Carpets are crafted from a wide variety of materials, each of which comes with its advantages and disadvantages. In the case of common carpet materials, one of the most fundamental differences is between natural fibers and synthetic fibers.
Natural fibers include wool, cotton, silk, sisal, jute, bamboo, and coconut fibers. The most popular natural carpet fiber in carpets is cotton, a material that has the advantage of being very elastic and heat-resistant, can withstand high loads, does not scratch, is hypoallergenic, and can be easily washed. However, it has the disadvantage of readily collecting dirt and felting. Silk is also popular and impresses with its noble, glossy appearance, is soft, and has a high tear resistance. It is however not particularly robust. Typical synthetic fibers include Acrylic, polyester, polypropylene, and viscose. Synthetic fibers have the advantage that they are less sensitive and easier to care for than natural fibers and tolerate wetness well.
Almas Kavir Carpet company has always believed in using the best materials and with the highest quality to provide the best customer service. The priority in Almas Company is always to use the highest quality natural and synthetics fibers for all carpets. Different Almas collections provide various designs that attempt to cover a large number of different tastes in the carpet. If you are interested in traditional carpets, we suggest you Kerman & Tabriz collection. If you are interested in modern and vintage carpets, we offer you The ELEGANT collection. Also, if the classic and neoclassical designs are attractive to you, you have a large number of choices, despite the ASHRAFI, DARBARI, and SHAHKAR collections. The colors, shapes, and materials of our carpets are based on the latest findings from fashion and lifestyle. For our carpets we are constantly traveling the world to share the latest developments out of fashion, to incorporate furniture design trends and other trend products in the creation of unique carpets.
Dr. Baniasadi (February 2021)