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Pile

The pile of a rug refers to the way the fibres are finished. These are either trimmed or untrimmed (or sometimes a combination of the two) to produce the required designs in a rug.




LOOP PILE

The loops of fibre that make up the rug are left uncut. The lengths of these may vary from design to design.


CUT PILE

The loops of fibre are cut, creating a pile on the surface of the rug.


CUT AND LOOP PILE

A combination of cut and uncut loops are used to create distinctive textured designs


FLAT - WEAVE

These rugs have interwoven, rather than knotted or tufted fibres, so they have a flat finish instead of a pile.