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These rugs are similar to Kilim rugs or the Dhurrie rugs. Flatweave rugs have no pile, so they also don’t shed. You will find them crafted on a loom rather than hand-knotted. The weaving is by interweaving warp (length) and weft (width) threads. This technique of weaving makes the rug thin and highly exquisite.

However, unlike pile carpets, flatweave rugs are reversible. The design patterns on both sides of the carpet are the same in most cases. They are reversible, which means that you can use either side of the flat-weave rugs as and when needed.

Most flat weave or kilim rugs follow a geometrical and diagonal design pattern. These are low-cost and affordable rugs. They very much preferred flooring from bathrooms to kitchens.

Wool is the most essential and the primary material used to make a flat weave rug. Most flat weaves use wool for the warps and wefts, or both. Wool is the necessary weft material used with cotton warps. The other materials used instead of wool are the art silk.

Helpful Tip

Since flat woven area rugs are skinny, it’s essential to put a rug pad at the bottom. Placing a rug pad will help restrict the carpet from moving from its original place.


These rugs last long. And since they are reversible, you can use them in places of high traffic, and flip them over when you feel it is necessary.


This carpet can be cleaned with mild soap and water. Ensure you completely wash out the soap residue. Avoid Bleach. Professional cleaning is not necessary. Ensure the carpet dries fully before re-use by laying it out flat. Hanging the fabric has stretch out the design. Keep away from direct sunlight.

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