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What is Bamboo? - Bamboo is a perennial evergreen plant that belongs to the true grass family Poaceae. It grows in diverse climates – from cold mountains to hot, tropical regions – and reaches heights of 125 feet or more. Bamboo is considered as the fastest growing woody plant, reaching full maturity in five to six years. Through the years, bamboo has found many uses; from food preparation to construction, its thin and flimsy appearance belies its true value click to buy Bamboo flooring . What is Cork? Cork is harvested from the bark of the cork oak tree, Quercus suber. As a material, cork consists mostly of suberin, a waxy substance that functions to prevent water from penetrating the cork tissue. Because of this property, cork in flooring provides resistance to water or moisture, and makes it possible for installation in places where other flooring types are not advisable. There are more benefits to having cork in your homes or office, click on the links below to learn more about cork. corck flooring. Solid Hardwood Floors- The traditional wood flooring, solid hardwood floors are made of wood through and through. Typically 3/4-inch thick, it provides excellent insulation and adds substantial strength to your home's structure. Solid wood floors come pre-finished and unfinished, in a wide variety of traditional and exotic species Hardwood flooring   What is Laminate? Laminate is a recent development in the flooring industry, introduced in the US in 1996. The surface of laminate is typically made of an extremely tough-wearing aluminum oxide with a printed photograph adhered to the surface which gives it that hardwood look. The core of the laminate is usually made of high density fiberboard. This construction allows laminate flooring to look good while at the same time being both affordable and durable. Laminates are a great addition for any high traffic area. Laminate flooring  Tiles Durable For Generations- Floor tiles are manufactured from hard-wearing materials such as ceramic and stone. Ceramic tiles may be painted or glazed, and are more uniform in appearance than stone. Decorated by nature, natural stone tiles, on the other hand, appear less uniform and may feature variations in color and
Rag rugs - The first floor coverings made in the American colonies were rag rugs. The people had no new materials to spare for floors and there was no corner store to go to for supplies. They cautiously saved every scrap of worn-out, used-up textile material from all sources. These scraps were usually wool, very seldom silk and in later years cotton. Remnants were cut into strips, sewn together and rolled into big balls to be made into rugs when time allowed. Old stockings, clothing and bed linens which had outlived their original purposes became valuable all over again.. Rag Rugs History(old and sold.com). In 1801, Joseph Marie Jacquard, a silk-weaver, invented an improved textile loom. The Jacquard loom was the first machine to use punched card. These punched cards controlled the weaving, enabling an ordinary workman to produce the most beautiful patterns in a style previously accomplished only with patience, skill, and hard work.. Fascinating facts about the invention of the Jacquard Loom(Idea finder.com). Zipper - based on interlocking teeth, was invented by an employee of Whitcomb Judson's, Swedish born scientist Gideon Sundback. In 1913 and patented as the "Hookless Fastener" and after more improvements patented in 1917 as the "Separable Fastener". Only after Gideon Sundbach, had remodeled Judson's fastener into a more streamlined and reliable form, was the fastener a success... Fascinating facts about the invention of the Zipper(Idea finder.com)Linen History - The botanical name of the flax plant is Linum usitatissimum. The English word, linen, is derived from the generic name, linum, and the term lint, from the old Scotch word, lin.In tracing its history, the monuments on the banks of the Nile, and scriptural records, yield the most authentic accounts of its early use and manufacture. Egypt was famous for her beautiful products of fine linens; at one time the chief and most profitable article of commerce. Reproductions of the drawings in the tombs of Beni-Hassan, show the processes,, frqm the sowing of the seed to the finished piece of cloth. ("The Ancient Egyptians," J. Gardner Wilkinson,' Chapter IX.)... About linen the flax plant(fleur d andeol.com) has Antique French linens, lace and fabric of the superb quality and outstanding craftsmanship which are the hallmarks of European tradition. Braided rugs begin their history in England. They were made by needlewomen of any kind due to the ease of their production. So, it was a habit to have a couple of home-made braided rugs lying around the house at any times. Then this tradition of braided rugs making moved on with the first pilgrims to the North America. Braided Rugs History(carpethistory). Natural fibers have been used for apparel and home fashion for thousands of years, with the use of wool going back over 4,000 years. In comparison, the man-made fiber industry began with the first commerical production of rayon in 1910. Fiber History(fabric link)..

Punja weaving of rug clip from india Varanasi. This handloom weaving techinque is for densed weaving. Punja is a tool used to dense weft yarn

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