Woven Velvet

Woven Velvet

A velvet carpet designed by carpet exporters in Panipat is the only choice for incomparable elegance, a flawless texture, and luxurious comfort underfoot. A velvet carpet crosses between a Saxony and a woven carpet, combining traditional carpet-making processes with a more contemporary, short, thick, and uniform cut pile. This clever mix creates a delicate yet compact ‘barefoot’ sensation. It’s the type of carpet where you’re not sure whether or not you should remove your shoes, and you probably should, just to be courteous.

Velvet carpets were formerly recognised as an asset for the family home. The increased price represented the professional production process, and the wonderfully velvety finish communicated excellent taste and a liking for the luxuries in life. Generations of large and tiny feet would tread on this velvet carpet day in and day out, gradually wearing it down until it achieved a style that some prefer. Velvet carpet is ideal for places with minimal foot traffic, such as guest bedrooms or formal lounges, due to its shortcut pile and fine strands.

What is the material used to make a velvet carpet?

Velvet refers to the weave rather than the substance; hence velvet carpets can be woven from a wide variety of natural and synthetic fibres. Velvet carpets were traditionally created with the highest quality sheep’s wool, but today’s contemporary variants use synthetic materials to extend the carpet’s life and make it more inexpensive.

Polyamide, polyester, Tencel, wool, or a wool/nylon combination can all be used. The Westend Velvet carpet collection from Westex is made up of 80% wool and 20% nylon for added durability and resilience, resulting in a wonderfully soft, dense pile that can withstand just about everything.

What are the features of woven velvet carpet designed by carpet manufacturers in India?

Golden floor furnishing provides a selection of cut pile carpets in various hues ranging from warm neutrals to elegant jewel tones, with beautiful velvet finishes and textured Saxony inspired surfaces. Woven velvet rugs are perfect for more formal settings. Velvet and cut pile carpets are made by cutting the loops of woven or tufted carpets during the production process. The degree of twist in the yarn determines how much texture is present in the carpet.

The smooth classic appearance of velvet is achieved when the yarn is fine and has a lesser twist. The appearance is more frieze-like if the yarn has a higher twist. The result is a Saxony texture if the yarn is a little thicker and has a lesser twist.

Shade and tracking are natural characteristics of cut pile and velvet finish rugs, and these surfaces will reveal bright and dark regions during use, similar to a fine velvet cloth. Due to the tight twist established in each tuft that forms a surface without a clear pile direction, higher twist yarns, and hence frieze finish carpets, do not display shadowing or tracking.

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    How to properly clean and maintain woven velvet carpet?

    Velvet is a silky, woven, tufted fabric produced traditionally of Silk. Cotton, wool, rayon, polyester, and nylon are examples of other fibres that can be employed. Because Velvet carpets are made with specific looms, a local carpet cleaner who does furniture and professional cleaning may not completely understand how to clean velvet carpets designed by carpet manufacturers in India.

    Velvet should be softly brushed in the direction of the nap, lifted with a fine bristle fabric brush, vacuumed, and then wiped with a soft cloth to remove any leftover fluff for routine cleaning and care. Brushing the face at 90 degrees and concluding in the nap direction should erase the deformities and restore the charm.

    Because velvet is prone to crushing and pile distortion, you should do vacuuming cautiously. Although swirling air from vacuuming seldom causes lasting deformation on the surfaces of upholstery cleaning products, you should test a small area first.

    Spots, spills, and stains that have been absorbed or allowed to dry need a more comprehensive examination. Mix a few drops of detergent solution in a cup of water and apply the foam with a dry white towel to the affected region. You may also use a dry cleaning fluid and gently wipe the place with a towel, following the manufacturer’s instructions.

    It is always advisable to buy rugs from reputed woven velvet carpet manufacturers in Panipat for better quality and durability.