India's and China's long and proud tradition of weaving, well established facilities s and highly skilled craftsmen enable us to push the borders of the traditional craft into reinventing the rug as an art piece.

We are delighted by to partake in this cultural and professional exchange. Volver blends Scandinavian practicality and artistic individuality with superb craftmanship, a vibrancy of colors and fibre textures.

  • Hand Tufting

    Volver producers its handtufted rugs both in India and China. Yarn is inserted into a cotton base by a pistol-like device and is fastened with latex. The yarn is then shaven and cut by hand. It allows to produce high pile rugs and sculpted surfaces.

  • Weaving

    Producing in India. An artisian intersects longitudinal threads (the warp) with stransverse threads (the weft). Working from the bottom to the top, the craftsmen create different patterns.

  • Hand Loom

    Producing in India. Hand loom is a manually operated loom. It is an apparatus on which weavers create fabric by interlacing the warp and weft threads with the help of bars and pedals. By providing tension on the warp threads, a hand loom enables the weaver to create cloth quicker and results in a more even weave. This technique is suited for more simple and geometric patterns.

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We work only with natural fibres, such as New Zealand wool, fine Indian wool, silk, bamboo viscose, wool felt and jute. 

The quality and properties of the fibres are determined according to diameter of the fiber, the color, strength, crimp and yield. 

In our palette we operate with 75 types of yarn, 30 natural shades and 1200 colors. This provides us with a wide creative playground. 


Each rug is a result of a team work by designers, suppliers, craftsmen and managers.

The process has many stages and involves several specialists throughout the value chain.

Design and manufacturing go hand in hand with physical prototyping as a central task. This ensures the best match between the artistic idea and the technical quality. 

After several rounds the approved prototype is a benchmark for streamlined production.