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Abstract Shag Indoor Natural Rug

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Our Abstract Shag Indoor Natural Rug is perfect for those who love a cosy vibe in their home. This handwoven rug is ideal for a children’s room, playroom, study and other indoor areas.

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Description

Our handwoven rugs and carpets will enhance the beauty of your interiors. This indoor rug adds a beautiful calming element to your room. It’s cosy and comfortable, and it’s also great for floor seating. This lightweight designer rug is easy to move and can be used under heavy furniture. It is simple to clean with a vacuum cleaner, requires little maintenance, and is resistant to soil and dirt. It is perfect for a bedroom, nursery, lounge area and more due to its soft texture and feels.

Know Your Weave:

After deciding on a design for the rug, it is placed on the loom using this technique. Weavers tie knots in the warps before cutting them and going on to the next knot. Each rug then goes through a carpet finishing procedure based on the buyer’s needs.
You can also customise this floor rug as per your requirement.

Quality: 3/10 hand-knotted
Material: 60C Handspun + 60C High Low Nz Wool
Shape: Rectangle, Round, Runners, Square.
Colour: Beige and Ivory
Certificate of Origin: India

  • Spills should be cleaned up immediately to avoid becoming embedded in the rug.
  • Instead of rubbing stains, wipe them with a cloth to prevent them from setting in the fibres.
  • After cleaning, make sure all cleaning agents are thoroughly removed.
  • To absorb any leftover moisture after cleaning, use dry towels.
  • Always utilise trustworthy rug professionals when having rugs properly cleaned (particularly hand-made carpets).
To Know More About Rug Care, Click Here.

Hand-knotted

Hand-knotted carpets are made using one of the most traditional and intriguing weaving processes in India. This weaving style was first observed in oriental regions and was later copied by Europeans. In a carpet factory, hand-knotted Indian carpets are created on specifically constructed looms. After deciding on a design for the rug, it is placed on the loom using this technique. On the loom, wraps are then created vertically. Weavers tie knots in the warps before cutting them and going on to the next knot. The weaver then lays the wefts in horizontal rows across the warps.

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