Nylon: nylon is one of the most commonly used materials in carpets today. Nylon is a durable, flexible material with a wide range of colors. It has a structure that can also hide stains. Polypropylene: Carpet made with this material is resistant to mold and moisture. Polyester: These types of carpets, easier to clean, more resistant to water-based stains can be listed as. Wool: Wool is the most qualified fiber in carpet production. They are very robust and flexible. They also show high resistance to ignition. Carpet from Past to Present Carpet is known as the thick beam with short and densely woven embroidery which is woven from yarns to be laid on the floor or on the furniture or stretched against the wall. The homeland of the carpet is Central Asia. Carpet was first woven in Turkestan. The first carpet samples were found during the excavations in this geography. According to various sources, a piece of carpet found in Pazırık It has been suggested that it belongs to 500 years. In addition to this, carpet pieces were found in Noyun Ula, as in Pazırık. It is certain that these were the works of Hun Turks. The Turks who take the carpet to China, India and Egypt. It is possible to see examples of Turkish carpets woven during the Anatolian Seljuk period in the Istanbul Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts. In ancient times, some cities developed as carpet centers and gained world fame in this field. The oldest and most famous carpets are Demirci, Karaman, Gordes, Usak, Bergama, Ladik and Kirsehir. Boron, Simav, Sivas and Kütahya are the newest cities in carpets. Yörük Turks, who migrated from Central Asia and settled in the Uşak region, started to weave carpets in this region and made this region a center of carpet making in the world. Carpets have been exported from Uşak to Europe and Asia since the 16th and 17th centuries. Carpet weaving has progressed from Turks to Europe via Iran. In the first half of the 8th century in France began to weave carpets. The first carpet factory in Europe was also established in France in the 17th century. The first carpet factory was opened to America in the late 18th century.