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Woven Carpet

Carpet produced on a loom. Warp pile yarns intertwine with wires and backing yarns called warp yarns. These yarns are locked in with the weft yarns. Warp stuffer yarns are included to provide extra stability. Weaving is a slower, more expensive, labor-intensive fabrication method than tufting. Woven carpet is distinguished by intricate patterns and tailored, controlled textures.

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...on a loom. This technique differs from the more common tufting process and results in a unique set of characteristics that are particularly appealing in commercial settings. Advantages of Woven Carpet in Commercial Spaces Durability and Longevity: Woven carpets are known for their superior durability. The interlocking nature of the weave adds stren...
Woven Carpet
...Woven Carpet: A Fusion of Aesthetics, Durability, and Practicality for Modern Commercial Spaces Introduction:In the realm of commercial floor coverings, woven carpet stands out as a premier choice for architects, interior designers, and commercial buyers. Its unique blend of aesthetic appeal, durability, and functional versatility makes it an ideal selection for ...