Some of them includes:

Bamboo Carpets

Bamboo is wood, and as such, he manages to make very cozy, warm, and natural rugs:  bamboo rugs.

They are usually worked in sheets of about 15 mm, although acceptable laminates are also made with braided wire. They are usually made on a felt base with rubber dots.

Bamboo rugs are very eclectic, all-purpose rugs, with many colors and above all practical. You can even use a damp mop to clean them.

In summary:

warm, inexpensive, trotting, and cheerful. Good value for money.

Wool Carpets

They are natural, warm, and cozy, although their disadvantages are that they are delicate, get moth-eaten or caked, and need more care than other types of rugs. And besides, they like water less than a gremlin.

With wool, rugs are woven warm (how could it be so) and resilient. They can be very dense and can be braided with either tall, fluffy hair or just bare hair, depending on the braiding.

Although it may seem strange to us today, in other times, they were the most common, not because they were cheap, but because there were hardly any other types of rugs to be found.

In summary:

Warm and sturdy but expensive and delicately maintained carpets.

Jute Rugs

Jute, like papyrus to the ancient Egyptians, seems what it is not. It is a plant with the appearance of not having broken a plate, yet it is essential in many areas of the planet to manufacture rugs and other elements.

It is a natural fiber with a raw appearance and a natural tone, not as rough to the touch as it may seem, and which also compensates for that relative roughness with its warm and lively appearance.

Jute rugs are used to make rustic rugs full of charm and, in combination with cotton, mixed rugs full of color and fantasy. It is easy to maintain, although it does not like water. You can check Unimat for more tips.


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