To establish a discreet and elegant presence at the service of the space it is essential to know the behaviors that each technique and material of rugs adopt according to the characteristics of each environment.

To establish a discreet and elegant presence at the service of the space it is essential to know the behaviors that each technique and material of rugs adopt according to the characteristics of each environment.

SILK RUGS

Silk is a noble and precious natural fiber. Elegant, soft and light, it is an elastic and resistant material. Among the most popular qualities, the cleaning of which is greater the more the surface of the wire is, the fineness of which requires very complex and precise processing. It is cool in summer and warm in winter, has insulating qualities and can absorb one third of its weight in moisture. For this reason it is suitable in hot and humid climates.

NEW ZEALAND WOOL RUGS

Wool is considered an excellent thermal and acoustic insulator, guaranteeing a good degree of protection from humidity and a high natural flame retardant power. The rough and extremely robust nature of the fiber makes it very elastic and stable, allowing it to regain its original shape even under severe pressures, such as the presence of heavy furniture on the surface. Resistance to dirt makes wool rugs absolutely ideal for interior design.

BAMBOO SILK RUGS

Among the sustainable yarns, bamboo is more and more often mentioned, a fiber of pure cellulose shiny like silk. Bamboo silk is soft to the touch and very resistant. Its natural properties make it antibacterial and breathable as well as protective from UV rays and 100% biodegradable. Its brightness allows it a lively and complicit presence at any time of the day according to different melodies, configuring it favorably for positioning in relation to natural light sources.

VISCOSE RUGS

Viscose is an antistatic, biocompatible and recyclable artificial material, it has a remarkable color absorption capacity, translating lively and full shades. The extremely shiny and satin surface gives it a silk-like appearance, it can be unfolded much more easily and allows contact with people allergic to animal hair.

HANDMADE WEAVING

During hand weaving, the threads are woven to the loom and the warp by means of a spool. Originally the rugs produced with this technique are known as Kilim, rugs without fleece, now revisited in solid colors also suitable for modern environments and contemporary atmospheres.

NEPALESE KNOT

Among the most ancient craftsmanship, the Nepalese knot allows you to create rugs of the highest quality, resistant and durable over time. The manufacturing process requires that the design of the carpet is created by knotting the warp threads on a vertical loom. The accuracy of the design and the value of the artefact depend on the number of hand knots on the back side.

MANUAL TUFTING

The tafting process requires the fleece to be manually inserted onto a cotton canvas traced with a design. The unlimited choice of design, shape and color makes this technique one of the ideal solutions for contract projects and public environments. The carpet can be chiseled to create bas-reliefs and volume games. At the end of the process, a cotton fabric is fixed on the back of the carpet to compact the fibers.

MANUAL LOOM

This ancient process requires that the weft threads are passed through a vertical loom, horizontally wrapping the warp held in tension on the loom itself. Without knots, the weaving technique with the traditional manual loom allows a reduction in processing times and a consequent reduction in costs, while maintaining the appearance of a traditional carpet and the possibility of using the noblest materials. nobili.

SILK RUGS

Silk is a noble and precious natural fiber. Elegant, soft and light, it is an elastic and resistant material. Among the most popular qualities, the cleaning of which is greater the more the surface of the wire is, the fineness of which requires very complex and precise processing. It is cool in summer and warm in winter, has insulating qualities and can absorb one third of its weight in moisture. For this reason it is suitable in hot and humid climates.

NEW ZEALAND WOOL RUGS

Wool is considered an excellent thermal and acoustic insulator, guaranteeing a good degree of protection from humidity and a high natural flame retardant power. The rough and extremely robust nature of the fiber makes it very elastic and stable, allowing it to regain its original shape even under severe pressures, such as the presence of heavy furniture on the surface. Resistance to dirt makes wool rugs absolutely ideal for interior design.

BAMBOO SILK RUGS

Among the sustainable yarns, bamboo is more and more often mentioned, a fiber of pure cellulose shiny like silk. Bamboo silk is soft to the touch and very resistant.
Its natural properties make it antibacterial and breathable as well as protective from UV rays and 100% biodegradable. Its brightness allows it a lively and complicit presence at any time of the day according to different melodies, configuring it favorably for positioning in relation to natural light sources.

VISCOSE RUGS

Viscose is an antistatic, biocompatible and recyclable artificial material, it has a remarkable color absorption capacity, translating lively and full shades. The extremely shiny and satin surface gives it a silk-like appearance, it can be unfolded much more easily and allows contact with people allergic to animal hair.

HANDMADE WEAVING

During hand weaving, the threads are woven to the loom and the warp by means of a spool. Originally the rugs produced with this technique are known as Kilim, rugs without fleece, now revisited in solid colors also suitable for modern environments and contemporary atmospheres.

NEPALESE KNOT

Among the most ancient craftsmanship, the Nepalese knot allows you to create rugs of the highest quality, resistant and durable over time. The manufacturing process requires that the design of the carpet is created by knotting the warp threads on a vertical loom. The accuracy of the design and the value of the artefact depend on the number of hand knots on the back side.

MANUAL TUFTING

The tafting process requires the fleece to be manually inserted onto a cotton canvas traced with a design. The unlimited choice of design, shape and color makes this technique one of the ideal solutions for contract projects and public environments. The carpet can be chiseled to create bas-reliefs and volume games. At the end of the process, a cotton fabric is fixed on the back of the carpet to compact the fibers.

MANUAL LOOM

This ancient process requires that the weft threads are passed through a vertical loom, horizontally wrapping the warp held in tension on the loom itself. Without knots, the weaving technique with the traditional manual loom allows a reduction in processing times and a consequent reduction in costs, while maintaining the appearance of a traditional carpet and the possibility of using the noblest materials.

Sharing with our customers the knowledge acquired on the most sought-after traditional craftsmanship techniques means telling millenary stories of distant cultures and creating added value to the creation of space.

Sirecom provides design consultancy and bespoke customization services for private and public residential spaces by collaborating and enriching the work of expert architectural firms as well as private individuals in search of the most suitable solution for home sizes.

Sharing with our customers the knowledge acquired on the most sought-after traditional craftsmanship techniques means telling millenary stories of distant cultures and creating added value to the creation of space.

Sirecom provides design consultancy and bespoke customization services for private and public residential spaces by collaborating and enriching the work of expert architectural firms as well as private individuals in search of the most suitable solution for home sizes.