Handmade Rugs Cape Town-South Africa
Rugs are natural insulators and will help cut down on noise, plus provide warmth and comfort for bare feet.They are easier to clean than carpets and allow you to add color and style to an otherwise neutral room. Rugs are another way to keep up to date with the latest seasonal colors. They are available in a myriad of densities, typically ranging from up to 30 knots per inch (very coarse) to 290 knots per inch (very fine). Area rugs are decorative centerpieces that can help set the overall look and color of your room. Machine made rugs are less expensive and are not considered long term investments. Woven rugs are created on automated weaving looms in which multiple colors of yarn are sewn into a backing material. Some of the earliest existing examples of area rugs are 14th Century synagogue prayer mats, and there is evidence that the area rug industry flourished in both Spain and the Middle East for several centuries before increased trade with other countries created a high worldwide demand for beautiful, unique rugs for home decorating purposes. Larger rugs are generally used in family rooms or dining rooms. Runner Rugs are perfect for hallways, stairways and doorways.
Area rugs Cape Town transform any room with one of our hand-knotted, hand-tufted, machine-made or shag area rugs. Area rugs provide a focal point for your room’s design. They not only add to the look of a room, but also create an ambiance adding color, shape, and texture. Area rugs come in all different sizes and shapes with the most common shape being a rectangle. Area rugs can protect your floors and either help retain warmth or insulate against heat. Area rugs can be a wonderful statement of artistry and beauty in a home, regardless where they are placed. Area rugs in front of a sofa bed should be very close to the same size as the sofa if not exact dimensions. Area Rugs with dark or dense patterns also work well to provide a cozy feeling. Finally, we recommend using a rug pad, it will prevent your area rug from slipping & sliding, it will also add cushion to the rug, helping prevent abrasion of the fibers on the back of the rug, and making vacuuming more effective.
Persian weavers discontinued the use of synthetic dyes until the modern synthetic chrome dyes were developed in the years between the First and Second World Wars. Persian rugs are one of the most enduring design styles in home decor, popular for many centuries. Persian rugs are also distinguished by their material, dye and knot count. Iran has long been known as a major producer of hand-woven Persian rugs. Generally, Persian rugs are classified by the region in which they are made. What really sets Persian rugs apart is their curvilinear designs. The knot count is high, generally one thousand knots per square inch, making for a very tight weave; this is called a Persian knot. Persian rugs are the perfect rug for the person who wants to bring a little bit of history and style into their home or office.
Flokati rugs are traditional rugs, classic rugs, contemporary rugs, transitional rugs and modern rugs. Flokati rugs are great for photography, also great for photos, photo shoots, film and advertising. Flokati is a hand crafted wool shag rug that is made from the finest wool for elegance, comfort and durability. Flokati rugs originated in the Greek mountains and have a natural, soft and cozy appeal. Whether you’re looking to decorate your teenager’s bedroom or add a touch of luxury to your fireplace area with a plush Flokati area rug, you’ll discover an abundant supply of appealing decorative area rugs. Shag rugs, also called Flokati rugs, are very popular due their varying thickness and wool rugs provide a natural style. Flokati rugs offer substance for photo shoots and are a valuable commodity in today’s world of photography.
Finding outdoor rugs and mats for the patio, gazebo, deck and any other exterior areas is a treat. Outdoor rugs are available in almost as many styles as rugs for the homes interior. Outdoor polypropylene rugs can help you design your outdoor area at a very affordable cost. Outdoor rug runners are specifically designed to fit many hallway widths. The quality of outdoor rugs make them a go-anywhere solution. Match the rug with your outdoor furniture’s look and feel, but don’t pick something that’s too loud as it might distract the eye from admiring your layout. Round outdoor rugs are great for an outdoor room that has seating and other kinds of furniture. What is great about a polypropylene outdoor rug is that you can wash time and time again without damaging the rug itself. There is nothing more welcoming than an indoor outdoor rug that greets you and your visitors at the entrance of your home. A door mat is certainly fine, but why not try a reversible and waterproof outdoor rug that will cover more area and look more pleasing.
Runner Rugs are perfect for hallways, stairways and doorways. You may decide to brighten up your otherwise dark hallway with a rug runner or cover and charm your slippery staircase. They can help reduce the risk of injury on slippery stairways or wet floors. These rugs are great under dining room tables, at entrance ways, or anywhere with lots of traffic like hallways and stairs. The purpose of carpet stair treads is to protect your stairs from wear and tear and damage in the form of scratching and chipping, from normal every day use. Stair treads and stair runners are without a doubt one of the most important aspect of staircase safety. For runner rugs (rugs that are noticeably longer than they are wide and typically used in hallways and on staircases) and area rugs that aren’t surrounded by furniture, determine the border you would like to have around the rug; leaving about 18 to 36 inches between the rug and the wall creates an eye-pleasing border.
All pile rugs are woven with knots, but different weaving groups use different knots. Weaving normally begins by passing a number of wefts through the bottom warp to form a base to start from. Woven rugs are created on automated weaving looms in which multiple colors of yarn are sewn into a backing material. All pile rugs are woven with knots, but different weaving groups use different knots. The art of carpet weaving existed in Iran in ancient times, according to evidence such as the 2500-year-old Pazyryk carpet, dating back to 500 B