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Kilim rugs is a tapestry rug woven from fairly harsh, thick wool. Kilim artistry is high compared to the price and there is a fantastic variety of Kilim designs. The best prices for kilims are often in long narrow strips rather than room size kilims.
Classic Tibetan designs exemplify our inspired recreations of an antique collection which once adorned the aristocratic estates of Tibet. Woven in Tibet from handcarved and handspun Tibetan highland wool.
Oriental rugs are fine crafted rugs that contribute nicely to any formal or informal setting in your home. Oriental rugs blend wonderfully with contemporary, formal, ornate, casual and traditional decorating styles.
Southwestern rugs are a traditional style of rug that has been produced by Native Americans. Now, southwest rugs are made all over the world but many indigenous families continue to produce these rugs in the traditional way.
For spreading personality around a room, the area rug has few rivals. What could be more elegant than an heirloom quality Oriental area rug atop a gleaming hardwood floor, or more charming than a handcrafted braided area rug on timeworn pine planks.
Knotting by hand is most prevalent in oriental rugs and carpets. Kashmir carpets are also hand-knotted. Pile carpets, like flat carpets, can be woven on a loom.
Hooked rugs are cheerful, handmade rugs produced using scraps of fabric or wool. Antiques - especially early North American hooked rugs - can be expensive, but their modern equivalents are much more reasonable.
Axminster carpet was a unique floor covering made originally in a factory founded at Axminster, Devon, England, in 1755. The name Axminster, has survived as a generic term for machine-made carpets produced by techniques similar to of velvet or chenille.
Braided rugs are an American tradition that, as with many crafts, developed out of a need and then developed into an art. Braided rugs made today, are still enriching homes with a timeless quality, compatible with decor of many styles.
Today, hand or machine made pile rugs in graphic, contemporary designs are produced. Although those by 'name' designers and one-offs commissioned for hand-weavers are obviously expensive, cheaper massed produced versions can be very reasonable.
Dhurries are cotton rugs from India. They come in a huge variety of combinations of light pastels or bright colors. Their patterns are unique and reversible.
The name Aubusson comes from a small town in the Cruse Valley, France. Carpets made in this manner have no pile and are woven with a traditional thick-thread tapestry weave on looms.
Call them what you please ... area rugs, throw rugs, scatter rugs ... there's a vast assortment available from every part of the world. The term "rug" generally applies to a handmade piece, while the term carpet refers to goods made by machine.
Juvenile and kids rugs can be used to designate a warm, comfortable setting to meet your special needs. Whether your school, church, home or agency needs a cozy reading corner with books on the floor.
The centuries-old Chinese textile industry is rich in history. While most antique carpets are classified according to a specific region or manufactory, scholars attribute the age of any specific Chinese rug to the ruling emperor of the time.
Flokati rugs are Greek hand-woven area rugs made from 100-percent wool that are almost always a natural, off-white color. They have been produced for centuries and were a staple of early Greek shepherds.
Moroccan rug generally have bright bands of color alternating with bands exhibiting geometric and mound like forms. They are frequent in Moroccan rug flat weaves and envoke desert scenes.
Carpet-weaving in Persia dates back to the Bronze Age. Common motifs include scrolling vine networks, arabesques, palmettes, cloud bands, medallions, and overlapping geometric compartments rather than animals and humans.
The Savonnerie rug, aristocrat of rugs of the Western world, was first produced in 1628. The Savonnerie rug has a textured pile, knotted by hand in much the same manner as an Oriental carpet, with a Turkish knot.
Tribal rugs are part of a tradition very different from that of the finely woven floral carpets with which the name Persia has long been associated. Yet tribal rugs have a power and vitality of their own.
Turkish carpets (also known as Anatolian), whether hand knotted or flat woven, are among the most well known and established hand crafted art works in the world. The carpets are always hand made of wool or sometimes cotton, with occasional additions of s
Flat woven area rugs are rugs that are woven on a loom, rather than knotted. Some well known examples of rugs made in this style include aubussons, kilims, sumaks, needlepoint, and tapestry rugs.
Area rugs made with wool are thought to be much more durable than those made with alternative materials, thanks to the naturally tough consistency of the substance.
An animal print rug is ideal for adding a visual interest to a room. There is everything from leopard print area rugs, zebra print rugs and tiger stripe rugs and many more.Take a walk on the wild side with an animal print rug.
Under the patronage of the Mughals, Indian craftsmen adopted Persian techniques and designs. Indian carpets are known for their high density of knotting. Hand-knotted carpets are a speciality and widely in demand.
Custom rugs are becoming increasingly popular. Usually, a high quality velvet pile carpeting is cut in various shapes and forms and pieced together to form an overall design. Use any variety of colors or pattern to mix or match with your room's theme.
Accent rugs are probably one of the best accessories that you can add to a room to really accentuate and bring out a theme or style.
Accent rugs can be braided, Persian, Orientals, rag, hooked and just about any other design.
Sisal rugs make an interesting and comparatively inexpensive flooring. Sisal rug usually comes in natural colors, but can be dyed. Dust and dirt usually fall through the sisal rug which can be lifted up for cleaning.
Lodge area rugs are very warm and inviting and come in many rustic designs as well as a variety of sizes. Styles include wildlife, moose, bear, deer, elk, fish, pinecone and a variety of other lodge themes.
Bath rugs provide the final touch to any bathroom, plus rugs keep your toes warm and dry. Classic white, printed patterns, solid colors, accent, and floral designs are just a few rug styles to choose from. Bath rugs are great for comfort and convenience.
Coastal rugs are inspired by sand and sea. They take their inspiration from coastal communities like Key West. The color palette reflects the beach — aqua, turquoise, blue, white and beige.
The "axminster" power look was invented in England in the early 19th century. It was invented to simulate the beauty of hand woven carpet. Axminster rugs are unique due to their intricate designs and European flavor.
Berber Carpet is Loop-pile carpet tufted with thick yarn, such as wool, nylon or olefin. Often having random specks of color in contrast to a base hue, this floor covering has a full, comfortable feel, while maintaining an informal, casual look.
Whether you choose a room-size loose-laid or wall to wall permanently installed over a cushion, this soft floor covering, offers many practical advantages.
The tufted carpet is the most common manufacturing technique. It implies poking yarn tufts in a textile support close to a sewing machine. The carpet is then equipped with a folder (rewoven, jute, plastic or cotton) pasted on the back of the tuft.
Padding can be placed underneath the carpet to add comfort and provide some noise insulation. The level of comfort is determined by the type of material used, which can include memory foam and rubber regrind.
Most laminate flooring does adequately replicates the look of wood floors. Unlike real hardwood, laminate block flooring don’t have imperfections or dents, which contributes to less wasted materials.
Laminate is a floor covering that appears similar to hardwood but is made with a plywood or medium density fiberboard core with a plastic laminate top layer. Laminate may be more durable than hardwood, but cannot be refinished like hardwood.
Laminate flooring tile looks like ceramic tile or stone, but without the expense and required maintenance. Laminate tile flooring has a photographic layer under a clear protective finish. It is easier to install and maintain than ceramic or stone.
Laminate plank flooring is a multi-layer product fused together. Laminate flooring planks simulate wood grain with a photographic layer under a clear protective finish. It is usually easier to install and maintain than traditional hardwood flooring.
Luxury Vinyl Tile comes in a variety of lengths and widths. Therefore, it’s better suited for imitating materials like stone, granite, and concrete. LVT can float, peel-and-stick, be glued down, or snap together for easy installation.
Luxury Vinyl Plank can mimic the look of traditional hardwood floors. They can float, be glued down, or snap together. LVP can also be smooth or textured to mimic different types of materials.
Entrance mats and runners are an essential additions to any facility because they help reduce slips and falls and will keep your floors clean from the outside elements. Mats are available in a range of materials including carpet, vinyl link, and rubber.
Linoleum is the most sustainable flooring choice. It is made with linseed oil, pine rosin, ground cork dust, wood flour, and mineral fillers. Naturally resilient and insulating linoleum can help reduce energy used for heating, cooling and lighting.
Vinyl cove base provides a finishing touch to any room. It is an inexpensive option if your looking for an way to add protection because its outer wear layer resists scuffs and scratches and covers minor flaws in wall and floor.
Vinyl floor tile is frequently chosen for high-traffic areas because of its low cost, durability, and ease of maintenance. VCT has high resilience to abrasion and impact damage and can be repeatedly refinished with strippers and buffing equipment.
Unlike tiles which are made of minerals, resilient flooring is made of materials that have some elasticity, giving the flooring a degree of flexibility called resilience. The flooring is available in large sheets or pre-cut tiles.
Sheet vinyl flooring has been around for decades and is still very popular. It's made using a printing process that mimics the look of natural stone, ceramic tile or hardwood. It comes in a roll that is cut to size, perfect for kitchens and bathrooms.
Engineered hardwood has a thin solid wood layer on top with a composite core. It can be a less expensive option than buying hardwood, but it cannot be sanded and refinished. This flooring typically is installed with a click-lock method.
With prefinished strip flooring, the finish is applied at the manufacturer's facility. These strip floors require less time to install because the sanding and finishing process has already happened. The strip flooring is ready to walk on immediately.
Many different species of wood are fabricated into wood flooring in two primary forms: plank and parquet. Hardwoods are typically much more durable than softwoods. Wood is a common choice as a flooring material and can come in various styles, colors, cuts
With prefinished solid plank flooring, the finish is applied at the manufacturer's facility. These plank floors require less time to install because the sanding and finishing process has already happened. The plank flooring is ready to walk on immediately
Solid hardwood floors are made of planks milled from a single piece of timber. Solid wood floors have a thicker wear surface and can be sanded and finished more times than an engineered wood floor.
Hardwood flooring is valued for its natural beauty and comes in a countless number of colors, styles and species. Hardwood flooring styles range from traditional to contemporary. It has also gained popularity for its charm and relative ease of maintenance
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