Viscose Rugs

Add a touch of elegance with our collection of viscose rugs, known for their subtle sheen.

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Viscose Rugs: Experience Lustrous Softness in Your Decor

Viscose is a fibre that is obtained from the cellulose fibres of bananas, bamboo, and numerous forms of wood like beech, spruce, and eucalyptus. However, since viscose is only created in a chemical process, it is mainly made from synthetic fibres. Hilaire de Chardonnet, a French chemist, invented the fibre whose surface was quite identical to silk but was less costly to manufacture. During the Paris World Exhibition that was held in 1889, his artificial silk left the audience in awe.

The main properties of viscose are its delicacy as well as its velvety softness. Viscose rugs tend to look spectacularly stylish and noble blended with their simple elegance. The rug fibres usually reflect light; thus, creating a matt polish. The viewer can experience a different appearance depending on which angle they're viewing from and the exposure to light.

Viscose rugs are tufted and woven by hand. The viscose content can be 100% pure or the viscose could be processed from other fibres such as high-quality wool or cotton. Pure viscose rugs are suitable for people who are allergic to animal hair. They are durable and provide a wide array of decorative designs. They can also bind fine dust and also possess soundproofing properties.

A wide variety of designs, colours, and shapes

Viscose fibres can be coloured quite easily. This means that the choice of colours is not limited. These rugs tend to look just as great in white as they are in colourful turquoise. They come in natural tones such as delicate pink and silver. Also, they are available in classic patterns, patchwork designs, and oriental ornaments. They offer a delicate grey, shiny appearance as well as a silvery, metallic sheen. On the other hand, individual colours come in numerous nuances that range from delicate pastel to rich and strong colours.

Factors to consider when caring for your viscose rug

First, you should check the direction of your rug's fibres. This is essential because cleaning or vacuuming against these fibres could potentially damage your rug. You should vacuum with a special attachment for viscose rugs. Alternatively, you can use a classic rug sweeper. By doing so, you can remove coarse soiling gently and effortlessly from your rug. However, you should carefully vacuum in the direction of the grain. Do not use a normal brush.

Stains on the viscose rugs can be removed with the use of a standard dishwashing detergent. Here, put a small amount of the detergent in cold water and remove the stains using a clean cloth. If this does not remove the stains as expected, you can use white wine vinegar. Mix the vinegar with water and apply it to the stains using a cloth. You should only walk on the rugs after it has fully dried. In case you have stubborn soiling, you should consider professional rug cleaning.

Our viscose rugs provide a wide variety of selections which range from hand-woven designer pieces to hand-crafted vintage rugs to well knotted Nepal rugs. We are delighted to provide you with the appropriate viscose rug and also answer any questions regarding these silky, shimmering types of rug.

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