“Crisp and classic white rugs that will never go out of style”

A floor covering consisting of a piece of heavy fabric, especially one that does not cover the floor’s entire surface is called rug.

A rug is a floor covering of shaggy or woven material used to cover part of a floor. Rugs in particular area rugs and oriental rugs are made of some sort of pile knotted on to a cotton foundation. Materials can include wool, silk, cotton, camel hair, goat hair, sea grasses and synthetics. Rug tends to be a piece of heavy fabric, usually with a nap or a pile, that are used as a floor covering but do not extend over the entire floor. They can also be the treated skin of animals, for example a bear white rug.

Both in Great Britain and in the United States the word rug is often used for a partial floor covering as distinguished from carpet, which frequently is tacked down to the floor and usually covers it wall-to-wall. In reference to handmade carpets, however, the names rug and carpet are used interchangeably.

Production regions:

Today, most crisp and classic and Oriental rugs are still produced in the eastern part of the world — with India, Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan, China, Turkey, and Nepal accounting for most of the market. Nepal has risen in the past 50 years as a small but important rug exporter. The country is known for its modern designs and ability to meet demand from US and European consumers. Many Pakistani producers now produce wool/cotton blended rugs and modern designed rugs to meet demand from Western consumers.

White rugs:

Now a day’s crisp and classic white rug is become a popular style of floor decorating in all over the world. Whether you’ve got exposed wooden floorboards or a carpeted room, you can make your home feel more intimate and cozy by laying large rugs in your living room, bedroom, dining room and kid’s room. Now modern, colorful, crisp and classic white rug come in a range of designs, styles and shapes to add an individual spark into a room’s decor.

How clean the rugs:

And most effective deep cleaning solution for area rugs is to have them rolled up and taken away for cleaning. With wall to wall carpeting, truck-mounted, hot-water extraction or steam cleaning work best. Cleaning rugs yourself with a rented extraction machine is fine as long as you don’t leave the carpet too wet and don’t use too much cleaner.