Home Design Carpet and Rugs presents an array of exquisite fibres for all your carpeting requirements. Below is a summary of our fibre options. Kindly visit our showroom to explore and feel these remarkable choices.


Providing softness, colour, and stain resistance at a lesser cost compared to nylon carpeting, our polyester carpets come in an extensive range of cut and loop pile styles to cater to all preferences. Please visit our showroom to view our broad selection of polyester carpets.

Polypropylene (OLEFIN)

Since the 1980s, polypropylene or olefin carpet has been a favoured carpeting choice. Our polypropylene carpets are highly resistant to colour fading, as they are pigmented with a solution dye instead of water-based dyes. Solution-pigmented fibres go through a process where the colour is melted into the yarn. One of the most robust fibres, polypropylene carpets do not stain or lose their colour due to bleach, sunlight, or harsh chemicals. Come to our showroom to see our extensive selection of polypropylene carpets.


Nylon carpeting is one of the most versatile and prevalent synthetic carpet fibres. While this is a more expensive fibre, nylon carpet is resilient against wear, receptive to dyeing, and incredibly soft. Our nylon carpets are commonly treated to be stain and mildew-resistant, as well as flame-retardant. Visit our showroom to view our remarkable nylon carpet offerings.


Wool is the most traditional, natural, and pure fibre that can be used to make carpets. Wool is sheared from sheep, spun into yarn, and then woven to create this fibre. Wool fibres consist of small springs that offer significant flexibility. These springy coils increase the carpet’s ability to bounce back, making it more resilient against wear. Wool is naturally stain and fire-resistant, hypoallergenic, and long-lasting. Wool is also a green choice as it is renewable and biodegradable. Visit our showroom today to see our selection of beautiful wool carpets.


Seagrass fibres are an eco-friendly choice made from the grass in flooded rice paddies. Although dyeing is challenging, the yarn from Seagrass is remarkably durable. Available in various neutral tones, this natural fibre adds a unique Zen-like ambience to any space. Come and view our selection of Seagrass fibres in-store.

At Home Design Carpet and Rugs, we procure only the finest materials. Hence, regardless of the fibre you select, your investment will undoubtedly last. With exceptional quality and unbeatable prices, Home Design offers the best value for carpets and rugs.