A PLACE FOR ALL NEED

INDOOR FLOORING

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RMC COLLECTIONS- Be it your Master Bed Room or Dining Area , we comprise of all Indoor Rugs and Carpets to  floor your world. We have the core power to fulfill the specific needs of each client through our skilled designer and art creator

OUTDOOR FLOORING

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Hey Buddy !!!! when we say outdoor RMC Collections Really comes with  special collection of Outdoor Rugs. Whether its your pool Side Rug or Picnic , We have a large collections to choose ranging from pool mat to picnic Dhurry

HOME DECOR ACCESORIES

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Time to renovate your Home Decor? Well RMC COLLECTIONS has a vast collection of home decor accessories from our Rich Poufs to excellent pillows, poufs and Prints.RMC COLLECTIONS has been continuously working  over the years to explore its Range of Poufs , Cushions and pillows satisfying thousand of client with a happy end smile.

EVERYTHING WE CREATE, WE CREATE BY HAND.

WEAVING TECHNIQUES

KNOT BY KNOT AND THREAD BY THREAD, SKILLED ARTISANS BRING OUR DESIGNS TO LIFE.

OUR CERTIFICATIONS

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HAND KNOTTED

Rugs are the products of very high handcraft quality.With this technique each knot forming the rug is tied by hand, one by one. There are different ways to make a knot in a rug, each one with its features and qualities. The knotting is one of the most important elements to estimate the quality of a rug, since the knot density is a quality indicator.

SOUMAK

Soumak is a type of brocading or flat woven pile. Thicker than Kilim, it is accomplished by looping the yarn horizontally around successive pairs of warps in between passes of over-under wefting. When compressed vertically with a weaver’s comb, the resultant texture looks like cabling rising slightly from the surface of the rug. Sumak is named for the village of Shemaka in the Caucasus where this technique was widely practiced.but it certainly was not invented there. Sumak has been practiced extensively across the rug productions world, from Central Asia to Iran, the Caucasus, and Turkey.

HAND TUFTED

HandTufted rugs represent a very good alternative to hand knotted rugs, since the prices are less expensive, due to the simplicity of the manufacturing process.nevertheless the quality remains very high, even if not comparable to the quality of a hand knotted rug, whose maintenance is easier, since they are washable with water and repairable. Also silk and viscose can be used, This technique has the pile inserted into a latex support using a tufting gun. At the beginning of the production the support is cut into the right shape and size and after this it is fixed on a working area. A drawing of the pattern is made and projected on the material to transfer the image..After the tufts of the chosen colour are inserted, using the tufting gun, in the supporting material. Then a latex layer is applied to fix. The finishing of the rug requires last layer of latex which will be covered with fabric, in order not to damage the floor where the rug will be used.

KILIM

It consists of vertical warp combined purely with successive passes of horizontal wetting. If the wafting is compressed vertically with a weavers comb so as to cover the warps entirely, it produces ‘weft-faced’ tapestry. By manipulating the wefts in different colors, they can be made to produce the design of the kilim. When changes in color are accomplished by vertically successive rows of diverging wefts around two adjacent warps, this produces small gaps or slits-so-called slit tapestry technique. Alternatively the diverging wefts in different color may stagger back and forth vertically across two adjacent warps-so-called dovetail tapestry.

SOUMAK

Soumak is a type of brocading or flat woven pile. Thicker than Kilim, it is accomplished by looping the yarn horizontally around successive pairs of warps in between passes of over-under wefting. When compressed vertically with a weaver’s comb, the resultant texture looks like cabling rising slightly from the surface of the rug. Sumak is named for the village of Shemaka in the Caucasus where this technique was widely practiced.but it certainly was not invented there. Sumak has been practiced extensively across the rug productions world, from Central Asia to Iran, the Caucasus, and Turkey.

INDO TIBETAN KNOT

In Tibet, a distinctive rug-weaving technique is used, A temporary rod which establishes the length of the pile is put in front of the warp. A continuous yarn is looped around two warps and then once around the rod. when a row of looses finished, the the loops are cut to construct the knots. we got this technique in India and starting calling it INDO TIBETAN.