A dhurrie (also dhurri, durrie, durry or dari) is an Indian term for a handwoven rug or a thin flat carpet, an item of home furnishing used traditionally in South Asia as floor-coverings. The dhurries have unique designs inspired by the state of origin such as multicolor stripes, one of the most popular patterns. Dhurries are made manually by chut. IKEA and Agocha have been sourcing dhurries for their stores. Dhurrie weaving was a big industry in rural India. Dhurries are used traditionally in South Asia as floor-coverings.
The concept of dhurrie is a little bit different from a rug or carpet, because they are used for bedding or packaging, not only as a floor covering. But since the dhurries serve the same purpose as carpet or rugs they can be described as one. The cotton dhurrie is warm in winters and cool in summers. Cotton dhurrie rugs India are the first choice when it comes to rugs. The cotton dhurries online India will pump up the style in any space while adding warmth to the entire ambiance.
This floor rug is handwoven in recycled fabric. Recycled fabric combined with cotton makes it functional as well as aesthetically appealing. It requires a lot of effort to manufacture as it is hand-woven.
This cotton dhurrie is hand woven in india and will be Great for uplifting any settings and will be a classy addition to any living space and can pair it with any modern or country interiors.
This Dhurrie is durable and is sure to add charm and style to your room decor. Each Durry is woven on a loom using cotton and wool yarn. Most are made in India (rural areas). As with all area rugs, dhurries have their pros like they’re reversible, have many patterns, woven tightly, and comparatively low-priced. Shop with confidence!