A Modern Weave rug comes in many classic patterns woven in contemporary colors. A modern weave rug is normally woven on big looms. The rug may have cut and uncut piles and loops. Various colorful yarns are used for making a variety of designs on the rugs. Most are made with jute backing that is safe for wood floors and all four sides of the rug are bound for improved durability.
Some modern weave rugs are machine made with a computer-controlled weaving machine that creates a repetitive pattern. These rugs are produced quickly and at low cost. However, they lack the amount of detail, depth of pattern and color when compared to a handmade or hand-loomed area rug. In many cases, the quality of the basic materials is limited and kept consistent to reduce the stress on the machine. Machine-made rugs can be made from wool, blended wool or synthetic material.
Machine made rugs are often used as area rugs because of their affordability and durability. As such, they may get stained or worn out with time. To preserve the form and color of your rug, it’s best that you have it cleaned every 12 to 18 months. It’s important to consult with a professional rug cleaner as an inexperienced cleaner may use the wrong solutions causing damage to your rug.