a) Wool– Wool is a natural product and majorly high quality of wool are found in mountain region and are sheared from sheeps in countires like New Zealand, Nepal etc and can also be found in some Gulf countries and is even found in India in places like Bikaner etc. Wool is always in style. Luxurious and classic, it will complement and enhance your home for years to come. Wool continues to be the number one choice for the discerning customer desiring a quality floor covering that is available in variety of styles, colors and textures.
b) Natural Silk– Silk is a natural fibre made by the silk worm larvae. Silk is often used to make cloth. The cloth can be made into clothes, rugs, bedding, or can be used to write or paint on. Silk fibres are very strong. In the past, silk was used to make parachutes. In history, silk came from China and was very expensive. The practice of growing silkworms for silk production is called sericulture. Most spiders make a natural fibre that is also called silk.
c) Artificial Silk also commonly known Viscose– As the name it is an artificial product imported from different countries in India is the only known substitute of Natural silk. Since it is artifical so usually it costs almost 1/3rd the price of natural silk but gives the same colour and sheen effects.
d) Bamboo Silk– Bamboo silk are hand spun artificial yarns which is widely used in todays modern designs it has a very different look after finishing as colours become more vibrant after the rug is finished.
f) Saree silk– Saree silk carpets are basically made by spinning together saree silk wastes which are left after the saree weavers finish weaving their piece. It is a very durable product but has a lot of shedding over time.
e) Jute, linen, saneel, PET, polyster etc.