Indian Design Recycled Floor Rug, Round Small
11% OFF RRP $134.95
This Rainbow Design rug is adorable for kids and baby rooms.
This Indian floor rug in the Rainbow design is made exclusively from jute string offcuts.
Perfect for warmer temperatures, you can lay it over carpet or place it on timber or floating floors to spruce up an area or bring colour and life to your home after a spring clean.
We adore this one, and it's a best seller too.
The Rainbow Rug features a centre of jute, with coloured jute circles bordering the edge of the circle. It's ideal for childcare centres, and can be used both indoors to set up activity rugs and block activities. It can also be used outdoors on sunny days for picnics, for children's play, for circle and song times, and dancing.
We love it in baby nurseries especially.
Our jute rugs provide interesting colour tones and textures for children to play on. Match your mat with some colourful multicultural cushions.
Combine it with a handy portable picnic table for relaxed Friday night dinners in front of the TV.
With the unusual combination of neutral tones and dots of colour, these jute mats look amazing against white walls or wooden furniture.
Our handmade jute Indian floor rug in the Rainbow design can be purchased online today.
Every rug features a unique variety of colours.
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
rainbow juteBy: Claire Coleman on 22 July 2019this looks great in the bedroom! love its subtle understated colours and totally functional materials.
Rainbow Jute MatBy: Linda Sherrell on 18 November 2018Absolutely top class. This mat is so well made and looks fabulous. Great size too! You can't beat class & quality. I can't decide whether I want this mat on the patio, in the lounge or dining room.
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