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The classic geometric motifs so beautifully displayed on this flatweave area rug will sit comfortably in casual, contemporary, or traditional settings. It’s crafted of pure wool to best recreate the original texture and soft coloration of the antique dhurries that are prized by collectors. The dhurrie weave is native to India, and every step in the production process faithfully follows the traditions of local artisans. The results are natural and organic with wonderful nuances in both pattern and tone.
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Shedding is normal and will abate over time with vacuuming. Avoid direct/continuous exposure to sunlight. Use rug protectors under legs of heavy furniture. Clip loose ends with scissors. Remove spills immediately. Blot liquid spills with clean, un-dyed cloth, pressing firmly around spill to absorb as much as possible. Professional rug cleaning recommended for hard-to-remove stains.
Vacuum regularly. Remove spills immediately.
L 72” W 48”
Since its 1914 inception, family-owned Safavieh has become a world leader in traditional furnishings. On a mission to preserve arts like rug weaving, it employs artisans from India to Tibet in the craft of designs authentic to each region. The company has launched several collections with high-profile designers including Martha Stewart, Ralph Lauren, and David Easton.