Add a colourful focal point or a cozy backdrop to your room with our hand-knotted New-Zealand wool area rugs. All our hand-knotted Tibetan weave hand-knotted rugs have 100 knots/square inch quality.
The pieces in this collection were hand-knotted in India using 100% New Zealand wool, which is the purest, softest and whitest wool available. Our manufacturer is Craftmark, Goodweave and ISO 9001:2008 certified.
This area rug's theme is Art Nouveau style poppies. It's also available in red.
Each rug is made by hand, using the Tibetan weaving technique. Our hand-knotted rugs are heirloom quality and will last you a lifetime. All designs are available in different colours and sizes as long as it works with the design. If you have something else in mind, bring your own design! There are endless possibilities for creating your beautiful rug that will complement your room decor or even serve as a stunning luxurious focal point.
- 8' x 10' area rug
- Construction: Hand-Knotted Tibetan weave
- Quality: 100 Knots/square inch
- Material: New Zealand wool
- Origin: India
These soft and plush rugs won't only brighten up your living space, but they're also beneficial in many ways.
- Wool is naturally fire-resistant, elastic and highly durable.
- It has a natural ability to repel water and dirt.
- It absorbs airborne contaminats, cleaning your home's air!
- It also absorbs moisture, and prevents the buildup of static electricity.
- It reduces noise and absorbs sound, while acts as an insulator between cold floors and your feet!
- Wool is an environmentally friendly, self-renewing fibre.
Poppies Yellow 100 kpsi quality Hand-Knotted 5'x 8' New-Zealand Wool Area Rug
Regular vacuuming will keep dirt from getting into your rug pile, extend the life of your rug, and keep the air in your home healthier.
It is recommended, that you get your rugs cleaned professionally once a year to avoid the accumulation of dust and other allergens.
Spills are unavoidable, but when they do happen, the best thing is to clean them up right away by blotting most of the liquid with a clean white towel or paper towel. It's important not to rub the surface of the rug, as it can send the spilled liquids further into the pile.
Make a mix of dish soap a bit of white vinegar and warm water in a spray bottle, if you don't have a spray bottle in a bowl, and use this mixture to blot the stain. Follow up with clean water and a new towel to get the soapy water out. Keep blotting the surface to get as much water out as possible.
Our are rugs are made of New Zealand wool, which contains lanolin. Wool naturally repels water and dirt, making it more stain resistant than other fibres.