Indian Design Recycled Floor Rug, Round Medium
17% OFF RRP $239.95
Looking for a new area rug for under your dining table, or to soften a space in your home, this denim circle rug is the answer.
This rug is pale and understated, so makes the perfect statement in tranquil, modern homes. This Indian floor rug, made exclusively from denim and jute offcuts, comes in 50 shades of blue. Lay it over tiles or floating floors! Wherever you choose to place your stunning denim chindi rug, you’ll enjoy the combination of comfort and strength it offers.
Chindi rugs are made from fabric offcuts that have been sourced from clothing or furniture manufacturers.
Local families supplement their regular income by weaving long chindi ropes from the materials. These ropes are then wound and woven to create soft, durable mats.
Sustainable rainbow Chindi rugs are all the rage but these denim ones have not yet been discovered. Be the first.
We love their weight, their durability and their sturdiness. Use them year round.
These indoor rugs look great in libraries, university libraries, cosy cafes and restaurants, and in shared community spaces where people study adult learning.
Match your denim rug with a denim trellis rug to double the fun.
Buy a unique chindi Indian floor rug in denim online today!
100% recycled denim and jute
Every rug features a unique variety of colours.
Light vacuuming or spot-cleaning is the best approach when caring for these rugs. For a deep clean, use a professional carpet cleaner.
Not suitable for children under 3 years
Chindi denim rugBy: Justin on 12 July 2017Honestly we could not be happier. the rug looked amazing online but when it showed up we were astounded how beautiful it actually is. It is soft but durable and we are proud and tell so many people how it helps families and is made from recycled materials. Thank you for supporting those that make these wonderful products.
Recycled Mats is a proud long-term member of the Indigenous Art Code, which ensures transparent, fair and ethical business trade in works of art by Indigenous artists.