Cotton Floor Rug
- Dari export quality.
- Pure hand made.
- Can be used as a center piece.
- Easily washable.
- A Dari is an Indian and Pakistani terms for hand woven rug or a thin flat carpet, an items of home furnishing. Daris are used traditionally in South-Asia as floor coverings. The Dari have unique designs inspired by the state of origin such as multi colour stripes, one of the most popular pattern. Dari weaving has a big industry in Pakistan. Dari are made from old used sweaters and they are of cotton and wool. It’s a recycle product and now world is changing and people outside Pakistan more interest in preloved and recycle products. They come in variety of colour combinations and patterns catering to the needs of any taste or occasion. The concept of Dari is little bit different from a carpet because they are used for wedding or packaging, not only as a floor covering. But now they serve the same purpose is carpets. It can also use as doormats. Daris have low maintenance cost as they do not get infected by insects responsible for destroying carpets. Waterproof, antibacterial, corrosion resistance, stain resistant, washable, durable, usable on both sides, made to last for years. Pakistani rugs, more than 500 years ago the Persians invaded Indo-Pak subcontinent from the Northwest, bringing with them their most treasured possessions, their meticulously hand crafted rugs. Overtime, this mingling of cultures gave birth to carpets with their own unique theme, delicate patterning and vivid palette of colours. Today, handmade dari/rugs are in great demand and are produced in different cities in Pakistan. Consider ally less expensive than other rugs of this genre, they are ideal for virtually every room in your home.Please note: These products are handmade and/or naturally produced. Some variance in pattern placement, minor size variation and colour variations may occur and may look slightly different from the photo s.