The dhurrie is characterized by being a flat-structure rug, formed from the crossover between the weft and the warp strands. It can be done on both vertical and horizontal looms.
The technique offers infinite finishes and the use of different materials. Simple designs can be created or more elaborate motifs can be achieved through the use of different densities.
Warp and weft enjoy the same prominence within the design configuration; since they are evenly spaced, both are visible.
These slim and lightweight rugs usually depict geometric patterns, presenting a firm, resistant and knotless surface, which make dhurries clean and easy to maintain.
Material produced through the process of recovery and reuse of polyethylene (PET) waste, from which a lightweight fiber is obtained. Recycled PET presents a high resistance to wear and offers good thermal properties, which makes it a perfect fiber for outdoor rugs.
The environmental benefits of this process are countless: it reduces environmental impact, avoids the use of non-renewable natural resources and reduces energy consumption.