This chindi trellis Indian design recycled floor rug with hourglass patterns is handmade from recycled cotton. Every rug is unique, with a mix of bright and beautiful colours to coordinate with any room in your home or office. This Indian floor rug is rectangle and comes in our medium mid-size, suitable for lounge rooms, bedrooms or any room you like!
Our range of chindi trellis rugs are produced using fabric offcuts from clothing or furniture manufacturers. We recently travelled to India to meet with the makers and suppliers of our Indian floor rugs. We were thrilled with the knowledge that the production of these rugs was benefiting local people by providing flexible work hours, close to home, allowing families to spend more time together.
Chindi trellis rugs from Recycled Mats are ethically produced, benefiting communities and the planet by making something new and exciting from discarded cotton, denim and jute. They are super soft to sit on, warm in winter and cool in summer. They’re easy to transport – just roll them up – but weighty enough to stay put in a busy environment.
Kids enjoy the vibrant colours and textures of these rugs, which makes them ideal as play mats or school mats. Dot these mats around your early learning centre for stories or quiet time.
Why not match your Indian trellis rug with one of our other stunning recycled fabric mats for an eclectic decor vibe? Or toss some of our multicultural cushions on the floor to create a relaxing reading corner.
Buy a chindi trellis Indian floor rug in this unique hourglass design online today!
Name of design: Chindi Trellis Rug, Hourglass
Origin of design: India
Size: 1.2 x 1.8m
Colours: Every rug features a unique variety of colours.
Global Kids Oz & Recycled Mats are proud supporters of fairtrade and ethical manufacturing. To learn more, read our blog about the communities who make our chindi rugs.
- Play mat in early learning centres
- Story rug for libraries or schools
- Bring colour and texture to your home or office design
- A vibrant addition to community centres, hotel foyers or shopfronts
- Cover floor damage or carpet stains
- Define a play space for children
- Celebrate diversity with cultural art.