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Loloi

Laine Rug Ivory

$100.00

Designed by Joanna Gaines from Magnolia Home, the Laine collection combines contemporary pattern with understated refinement. Expertly hand tufted in India from wool and jute and finished with a generous wool fringe, Laine will add timeless beauty to any room in your home. Hand crafted by Loloi.

DETAILS

• LAI-01 MH Ivory

• Hand tufted
• 69% wool / 31% jute pile
• Hand crafted in India
• Pile height: 0.65cm / 0.25" inches
• Cotton canvas backing

 

Main image courtesy of @boneill_athome

AVAILABILITY

Please note this product has a lead time of approximately 3-4 weeks from order, based on availability. To check availability of your chosen size, please email us on the link above. Not sure if the rug will suit? Sample swatches can also be ordered, with the cost of these being refunded if you chose to go ahead with a rug order.

 

For additional colour options visit www.loloirugs.com/collections/laine then contact us for availability.

CARE

• Clean spills immediately by blotting with a clean sponge or cloth
• Vacuum regularly
• Expect some initial shedding
• Professional cleaning recommended
• Rug pad recommended for use on hard floor to prevent slipping

THE MAKER

Loloi Rugs are located in Dallas, Texas USA. For the past thirteen years, Loloi have worked with a global family of designers and leading craftsmen to produce truly distinctive rugs and textiles. With awards for 'green manufacturing' and a commitment to craft, the quality of their products is outstanding and uncompromising.

 

Handmade in India, Loloi rugs are still crafted the old-world way. Every step of the process, whether it be the dip-dying of wool or the intricate task of weaving, is done by hand, where proud artisans keep this time-honoured tradition alive. Loloi is proud to partner with GoodWeave, a non-profit company that audits our factories in India. This ensures no child, forced, or bonded labor is used to make Loloi rugs.