- Customizable in size and color
- Himalayan Wool
Lines began with Philippe Malouin sketching irregular parallel lines with wax crayon. A design which evolved through trial and error with the final aesthetic being part of experimental process. Special Tibetan craftsmanship was combined with a clever “dip-dying” technique for coloring the Himalayan wool. The combination of which achieved the same imprecise feeling of the original drawings of irregular lines with soft and uneven tones. An irregularity which is accentuated during production when the weavers use a different ball of yarn which results in a “glitch” in the design.
Any CERTIFICATION must be promptly requested to the cc-tapis sales team, when providing all other initial information necessary for the development of the rug/s.
All cc-tapis rugs produced in the following materials have been tested and have obtained the standard ASTM D-2859-06 surface flammability certificate:
— Handtufted-ULTIMATE category: wool, viscose, linen
— Handtufted-ESSENTIAL category: wool, viscose, silk, linen, aloe and lurex
— Handloom: wool, linen, bamboo silk and aloe
— Handknotted: wool, silk, linen, bamboo silk and aloe
If needed, cc-tapis can provide the ASTM D-2859-06 surface flammability certificate for specific rug designs produced for its clients.
Quote and lead time to be confirmed depending on the project.
Other certificates available upon request. Quote and lead time to be confirmed depending on the project.
cc-tapis does not recommend soil, stain & water, and fire protection treatments for various reasons:
— Soil and stain repellent treatments are not permanent and do not guarantee resistance to liquids at high temperature and PH <7.
— Strong chemicals used can be toxic.
Fire treatment is not recommended as all standard materials offered by cc-tapis have good anti-flammability properties and pass flammability test naturally.
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