Rug Making Process

Weaving Techniques

  • Hand Knotted
  • Hand Loom
  • Hand Tufted
  • Dhurries & Kilims 
  • Machine Made

Rug Choosing Guide 

  • Size
  • Patterns
  • Shape
  • Pile
  • Knots per Inch 

Rug Care

  • Silk Rugs
  • Wool Rugs
  • Bamboo Silk/Tencel/Viscose
  • Polyester/Polypropylene/Nylon
  • Cotton Rugs
  • Jute/Sisal/Coir/Hemp/Grass Rugs
  • Leather Rugs
  • Rubber Floor Coverings

Jute/Sisal/Coir/Hemp/Grass Rugs


Since water can stain jute, cleaning in the washing machine is not advised. Your jute rug needs to be vacuumed often using a low-powered vacuum cleaner and one without a beater brush. 

Vacuum your Sisal rug at least once a week with a suction only vacuum. Stains need to be dabbed repeatedly with a mixture of dishwashing liquid and lukewarm water until they’re gone. Dry quickly with a hairdryer to prevent excessive moisture from damaging the plant fibres.   

Vacuum Coir, Hemp and Seagrass rugs regularly as they tend to gather dust easily. Scrub stains away with a soft brush and soapy water making sure to blot dry and speeding up the drying process by using a fan or dryer since water weakens natural fibres like these. 


Some of these rugs are woven in squares and are then sewn together. Buying a few extra squares will help you hand-stitch new swatches into the rug if a spot gets ruined.

Rotate these rugs every 3 to 6 months to prevent uneven fading and wear.

Avoid exposure to sunlight to prevent colour fading. 

Bleaches, mildew removers, stain-resistant sprays, topical treatments or other strong chemicals are an absolute no-no. 

A professional cleaning is recommended every 12-18 months. 

Using a rug pad is recommended.