Aubusson rug is a kind of decorative carpet that created by Franch people centuries ago. The beauty and elegance of Aubusson rugs are rather distinctive that well-recongnized as ornamental elements across the western countries.
Aubusson rug take its name from the town of Aubusson, positioned in the middle of France, near Lyon, along the River of Creuse.
A carpet consists of two parts: one is "foundation", which is formed by warp and weft yarns and the other is the "pile". Warp yarns are the vertical strands of fibers stretching from the top to the bottom of a carpet. They are extremely important components because the knots are tied to them and the weft yarns are woven through them.