Looking for a new unique rug that won't be in every home and lifestyle magazine?
We have the solution. This brand new addition to the Recycled Mats collection, the Mountain Rainbow rug is made from 100% Handloomed Recycled Cotton.
The bold pointed design is an eye-catching art piece that will brighten up every lounge room, media room, dining space, or family room.
It's a tightly woven hand-crafted rug featuring a pastel rainbow kaleidoscope of colour and we've not seen anything else quite like it. Get one before they run out the door.
Pair it with these fabulous and fun Indian cushions
This rug also comes as a runner for hallways, kitchen entryways, decks and verandahs.
Name of Design
Origin of Design
100% recycled cotton
Every rug features a unique variety of bright rainbow colours. Please note, the orange is similar to an apricot or tangerine, not red.
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
- Designer rug for the home, lounge, family or media room
- Play rug in preschool and kindy buildings
- Super vibrant rug for storytelling time
- A colourful rug for fashion shop floors
- Eclectic rug style for the individualists
- Hide all the stains!
- Perfect for rainbow lovers
- Modern day style for style hunters
Reviews5 / 5 from 3 Reviews.
FantasticBy: Katherine on 19 September 2019This is a beautiful quality rug - the colours are vibrant without being garish. I love it.
Mountain RainbowBy: Emma on 18 September 2019I bought this floor mat for my daughters bedroom and its perfect, colours go with her bedroom and love the design, excellent service.
Love, love, loveBy: Shell on 20 April 2018Every time I walk by this rug in the kids room, I can't help but smile. The bright colours are stunning and somehow even makes the mess of their toys on the floor look pleasing! 10/10
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.