The freshest of the yarns is linen, a fiber that has a great diffusion in textile for clothing, but also for interior design, for its characteristics of antistatic material, thermoregulator, hypoallergenic and capable of absorbing the humidity of the rooms and promote transpiration and ventilation.
The linen rugs are bright, light, and contribute to creating a healthy living environment; they are appreciated for their exceptional freshness, and therefore used even in very hot environments.
Linen has a “green” soul, 100% sustainable, biodegradable and recyclable, which is combined with an important ability to highlight colours and chromatic effects. A linen rug, in particular when it is made on an exclusive project, is therefore ideal for creating environments with a natural and at the same time refined look.
It is a very ancient material: linen was used in the textile thousands of years before Christ, from the ancient Egyptians, Babylonians, Phoenicians and other peoples, for whom it was a ritual symbol of prestige and power. The Romans were the first to use it for clothing and for the home; its great diffusion in Europe occurred in the Middle Ages, but the peak was touched in the Renaissance, when a refined style of life was established that led to the production of linen sheets and shirts.
From the creative idea to the design, translating a concept into the language of weaving. This is how we create luxury rugs that are perfectly in tune with a general interior design idea.