Looking for a dhurrie, durrie, durri or dari or Indian rug? Well, you have hit the jackpot as The Greige Warp handmade rugs will simply mesmerise you. Handmade rugs or dhurries are a type of traditional Indian floor covering that is woven by hand or on a loom using cotton, wool, or jute. They are typically flat-woven, which means that the warp and weft threads are tightly interwoven to create a flat, sturdy surface. Dhurries come in a variety of colours and patterns, including bold stripes, geometric shapes, and intricate designs. They are often used as floor coverings or as mats for sitting or sleeping. In some parts of India, dhurries are also used as wall hangings or as coverings for furniture. Dhurries are prized for their durability and versatility. They are lightweight and easy to move and maintain making them a popular choice among fast-paced people who are always on their toes and always hold a special place in the hearts of people who appreciate slow home decoration. The Greige Warp handmade rugs which are hundred per cent cotton and flat can be easily hand-washed or machine washed, but the ones that have beautiful loop designs are advised to be dry-cleaned or spot cleaned. Similarly, for the handwoven rug which is carpeted avoid machine wash as that could result in ruining the pasting. But, washing with hand and a light brush is advisable. Today, dhurries are popular around the world as a stylish and eco-friendly alternative to conventional floor coverings. At The Greige Warp, they are made using natural dyes and sustainable materials, making them a popular choice for environmentally conscious consumers. So what are you waiting for? Check out our all-time favourite handmade beauties. Tags: #handmaderugs, #sustainability #sustainablehomedecor #handmaderugs, #vocalforlocal, #Dhurries, #indianrugs