60 Knot– Uses a thick yarn fiber. These rugs are very thick and plush. These are best suited for designs that are not too detailed. They work best in bedrooms and family rooms.
Super 60-Uses a thicker yarn fiber than the 60 knot. These rugs are very thick. Your toes sink right in. Best for designs without fine details. Best used in bedrooms and family rooms.
80 Knot-Uses a finer yarn fiber. More detailed rugs will work here. You can also add Silk to these rugs for a rug that catches the light and gives movement to a room. These are best suited for runners, bedrooms, living rooms.
100 Knot– Uses the finest yarn fiber in this style of rug weaving. Very detailed patterns can be achieved. These rugs have the lowest, densest pile of all of the Tibetan rugs. Silk is a nice addition to these rugs as well. Can be used in any room. This weave is suggested for dining rooms and entry ways.