Indian Design Recycled Floor Rug, Round Medium
17% OFF RRP $239.95
This Jute rugs is the nautical rug of choice for Hampton Style homeowners.
This gorgeous jute rug has a mix of white, fawn and natural tones to coordinate with any room in your home or office.
This stunning Peace design Indian floor rug, made exclusively from jute string offcuts, is ideal anywhere from an inner city apartment to a holiday villa to a busy modern home with teens and tweens! Wherever you choose to lay your fab rug, you’ll enjoy the combination of comfort and strength it offers.
Our range of jute rugs are handmade in India by our team of craftspeople. The jute and recycled cotton offcuts are weaved and plaited into long ropes that are then sewn into shape to create the ideal round rug for small to large spaces.
Jute rugs hide the dirt, and look great anywhere from a walk-in wardrobe full of exotic kaftans to a home based office space or to soften a wooden floor in a lounge or dining area.
Our jute rugs provide interesting colour tones and textures and their eco-friendliness cannot be matched anywhere.
Use them indoors to freshen up or restyle your home, or take it outdoors on a sunny day for an outdoor picnic with one of our handy fold-up picnic tables.
Dot these mats around your library for story time, or use in your early learning centre as a quiet relaxation space. Pop one in your music room or bar for on-trend minimalist decor.
Buy a unique Peace design jute handmade Indian floor rug online today!
Recycled cotton and jute
Light vacuuming or spot-cleaning with a damp sponge 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
Great rug!By: Leonie Pearce on 7 November 2019I really Love my recycled rug. It has brightened up the bedroom so much. It matches the decor. I get a lift every time I go into the bedroom and see the rug.
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