RUGS

Wool & Alpaca
Our rugs are made from premium natural wool and alpaca. Following these suggestions will ensure your rugs can be treasured for a lifetime.

Basic care:

  • Vacuum rugs lightly 
  • Avoid direct and prolonged sunlight exposure
  • Do not treat with stain products
  • If a stain occurs, act quickly preventing it from drying (see below)

Tips for cleaning the most common household stains:

  • The most important thing is to act quickly before the stain dries.
  • If the stain was caused by liquid, use paper towels to absorb. Work gently from the edges toward the center, so the problem area does not expand.
  • For wine, coffee, tea and blood: absorb it quickly. Then apply a solution of warm water, detergent and white vinegar with a damp sponge. Wipe with clean cloth and let dry. If the stain persists, have it professionally cleaned.
  • For spots of oil, chocolate, lipstick, nail polish, or ink: scrub – then soak – as much of the stain as possible with a white cloth or paper towel.  Clean the rug professionally.
  • Professional dry cleaning is always the best option for stubborn or dried stains. 

Cowhide Rugs
Each rug is crafted from 100% natural cowhide - a material that's made to withstand it all. Here are the basics of caring for your cowhide rug:

  • Vacuum rug lightly or bring outdoors and shake vigorously
  • Avoid direct and prolonged sunlight exposure
  • Do not treat with stain products
  • If food or other substances dry on your rug, use the edge of a knife to scrape the substance off. Be sure to scrape in the same direction as the hair is lying.
  • Treat stains with mild soap, warm water, and a stiff-bristled brush. Scrub gently and use a clean, dry towel to absorb any moisture when you’re done.

    THROWS & PILLOWS

    Alpaca
    Never wash your throws or pillow covers - the spinning motion of a washing machine will destroy the delicate alpaca fibers. Absorb any liquid spills with paper towels or a clean cloth. Dry cleaning is the best option for removing stains or occasional cleaning.

    Wool
    Dry clean or gently hand wash in cold water. Line dry only. Absorb any liquid spills with paper towels or a clean cloth. Dry cleaning is the best option for removing stains or occasional cleaning.

    For more info, see here.

    ANKOLE HORN ACCENTS & MUGS

    Hand wash with mild soap and lukewarm water and towel dry immediately. Avoid contact with hot liquids and prolonged sunlight. Not dishwasher safe.

    WOOD TRAYS

    These beautiful trays are best used for styling rather than serving food. Clean by wiping with a damp rag lightly, then towel drying completely. Not dishwasher safe. Do not use as a cutting or chopping surface. Avoid prolonged exposure to liquids. 

    WOVEN BASKETS

    Our baskets are sturdy, strong, and flexible, made to withstand constant use. If properly cared for, your basket will live a long life.

    Dust your woven basket on a regular basis, wiping with a damp cloth if necessary. No other cleaning should be necessary.

    Changes in temperature and humidity may cause your basket to expand and contract, which may make securing the lid difficult at times. Be patient and wait for the weather to change or remove from areas with high humidity (like bathrooms).

     

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