Amalia Chunky Weave Wool Rug, Multicolour
Amalia Chunky Weave Wool Rug, Multicolour
Amalia Chunky Weave Wool Rug, Multicolour
Amalia Chunky Weave Wool Rug, Multicolour
Amalia Chunky Weave Wool Rug, Multicolour
Amalia Chunky Weave Wool Rug, Multicolour
Amalia Chunky Weave Wool Rug, Multicolour
Rug Culture

Amalia Chunky Weave Wool Rug, Multicolour

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Embellish your home with bold colour and a dense pile in the handwoven Amalia Chunky Weave Wool Rug, Multicolour from Rug Culture.

Handwoven by skilled artisans in India for exceptional craftsmanship and quality
Made from fine felted wool from the Bikaner region of India, woven into a cotton lattice, for plush comfort and texture in its technique
Wool is considered an eco-friendly material, being a renewable and biodegradable resource
Classic woven design in a medley of colours to accent your home with tribal character
Brings comfort, texture, and style to your living area or bedroom with its handwoven appeal
NOTE: Variations in design may occur due to the handmade nature of the rug


BrandRug Culture
Product RangeAmalia
225W x 155H cm
280W x 190H cm
320W x 230H cm
Production CountryIndia
Material DetailsFine Bikaner felted wool hand woven through a pure cotton lattice
Box Contents1 x rug
AssemblyAssembly required
Care InstructionsWool yarn is sustainable, biodegradable, highly durable and highly resilient with natural oils that provide softness. Dyed and undyed wool products will vary in shade from piece to piece and will fade with exposure to sunlight. Wool is the highest shedding fibre. Shedding is considered normal and will vary depending on the construction and content. Shedding will usually subside over time, although some rugs may have mild shedding for the lifetime of the rug. Canister vacuums without beater bars, brooms and manual sweepers are the optimal type of vacuums to use on rugs. Clean spills immediately. Once a stain is set, it becomes much more difficult to clean. Never rub a spill, as this forces the spill deeper into the rug. When a liquid like wine or coffee spills on your rug try to dab the stain with a dry towel or cloth immediately. To remove any remaining stains from your rug, use clean lukewarm water to dab the stain with a clean towel. If your rug has viscose parts in it, liquid will change the structure of the viscose piles irreversibly. Always use a professional area rug-cleaning expert. Cleaning a rug requires a process different than cleaning wall-to-wall carpet. Deviations up to 3% in the sizes are possible, since rugs are a textile and therefore flexible product. Handmade rugs are made by artisans and they may have subtle colour variations which are not considered defects due to the inherent characteristics of natural fibres and dyes. Loose fibres, or 'sprouts', are a normal part of the break-in process of handmade rugs. All handmade rugs, unlike machine made rugs, have imperfections since they are handmade — this adds to characteristic of these rugs.
Warranty Information1 year
Returns MessageThis product can be returned as part of our "Change Of Mind" policy. (See Returns Policy, T&C's apply)

About the Brand: Rug Culture

Brand Rug Culture

Inspired by nature and individuality, the premium quality, bespoke weaves from Rug Culture focus on true craftsmanship, quality and colour.

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