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Manufacturer: SelectRugs by Dynamic
|Fiber acquired from the hair of sheep, goats and a selection of other domesticated animals, including alpacas and twisted into yarn for weaving.|Construction:
Colors: Blacks & Greys,
Yellow & Golds
Description: This collection brings the exquisite look of hand woven soumak rugs into a moderate retail price range. This collection is handmade with 100% wool yarn by master craftsmen in India. The rugs for this collection are flat woven with the pile thickness and backing strength of Hand tufted rugs.These rugs bring the look of centuries old weaving techniques to any home. The desired transitional effect of hand stitched and loop piled carpets, in a more durable construction and at prices everyone can afford makes this collection a rarity to seek. This collection includes interpretations of traditional Oriental rug designs, and transitional designs with reduced borders and enlarged patterns.
Here's What Other Customers Say About this Rug!!
|Beautiful Rug--Not a True Black||
from Placitas, NM
Dec 2 2012|
|Purchased a 9x13 for our living area. We have transitional contemporary black leather chairs with chrome legs and sides--individual upscale recliners. To set the stage, our home is NM pueblo-style with kiva fireplace, brown and tan walls, granite kitchen that can be seen from the living area. Wanted something that bridged the gap between the house style and the furniture we already owned--a stable anchor and style that brought the room together. The rug is very nice, very thick and no pad is necessary. However, the details state "black and gold". The black is not true. It's more dark espresso like our liquor cabinet. However, once on the floor it reads as black with the chairs. When I opened it I feared it would not. The dark browns in the background do give the overall look of modulated softness, so it does not appear hard or sharp, especially with the lighter border. The entire rug is a chain-stitch, which I didn't expect. I expected a tufted-type rug. Although it reads like a solid tuft when laid out. The stitch makes the flower print stand out more than expected and lends the rug to somewhat of a 1940's appearance, given the print is of a dahlia. Although you would not have to couple that type of furniture with it. The golds are a combination of browns from light tan to medium brown. They combine to make a nice color. But it is not gold. I had planned on gold, raw silk drapes which I think will still work as the flowers, again, read as gold/tan-ish. Someone should actually look at these rugs and write the details down before selling them, but such sites do not. In the end, I will not send back--too expensive. The thing weighs a ton--hence the cushioned feel without a pad and it is wool. The rug does the job I wanted of bridging the gap between house and furniture. So I'll keep it and buy the gold drapes even though there were surprises.|
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes|