|Material||100% New Zealand Wool|
|Products rug type||rectangular|
|Flammability||Wool / Leather|
|Backing||No backing (a rug pad is recommended)|
|Lead Time (inherited)||6-8 weeks|
|Show Gallery First Image||No|
Tip sage-greenID: 64662
- Hand woven in 100% New Zealand Wool
- $36 per square foot
- Custom made in 6-8 weeks
- Suitable for most applications with the exception of high traffic zones, stairs, corridors or for use with caster chairs.
Sample Size: 20cm x 30cm
Lead Time: 48 hours
Product Name + Color: Tip sage-green
Product ID: 64662
Material: 100% New Zealand Wool
Construction: Hand woven
Surface: Loop and cut pile
Height: 1 cm
Max Width: 400 cm
Max Length: 2000 cm
Max Diameter: 400 cm
Edge Finish: None
Backing: No backing (a rug pad is recommended)
Size Variation: +/- 5%
Color Accuracy: This product is hand dyed. Color deviations can occur
Application: area rug
Country of Origin: India
Suitable for most applications with the exception of high traffic zones, stairs, corridors or for use with caster chairs.
This textile meets all appropriate flammability requirements for floors.
LEED contribution: LEED V4 ID+C MR Credit: Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Bio-Based Materials. Wool is a rapidly renewable content., Certified by Woolmark®, Azo-free dyes
This product meets all social and environmental standards by its origin country.
2 years. See Terms and Conditions for more information.
Vacuum or brush lightly to remove surface dust. Wet spills should be removed gently with a dry cloth. Avoid aggressive rubbing. Professional cleaning is recommended.
The Secrets of Wool
Wool has extraordinary natural properties. It is
- Warm, comforting and soft to touch
- Naturally resistant to soil, stain and dirt
- Naturally flame retardant
- Hypoallergenic and good for indoor climate
Wool is springy, resilient and even flame-resistant. It binds into yarn that can be spun, takes dye well, has impressive insulating qualities and is flexible and hard wearing.
Wool is also hypoallergenic, resists static electricity and can absorb up to 30% of its weight in moisture. So at times of high humidity, wool absorbs moisture and then releases it when the atmosphere is dry, acting as an atmospheric buffer. No wonder it has been used, felted and woven into clothes and rugs since time immemorial.