Custom Rugs


 

Hand Tufted

Hand Tufted rugs provide flexibility in their use. The use can range from a custom rug in a lobby or dining room all the way to wall-to-wall carpet in a ballroom. WEL International Hand Tufted Rugs and Carpet designs are limited only to your imagination. Hand Tufted rugs are created by printing the design on 100% cotton primary backing then hand tufting the fibers into the printed design. A secondary backing of cotton mesh and latex are attached to the back once the tufting is complete to provide stability and a smooth finish on the back of the rug. The available pile types are cut pile, loop pile and cut and loop pile with a carved or uncarved finish.
The following fibers can be used to made a Hand Tufted rug:
1. Wool
2. Silk
3. Bamboo Silk
4. Viscose
5. Nylon
6. Polypropylene
A combination of fibers can also be used.

Hand Knotted

Hand Knotted rugs are the most elegant rugs made and are a piece of art. The rugs are made by an artisan who hand ties each knot. The quality of a Hand Knotted rug is determined by the number of knots per square inch. The pile of a Hand Knotted rug can be cut, cut and loop, and it can also use different pile heights. The largest a Hand Knotted rug can be made is 20’x30’.
The following fibers can be used to make a Hand Knotted rug:
1. Wool
2. Silk
3. Bamboo Silk
4. Viscose
5. Hemp
6. Linen
7. Mohair
8. Nettle
9. Tencil
10. Polypropylene
A combination of fibers can also be used.

Hand Loom

Hand Loom rugs are made on a hand run loom. The finish of a Hand Loom rug looks like a Hand Knotted rug. The biggest difference is the design has to be linear or geometrical and cannot have the intricate designs of a Hand Knotted rug. The pile of Hand Loom rugs can be cut, cut and loop or all loop. The largest a Hand Loom rug can be made is 20’x40’.
The following fibers can be used to made a Hand Loom rug:
1. Wool
2. Silk
3. Bamboo Silk
4. Viscose
5. Linen
6. Tencil
7. Polypropylene
A combination of fibers can also be used.



Flat Weave

A Flat Weave rug is made on a flat loom the fibers are woven together. Designs for a Flat Weave rug must be linear or geometrical. A Flat Weave rug looks like a thick piece of woven fabric and the face and the back look the same. There is no pile in a Flat Weave. The largest a Flat Weave rug can be made is 20’x40’
The following fibers can be used to make a Flat Weave rug:
1. Wool
2. Silk
3. Bamboo Silk
4. Viscose
5. Hemp
6. Linen
7. Mohair
8. Tencil
9. Polypropylene
10. Polyester
A combination of fibers can also be used.

To find out how we can bring your vision to life, call us at 800-710-8422 or fill out the Contact Form.