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Anji Mountain Eirene Blue Area Rug
Anji Mountain Eirene Blue Area Rug
Anji Mountain Eirene Blue Area Rug
Anji Mountain Eirene Blue Area Rug
Anji Mountain Eirene Blue Area Rug
Anji Mountain Eirene Blue Area Rug
Anji Mountain Eirene Blue Area Rug
Anji Mountain Eirene Blue Area Rug

Anji Mountain Eirene Blue Area Rug

Regular price $289.00

If you’re looking for a unique pattern to add to your office or living space, this blue area rug features a medallion design in elegant navy and cream colors. Made with jute and sustainable yarn derived from recycled soda bottles, this rug offers maximum pile resilience without compromising softness. Its low profile and sturdy backing would also make this a durable piece for use in the dining room, living room, bedroom, or study. With this eco-friendly, hand-made rug, you’ll make a conscientious style statement that fits perfectly with coastal and architectural decor, whether your taste runs modern or traditional.

-Country of Origin: India
-Pile Height: 0.5 Inches
-Blue, White
-70% jute, 30% post-consumer PET
-Handloom woven
-Backing: Cotton and natural latex
-Jute fibers have anti-static, insulating, and moisture-regulating properties to make your room naturally more comfortable.
-This rug is GoodWeave-certified, which means you’re not only making the world more beautiful by buying an artisanal product — you’re making the world better by helping to end child labor and supporting fair working conditions.
-Enjoy the hand-made look and feel of this rug, which was woven on a hand loom by skilled weavers using traditional techniques.
-It is normal for natural fiber rugs to “sprout.” What may seem to be a pulled thread is really just a yarn whose fibers have sprouted. This is not a defect but an inherent quality of certain natural fiber rugs. Simply clip the sprout that has popped up with a sharp scissors.
-Care and Cleaning: We recommend a rug pad to help your rug stay in place and last longer. Vacuum as needed using suction only. Using a beater brush or beater bar may cause the rug to fray.
-For liquid spills, blot—do not rub—with a dry, undyed absorbent cloth. You may then try to spot clean with a damp, clean, undyed cloth. We recommend using a solution of mild dish soap and water and testing the solution first in a small, inconspicuous area of the rug to be sure no discoloration occurs. For solid stains (e.g,. chocolate or melted cheese), use the dull edge of a knife to scrape the solid up as much of possible and then follow the instructions for liquid spills.