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Safavieh Elmbridge Oushak Rug, Dark Green and Brown, 10'x14'
Safavieh Elmbridge Oushak Rug, Dark Green and Brown, 10'x14'by Safavieh$5,189$2,179(1)Only 3 Left
Manufacturing Method: Hand Knotted / A series of connected and enlarged palmettes in the field and border of our Banbury rug are uniform in scale, recreating the simple majesty of Oushak tribal carpets in colors representative of highly-prized 19th century antiques. For hundreds of years, nomadic weavers have used the same large motifs, extra thick yarn and large Turkish-style knots we employ in Banbury, which adapt beautifully to 21st century homes and lifestyles because of their casual, informal appearance. Care: Professional Cleaning Recommended / Vacuuming: Routine vacuuming with a high quality vacuum cleaner is the most important thing you can do to maintain the beauty of your rug. Vacuum thoroughly and frequently with a canister vacuum (preferably one without beater bars). This prevents permanent damage by keeping soil particles from working their way deep into your rug. Rugs placed in high traffic areas of your home or office should be vacuumed more frequently. Never vacuum the fringes of your rug, especially a hand-knotted rug. Cleaning & Removing Stains: Quick action following a spill is essential in order to keep a permanent stain from setting into your rug. For liquid spills, use a clean, undyed cloth and press firmly around the spill to absorb as much as possible. Do not rub! This will cause the stain to set deeper into the rug, making it harder to remove and increasing the likelihood that it will reappear. For hard to remove stains, professional rug cleaning is recommended. Shedding: Wool rugs shed as a natural consequence of how they are made; this is especially true of new wool rugs. However, this shedding will gradually diminish and can be reduced by following these simply helpful hints: A high-quality rug pad under your carpet can reduce surface friction that can cause excessive shedding. Vacuum a new wool rug 1-2 times a week for the first few weeks using a low pressure vacuum cleaner without beater bars. Vacuum in the direction of the pile, not against it. Shedding is natural and to be expected of wool rugs, however excessive shedding in high-quality wool rugs will diminish within 4-6 months (or less). Do not pull loose ends; clip them with scissors to remove. Certain rugs have the large loop weave on them, and the loops can come undone. We suggest those loose loops be cut instead of being pulled.Read More
Safavieh Casablanca Collection CSB894 Rug, Ivory/Green, 6' X 9'
Safavieh Casablanca Collection CSB894 Rug, Ivory/Green, 6' X 9'by Safavieh$638.55$266.99Only 4 Left
The Casablanca Collection of fine shag and flokati rugs displays the organic simplicity and classic style of traditional Moroccan rug weavers. These plush, luxurious area rugs are timeless yet contemporary. Casablanca is hand-tufted using the finest New Zealand wool to create the natural fleece tones and clean designs reminiscent of� the organic simplicity of Moroccan rug artistry.� Construction: Hand Tufted Materials: 80% New Zealand Wool, 20% Cotton General Care: Use rug protectors under the legs of heavy furniture to avoid flattening of your rug pile. Rotating your rug every few months will help relieve areas from excessive wear. Packing and shipping may cause temporary creases in area rugs. To remove them back-roll/reverse roll your rug and allow time for the creases to relax. Direct sunlight will cause the colors in your area rug to fade over time. Long term exposure to humid weather can be harmful to area rugs. The cotton warp and weft foundation of an area rug can breakdown when exposed to excessive humidity. Avoid placing plants directly on top of area rugs and immediately blot dry any water spillage. Brushing is the best way to remove stubborn pet hairs that the vacuum misses. For short pile area rugs, use a carpet brush or carpet sweeper. For longer pile a carpet rake works well. Sweeping works best for outdoor rugs. The sturdy pile of an indoor-outdoor rug does not trap dirt as readily as other area rugs. For rugs that are relatively easy to handle, bring them outdoors and shake vigorously to remove excess debris. Hang over an outdoor railing and beat with the back of a broom or rug beater, varying in vigor based on the construction and condition of the rug. Area rugs placed in high traffic areas will wear faster than those in lesser tread-upon locations. Rotating a rug every few months will distribute any wear and fading evenly. Vacuuming: Routine vacuuming with a high quality vacuum cleaner is the most important thing you can do to maintain the beauty of your rug. Vacuum thoroughly and frequently with a canister vacuum (preferably one without beater bars). This prevents permanent damage by keeping soil particles from working their way deep into your rug. Rugs placed in high traffic areas of your home or office should be vacuumed more frequently. Never vacuum the fringes of your rug, especially a hand-knotted rug. Cleaning & Removing Stains: Quick action following a spill is essential in order to keep a permanent stain from setting into your rug. For liquid spills, use a clean, undyed cloth and press firmly around the spill to absorb as much as possible. Do not rub! This will cause the stain to set deeper into the rug, making it harder to remove and increasing the likelihood that it will reappear. Make a solution of water, white vinegar, and mild detergent. Apply the foam that rises to the top of the solution on the stained area with a clean cloth. Finish using a damp, clean cloth to absorb any residue.. For lighter stains or spills on synthetic yarns, sponge clean the area with cold water and mild detergent. For hard to remove stains, professional rug cleaning is recommended. Care for Wool: Wool rugs may shed as a natural consequence of how they are made. However, this shedding will gradually diminish with proper vacuuming. Use a high-quality rug pad under your carpet to reduce surface friction. Vacuum 1-2 times a week for the first few weeks using a low pressure vacuum cleaner without beater bars. Do not pull "stray" loops. Always cut them back with scissors.Read More
Safavieh Classic Collection CL234 Rug, Black/Green, 6' Round
Safavieh Classic Collection CL234 Rug, Black/Green, 6' Roundby Safavieh$576$135(1)Only 7 Left
The finest Persian and European designs are reinterpreted in the Classic Rug Collection. In creating these evocative area rugs, careful attention was paid to each critical element of design, material, color, and workmanship to meet Safavieh's award-winning standards. Classic is hand-tufted using pure premium wool with a luster wash for a plush, soft feel underfoot.� Construction: Hand Tufted Materials: 100% Wool General Care: Use rug protectors under the legs of heavy furniture to avoid flattening of your rug pile. Rotating your rug every few months will help relieve areas from excessive wear. Packing and shipping may cause temporary creases in area rugs. To remove them back-roll/reverse roll your rug and allow time for the creases to relax. Direct sunlight will cause the colors in your area rug to fade over time. Long term exposure to humid weather can be harmful to area rugs. The cotton warp and weft foundation of an area rug can breakdown when exposed to excessive humidity. Avoid placing plants directly on top of area rugs and immediately blot dry any water spillage. Brushing is the best way to remove stubborn pet hairs that the vacuum misses. For short pile area rugs, use a carpet brush or carpet sweeper. For longer pile a carpet rake works well. Sweeping works best for outdoor rugs. The sturdy pile of an indoor-outdoor rug does not trap dirt as readily as other area rugs. For rugs that are relatively easy to handle, bring them outdoors and shake vigorously to remove excess debris. Hang over an outdoor railing and beat with the back of a broom or rug beater, varying in vigor based on the construction and condition of the rug. Area rugs placed in high traffic areas will wear faster than those in lesser tread-upon locations. Rotating a rug every few months will distribute any wear and fading evenly. Vacuuming: Routine vacuuming with a high quality vacuum cleaner is the most important thing you can do to maintain the beauty of your rug. Vacuum thoroughly and frequently with a canister vacuum (preferably one without beater bars). This prevents permanent damage by keeping soil particles from working their way deep into your rug. Rugs placed in high traffic areas of your home or office should be vacuumed more frequently. Never vacuum the fringes of your rug, especially a hand-knotted rug. Cleaning & Removing Stains: Quick action following a spill is essential in order to keep a permanent stain from setting into your rug. For liquid spills, use a clean, undyed cloth and press firmly around the spill to absorb as much as possible. Do not rub! This will cause the stain to set deeper into the rug, making it harder to remove and increasing the likelihood that it will reappear. Make a solution of water, white vinegar, and mild detergent. Apply the foam that rises to the top of the solution on the stained area with a clean cloth. Finish using a damp, clean cloth to absorb any residue.. For lighter stains or spills on synthetic yarns, sponge clean the area with cold water and mild detergent. For hard to remove stains, professional rug cleaning is recommended. Care for Wool: Wool rugs may shed as a natural consequence of how they are made. However, this shedding will gradually diminish with proper vacuuming. Use a high-quality rug pad under your carpet to reduce surface friction. Vacuum 1-2 times a week for the first few weeks using a low pressure vacuum cleaner without beater bars. Do not pull "stray" loops. Always cut them back with scissors.Read More
Rizzy Home Technique TC8288 Green/Olive Solid Area Rug, Rectangular 9' x 12'
Rizzy Home Technique TC8288 Green/Olive Solid Area Rug, Rectangular 9' x 12'by Rizzy Home$785.98Only 1 Left
A gorgeous mixture of southwestern and transitional looks the mojave collection by rizzy home will bring a finishing touch to any home. Each rug is hand-tufted by a master artisan from india, who has learned the craft through their entire lifetime. Constructed of 100% hand-tufted wool with a cotton/latex backing this rug is sure to endure through the years to come. The serene palate of this collection enhances the hand-trimmed edges giving this collection an elegant look and feel. Luxurious to the touch, and the depth and dimension of this rug is sure to make anyone catch their breath at first glance. Committed to excellence, the rizzy home team brings together talent, knowledge and passion to create an unparalleled reputation within the home furnishings industry. With a wide assortment of product choice and combinations, rizzy home is making it easier than ever for clients to create homes and interior spaces that are honest expressions of their true personalities. Modern translations of classic southwestern designs, the rugs of the mohave collection are an urbane blend of sophisticated hues and contemporary style. Hand-tufted from a blended new zealand wool that is hand-dyed to create depth through shades of color. These spectacular rugs are full of ultra plush texture. Each rug is a masterful creation that is reminiscent of an ancient gabbeh, sought after for its deep, luxurious cut pile Collection: Technique Construction: Hand-Loomed Material: 100% Wool Rug Backing: Cotton Canvas Primary Color: Green/Olive Pattern: Solid Style: Casual/Solid Pile Height: .60"Read More
Safavieh Classic Collection CL359 Rug, Celadon/Ivory, 2'3"x4'
Safavieh Classic Collection CL359 Rug, Celadon/Ivory, 2'3"x4'by Safavieh$118.01$43.99Only 9 Left
The finest Persian and European designs are reinterpreted in the Classic Rug Collection. In creating these evocative area rugs, careful attention was paid to each critical element of design, material, color, and workmanship to meet Safavieh's award-winning standards. Classic is hand-tufted using pure premium wool with a luster wash for a plush, soft feel underfoot.� Construction: Hand Tufted Materials: 100% Wool General Care: Use rug protectors under the legs of heavy furniture to avoid flattening of your rug pile. Rotating your rug every few months will help relieve areas from excessive wear. Packing and shipping may cause temporary creases in area rugs. To remove them back-roll/reverse roll your rug and allow time for the creases to relax. Direct sunlight will cause the colors in your area rug to fade over time. Long term exposure to humid weather can be harmful to area rugs. The cotton warp and weft foundation of an area rug can breakdown when exposed to excessive humidity. Avoid placing plants directly on top of area rugs and immediately blot dry any water spillage. Brushing is the best way to remove stubborn pet hairs that the vacuum misses. For short pile area rugs, use a carpet brush or carpet sweeper. For longer pile a carpet rake works well. Sweeping works best for outdoor rugs. The sturdy pile of an indoor-outdoor rug does not trap dirt as readily as other area rugs. For rugs that are relatively easy to handle, bring them outdoors and shake vigorously to remove excess debris. Hang over an outdoor railing and beat with the back of a broom or rug beater, varying in vigor based on the construction and condition of the rug. Area rugs placed in high traffic areas will wear faster than those in lesser tread-upon locations. Rotating a rug every few months will distribute any wear and fading evenly. Vacuuming: Routine vacuuming with a high quality vacuum cleaner is the most important thing you can do to maintain the beauty of your rug. Vacuum thoroughly and frequently with a canister vacuum (preferably one without beater bars). This prevents permanent damage by keeping soil particles from working their way deep into your rug. Rugs placed in high traffic areas of your home or office should be vacuumed more frequently. Never vacuum the fringes of your rug, especially a hand-knotted rug. Cleaning & Removing Stains: Quick action following a spill is essential in order to keep a permanent stain from setting into your rug. For liquid spills, use a clean, undyed cloth and press firmly around the spill to absorb as much as possible. Do not rub! This will cause the stain to set deeper into the rug, making it harder to remove and increasing the likelihood that it will reappear. Make a solution of water, white vinegar, and mild detergent. Apply the foam that rises to the top of the solution on the stained area with a clean cloth. Finish using a damp, clean cloth to absorb any residue.. For lighter stains or spills on synthetic yarns, sponge clean the area with cold water and mild detergent. For hard to remove stains, professional rug cleaning is recommended. Care for Wool: Wool rugs may shed as a natural consequence of how they are made. However, this shedding will gradually diminish with proper vacuuming. Use a high-quality rug pad under your carpet to reduce surface friction. Vacuum 1-2 times a week for the first few weeks using a low pressure vacuum cleaner without beater bars. Do not pull "stray" loops. Always cut them back with scissors.Read More
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