Yarns

A variety of yarns gives a versatile choice of woven carpet. Among others, we use these yarns to produce our high quality woven collection:

Sisal
Sisal is one of nature's strongest fibers, originally used for the production of rope. From the plant Agave sisalana. The leaves of this plant are ground to a pulp and then dried. Then the dried fibers are dyed and spun in a variety of yarns. Sisal is a versatile fiber, very durable and environmentally friendly. Additionally, sisal does not attract dirt and sisal is anti-static. An excellent choice for any type of interior!

Polypropylene
Nowadays, polypropylene is a very popular yarn for making broadloom carpet and rugs. Polypropylene can be used in various structures, even inside and outside, and has excellent light fastness and water-repellent properties. Maintenance and cleaning of polypropylene carpets and rugs are very user friendly and they offer good value for money.

Wool
With its rich history, wool is a pure beauty among carpet yarns. Shorn sheep and a true renewable resource. Wool yarns provide versatility in design, texture and colour. Wool is anti-allergenic and has a natural ability to repel dirt. Wool is anti-static and elastic, so it always tends to return to its natural shape.

Polyamide
Polyamide yarn is available in many different structures and compositions, with many possibilities in colour. Polyamide is a very durable and resilient yarn, with excellent properties for residential use. Polyamide carpet in various structures is also ideal for heavy traffic project environments, especially because of the excellent fire-resistant properties. Polyamide yarn retains its shape and keeps its look and feel over a long period. Polyamide has ondergone strong developments in optics and displays a very rich and luxurious appearance in different variations.