remarkably traditional and decorative patterns.
Coir types are made of heavy-weight fibre such as coconut husk, which provides them high durability to withstand the rigors of day to day use.
Wool types known with their exotic workmanship in varying styles and particularly their Turkish and Persian patterns.
Nylon types are incomparable when it comes to features such as crush resistance, abrasion resistance, stain resistance, maintenance, and durability. All these coupled with their affordability make them the most commonly used rugs.
The rarest layouts in the genre of floor covers, bamboo types present the most unconventional form of tapestry. Their economic value and eco-friendly attributes lead to their varied uses not only as floor covering but also as wall drapes.
Staple / synthetic
These are the most contemporary class of floor covers exhibiting a rich and sophisticated look because of their blends with high performance fibres such as polyester, acrylic etc.