Different types of Rugs for your beautiful Home!

Having the right area rug can change the décor and ambiance of the room. Choosing the right one needs plenty of coordination with the rest of your décor; so go through all your choices before taking the decision with FabModula, listed among the best Interior designer in Bangalore.

Pick the perfect Rug for your home’ interiors with FabModula, one of the best interior designers in Bangalore. A trustable name when it comes to making your space shine in excellence. But before, let’s have a look at all the options you can choose from.

Woolen rugs

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Softness, warmth and colour are what wool rugs bring to your space. Naturally stain-resistant and a durabe fiber, woolen rugs are the perfect choice for high-traffic spots in your home interiors.

Depending on the technique of construction, below given are the different type of rugs you can choose from.

  • Hand knotted rugs
  • Hand loomed and flat weaved
  • Flat weave rugs
  • Hand hooked rugs
  • Hand tufted rugs
  • Programmed rugs

Natural fiber rugs

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From a casual look to a classy formal living, these rugs bring in an organic and neutral texture to the room.

Hair-on-hide rugs

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These are the unique pieces handcrafted for sophisticated living. Bringing in an elegant, organic and contemporary feel to your home, they are available in limited colour palettes.

Cotton rugs

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Softer alternative for jute or sisal rugs, cotton rugs are less expensive, fairly durable and perfect for a casual look. We, at FabModula, one of the leading Interior Designers in Bangalore is here to help you all the way through the process.

Synthetic rugs

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Machine made synthetic rugs give you a choice of opting from Nylon, Olefin and Polyester materials for your interiors. They are customized, which leaves you the chance of designing the rug and your home interiors, the way you want it.

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