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Smart floor house carpets are an excellent choice for modern home designs and interior decoration, in addition to improving mood and health.

Modern interior design includes carpets as one of the defining elements that gives a room its character. There’s something special and delightful about handmade home carpets. It's possible that something about their intricate designs or finest materials makes them appealing. Or perhaps it's the uniqueness and love that is poured into each carpet. A smart floor home rug is the perfect addition to any home decor. They elevate the mood of any interior with their distinct colors, patterns, and textures and certainly, helps one to create the mood they want to bring in.

Ambadi strives to meet all home, office, and hospitality space decor needs. We have a large selection of tufted, woven, shaggy, hand-knotted, and handloom home and office carpet flooring for one to choose from. Our handmade carpets and rugs are rich in artistic tradition that emanates from hearty craftsmanship and spell luxurious pride for those who own them. Our selection includes both home and office carpet designs that cater to a variety of tastes and preferences, all at reasonable prices. The unparalleled trust and comfort that comes with sourcing from an industry leader make us the world's preferred Indian rugs & carpets design and manufacturing partner.

Large Scale Manufacturer

As of today, we have our own manufacturing facilities in various weaving areas of India, allowing us to offer a diverse range of Hand Woven, Tufted & Knotted carpets and rugs. We are fully equipped to handle large-scale orders with complete efficiency.

In addition to our standard carpets and rugs program, we specialize in custom carpets and rugs, where we keep yarn stocks to turn around orders in 30-45 days. Furthermore, we cater to major residential and commercial projects with our broadloom rolls, where we have extra wide looms to produce rolls in a width of 16 feet supported by an online drying chamber that can dry three rolls at the same time for a maximum length of 75 feet.

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Handloom is a type of weaving that is centuries old. The rug's foundation is a woven cloth, which is made with two sets of intersecting threads - a warp that is kept taut on the loom and the weft that is thrown through the warp threads - usually with a shuttle. The thickness of the rods determines the pile height in this case. Handloom carpets can only have a limited number of design patterns.

After the weaving is completed, a backing is attached to the rug using synthetic latex material, which gives the handloom carpet strength and prevents unraveling.

There are numerous reasons to appreciate handloom fabric. First, it has a beautiful, natural look and feel. Second, it is usually made from high-quality, natural fibers like wool and cotton. Third, handloom weaving is a slow process that allows for a lot of care and attention to detail. This results in a fabric that is well-made and built to last.

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Pitloom carpet weaving is a timeless craft. Weaving pitloom rugs and carpets is accomplished by intersecting the longitudinal threads, the warp, with the transverse threads, the weft, i.e., "that which is woven."

This technique is primarily used to create textures and can produce both thin and chunky pitloom carpets and rugs.

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Hand Knotted

This is the most ancient weaving technique for creating hand knotted carpets. A knotted-pile carpet which has raised surfaces or piles formed by the cutoff ends of knots are woven between the warp and weft.

The width and number of warp and weft, pile height, knots used, and knot density all have an impact on the hand knotted carpets. Most of the hand knotted carpets will be washed which gives them a plush and softer hand feel. These rugs are usually made from wool, but they can be also made from other materials like silk or cotton.

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Punja Rugs

Punja weaving is a craft that takes time, patience, and skill. Despite the introduction of power and heavy metal loom, Ambadi continues to use the time-honored wooden loom to create a stunning array of authentic and vibrant checks and stripes in hand-woven carpets and rugs.

This range of collections reflects our weavers' skill, creativity, and dexterity. Our skilled artisans pay close attention to every detail to produce the most luxurious hand-woven carpets and rugs.

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Hand Tufted

The tufting is similar to traditional rug-making methods, but instead of using a loom, the design is created by hand. It’s a type of textile weaving, in which a thread (wool) is inserted on a primary base using a hand tool called a tufting gun. This gun penetrates the stretched base fabric, forming a pile and the height of which is determined by the feeder. This process is repeated until the design is complete.

The yarn is then cut to the desired length, and the end is secured in place using synthetic latex material. With this technique, any type of hand-tufted carpet design can be created by altering the density.

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Berber Rugs

Berber rugs are also made using the tufting method, which is similar to traditional rug-making but involves the use of a tufting gun instead of a loom.

The most common patterns of Berber rugs includes diamonds, triangles, twigs, patches etc. They are usually arranged in a repeating format. Also, it is the natural color of the wool, which is usually cream or off-white. This is because the wool is not dyed, but instead it is left in its natural state, which gives the rug a rustic and authentic feel.

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Printed Rugs

Printed rugs are a popular choice for many people because of their vibrant colors, high-quality images, unique designs and patterns that are printed onto the surface of the rug using a digital printing process.

Material quality is of utmost importance when it comes to Ambadi's printed rugs and they are often treated with a protective coating to make them more durable and resistant to wear and tear. They are generally easy to clean, as they can be vacuumed or spot cleaned with mild detergents.

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