Geometric rugs – Conventional geometric carpet weaving fabrics in design that presents an accurate measurement of lines, angles, and curves. Basic colors and shapes to create a kaleidoscope of symmetrical patterns, while the two colors on the basis of solid color may also be used to create simple geometric patterns.
While India is credited for providing the longest line of traditional carpets are geometric patterns descended from Persia. There are tribal geometric carpets with different designs of stripes, squares, diamonds or other symmetrical shapes in the woven fabric. Mechanically made geometric rugs. Synthetic fibers that are colorfast and durable used to duplicate many traditional geometric rugs. Machines can simulate design much easier than handcrafting and is cheaper. The absence of all natural products, usually found in traditional options, usually noticed in machine made rugs.
Temporary Geometrical Carpets versus Traditional. Traditional rugs are not the same as transitional provisions blankets; a transitional period geometric rug can borrow designs from an original European or Oriental style. Original traditional geometric rugs will usually have reddish brown, black, red, navy, brown, white and green as the colors, while transitional rugs can use any color or design available.