181 cm x 120 cm
Geometric Double, off white with stripes
|Place of origin|
|Size||181 cm x 120 cm (= 2.17 qm)|
Weft & Warp: cotton
|Coloring||off white, gray|
Place of origin
When designing this hand-woven rug, simplicity and minimalism were particularly important to us. The result is a modern, straightforward design that fits modern interiors perfectly. Despite its cool, simple design, this rug makes every room more comfortable and cozy.
The abstract, geometric composition creates the simple elegance of this Double. The pattern flatters the design of the room and does not take the attention away from its furniture, decoration and architectural elements. It blends in fantastically with any surroundings and subtly complements the interior design of a room..
The straight stripes of this Double organize and structure the pattern.
br /> The checkered pattern is impressive due to its contrasts and yet it is unobtrusive. Lovers of symmetry and structure will love this rug.
The repeating elements in the center field of this Double rug have no specific center (so-called repeating pattern). The repeating pattern has a calming but not boring effect. Rugs with repeating patterns are also called patterned.
The colors off white and gray dominate the overall impression.
The pile of this rug is made from a durable mixture of high-quality wool and viscose. The virgin wool and viscose yarns were wound by hand around a backing fabric of cotton in an innovative process. This method is much less labour-intensive than traditional knotting, so it speeds up the production process and allows for lower prices. The quality and durability of hand-looped rugs is impressive in relation to their price. However, looping does not allow for complicated patterns. That is why the rug is printed with modern patterns according to our specifications after being looped.
Viscose (also viscose, acetate silk or rayon) is basically obtained from the natural product, cellulose, i.e. from the raw material of wood. In India, the cellulose mass is obtained from bamboo. In an elaborate process, the pulpy cellulose is pulled into a continuous textile yarn. This is why viscose is also known as continuous filament yarn. Because of the silky sheen of the yarn, viscose obtained from bamboo is also called "Bamboo Silk". The colloquial name "artificial silk" is not permitted under the German Textile Labelling Act (TKG).