(deyim) Bilerek unutmak, saklamak, gizlemek, terviç etmemek manasında kulanılan bir tâbirdir. Haşır, eskiden hali ve kilim yerinde kullanıldığı ve onun altında kalan şeyler unutulup gittiği için bu tâbir meydana gelmiştir
The general designation for the textiles used as floor coverings Carpet backing: Fabrics or yarns forming the back of the carpet as opposed to the carpet pile or face In tufted carpets, there are two backings: a primary backing into which the pile yarn is inserted Secondary backing is a fabric that is laminated to the back of the carpet for reinforcement and dimensional stability Carpet cushion: A variety of materials placed under carpet to provide softness and longer wear when it is walked on In some cases, the carpet cushion is attached to the carpet when it is manufactured Terms also used: lining, padding, or underlay Carpet One Flooring Gallery, Miami: The best Flooring Retailer in the world! (we think)
A device used to clean rugs and floors, consisting of a metal or plastic box equipped with rotating brushes and pushed by means of a long handle. a simple machine for sweeping carpets, which does not use electricity
Floor covering produced at the village of Aubusson in central France. A centre for the production of tapestries and furniture coverings since the 16th century, Aubusson was granted the title of Royal Manufactory in 1665. In 1743 workshops were established to manufacture pile carpets for the nobility, and soon thereafter carpets were being produced in the flat-woven tapestry technique in floral and chinoiserie patterns. In the 19th-20th centuries the name Aubusson became synonymous with a flat-woven French carpet
Floor covering produced in a factory founded at Axminster, England, in 1755 by the cloth weaver Thomas Whitty. The carpets were knotted in wool on woolen warps, with wefts of flax or hemp, and featured Renaissance architectural or floral patterns. The factory closed in 1835 with the advent of industrial weaving machines. The name survives as a generic term for all machine-made carpets with pile similar to velvet or chenille
The red carpet is special treatment given to an important or honoured guest, for example the laying of a strip of red carpet for them to walk on. We'll give her some VIP treatment and roll out the red carpet. To welcome with great hospitality or ceremony
Any decorative textile normally made of a thick material and intended as a floor covering. Floor coverings made of plaited rushes date from the 5th or 4th millennium BC. Carpets were first made in central and western Asia as coverings for earthen floors; they were also used for blankets, saddle covers, storage bags, tent doorways, and tomb covers. Oriental carpets imported into Europe in the 16th-17th century were considered too valuable to be put on the floor and were often used as wall decoration. They are still popular wall decorations in Russia. Carpet weaving reached its peak of artistry in 16th-century Persia. In the West, outstanding carpets were produced at factories in 17th-century France and 18th-century England. Most handmade carpets are made from sheep's wool. Natural dyes were used until the 19th century, when chemical dyes were introduced. See also Aubusson carpet; Axminster carpet
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