Flatweave Dhurrie rugs have become a popular design choice for just about any room in the house. Dhurrie rugs are an ancient art form that originated in India as floor coverings and other uses. A dhurrie rug is made by weaving or interlacing vertical and horizontal threads of wool together either by hand or by loom. It has no pile or backing, so it’s reversible and lightweight.
With its rugged and durable flat-weave of dhurrie rugs, they are a natural choice in casual settings as well as formal settings. Dhurrie rugs are known for their beautiful colors and pattern arrangements. For centuries, Dhurries were used as bed coverings, threshold covering, mantle or mediation mats, among other functions. Dhurries can be larger in size than other rugs and are more frequently made of cotton than wool.
Flatweave dhurrie rugs are relatively easy to care for than most traditional rugs. Caring for your dhurrie rug includes regular vacuuming without a beater brush to remove dirt. To clean up spills blotting with a wet cloth is best. To avoid damaging the fibers, do not scrub a dhurrie rug. Professional cleaning is recommended for any valuable rug that you want to keep in good condition.