Plush (Cut pile)

The Plush or Saxony cut pile features densely packed, uniformly sheared yarn that produces a smooth and luxurious surface, resulting in robust and aesthetically pleasing carpets.


Patterned (Cut and loop pile)

The production of patterned cut pile carpet involves the manipulation of cut-loop yarn into tufts of different sizes, resulting in a visually striking pattern throughout the carpet. This unique effect is achieved through the variation of tuft length.


Berber (Loop pile)

Berber carpets are crafted with loop pile and a blend of large and small yarn tufts. These carpets are made unique with multi-level loops, creating intricate patterns within a solid color scheme. As a result of their loop pile construction, Berber carpets are both aesthetically pleasing and exceptionally durable.


Sisal (No pile)

Sisal carpets are produced without any pile, utilizing only the natural fibres of the Agave Sisalana plant. The fibres are carefully woven together to achieve a seamless appearance and can be combined with other fibres to create a wide range of distinctive patterns.


Frieze/Shag (Twisted pile)

Shag and frieze carpets are constructed using twisted pile techniques. In the case of frieze carpeting, yarn tufts are twisted together to achieve a shaggy appearance, with the twisted strands curling at the top of the pile.


Carpet Tiles

Carpet tiles, which are typically utilized in commercial settings, are square-shaped sections of carpeting that offer an alternative to traditional rolls for installation purposes.