Haptic Happiness with Longbarn Company Rugs and Carpets

Eucalyptus, pure mohair, space-dyed wool & Belgian linen are the backbone of _____ collection. 

Do you think you know the answer?

Read on to find out which line Aztec Carpet and Rugs carry that is all about the good things in life, including fine natural fibers to produce their craft.

Haptic /’haptik/  is defined as the “perception of objects by touch and proprioception, especially as involved in nonverbal communication.

With aesthetics and haptic qualities in mind, Longbarn Company is on a quest to find the finest natural materials to produce their rugs. Hailing from the hills of The Netherlands, the materials they’ve found to fit the bill are less common yet have one thing in common: (understated) luxury.

Keep scrolling to learn more about the natural materials Longbarn uses to design and manufacture its rugs.



Eucalyptus: For Koalas & Floor Coverings

Rugs and Carpets


LISCIO 207 / cut v-pile / 100% Eucalyptus 

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The quality Liscio is tufted from yarn made out of Lyocell fibers of the brand TENCEL. These fibers are of botanical origin since they are extracted from wood obtained from eucalyptus trees from a certified forest, so it is extremely environmentally friendly.

Haptic Qualities: Beautiful shine, silky, soft, and velvety surface.

Cotton: The Queen of Carpeting

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DEW 06 / cut v-pile / 100% Cotton 

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Dew is made of 100% cotton. Cotton is a soft, fluffy staple fiber that grows in a boil. The fiber is spun into yarn to make a soft, breathable textile rug.

Haptic Qualities: Luster, strength, and comfort to the touch

Mohair: Bah Bah Sheep—Mohair, Please

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RIPE HIGH 01 / cut j-pile / 100% Mohair 

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Mohair is derived from the coat of Angora goats. The strong, long and exclusive mohair fiber feels pleasant and retains its unique fine and silky sheen for years.

Haptic Qualities: Fine, silky, shaded and resilient


If you are looking for the finest natural rugs, look no further than Aztec Carpet and Rugs in the IDC Building.

However, if you need an interior designer to assist you with a multitude of things, give us a call at 303.916.9515 and we will pair you with your perfect designer.

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