What is the difference between a hand-knotted and a hand-woven rug?
A hand-knotted rug is an area rug type made by individually tieing thousands of knots, typically using high-quality wool. Once knots are completed on the rug, the fibers are shaved down the accentuate the final design. Hand-knotted rugs take longer to make and are usually more expensive. Hand-woven rugs are also known as flatweave rugs and have low to zero pile. Hand-woven rugs are woven on a loom and are typically reversible.
What are the different construction types available within Well Woven Area Rugs?
A rug's construction refers to how the rug is made. There are two main ways an area rug is made, either handmade or machine-made. Within Well Woven Area Rugs, there are 16 hand-made rugs and 2,293 machine-made rugs. Check out our most reviewed product, the Barclay Medallion Kashan Red 8 ft. x 10 ft. Traditional Area Rug.
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