Where it’s made



All Bomat products are designed in Belgium and made in India,

a land boasting a rich tradition of textile craftsmanship that goes back centuries.

We own all our facilities, which ensures a quicker service and response to your design questions.

Our products are made on handlooms and tufting frames of which we have

miniature versions in Belgium, allowing for instant development of textures and weaves.





How it’s made



All Bomat products are designed in Belgium and made in India,

a land boasting a rich tradition of textile craftsmanship that goes back centuries.

We own all our facilities, which ensures a quicker service and response to your design questions.

Our products are made on handlooms and tufting frames of which we have

miniature versions in Belgium, allowing for instant development of textures and weaves.

What it’s made of



The yarn is the basic material for all our products, and determines how a product will look, feel and behave. Do you want the result to look rustic or refined? Should it feel grainy or silky? Should it be extremely lightfast or do you like a patina? We are proud to offer you an immense choice of yarns that can achieve a wide palette of effects and looks.





The importance of colour



Colours shape your mood. Therefore, we have made colour a cornerstone of our company. While intense, saturated colours are a sort of Bomat signature in our Chroma Collection, we also make more natural and mineral hues. Do you want us to make a colour especially for you? We can! Our Belgian design department will match your request in collaboration with our Indian colour wizard to produce a true artwork of colour and texture.




Our quality guarantee



We don’t believe in sweeping things under the rug. Transparency is an important value in our company, and so is care for the environment.

Our yarns are dyed in an environmentally conscious way, conform to the highest standards and with zero liquid discharge processing.

On top of that, all Bomat creations are EU tested at the Textile Department of the University of Ghent, ensuring their technical qualities.

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