Handwoven in India by
Soft, perfectly broken in. This cotton dhurrie runner will stop you in your tracks. Handwoven and naturally dyed with indigo and jaggery (a native sugar) to get that rich blue hue, it adds a global element to any hallway or kitchen.
Handwoven and hand-dyed by a group of 15 master artisans in Banskho, India, each rug takes five days to complete. All made start-to-finish in a fair trade environment.
We recommend using a rug pad to reduce wrinkles and slippage.
- MEASUREMENTS: 2.5’ x 8’
- MATERIALS: 100% Cotton
- COLORS: Indigo base with white stripes.
- ORIGIN: India
All our rugs are made from the finest natural materials. We choose pure cotton or sheep's wool, dye it carefully, and weave it for strength. Following these suggestions will ensure your rugs can be treasured for a lifetime.
Vacuum rugs lightly and avoid direct and prolonged sunlight exposure.
Small cotton rugs may be washed gently and hung to dry.
If the stain was caused by liquid, act quickly to prevent from drying – use paper towels to absorb.
When in doubt, professional dry cleaning is always going to be your best bet. If you do decide to take matters into your own hands, a few tips for you:
- For wine, coffee, or tea, apply a solution of warm water, detergent and white vinegar with a damp sponge. Wipe with clean cloth and let dry.
- For oil, chocolate, lipstick, nail polish, or ink, scrub or scrape the stained area first. Then apply a solution of hot water and detergent with a clean cloth to absorb as much of the stain as possible. If required, leave the wet cloth overnight before wiping with a clean cloth to dry.
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Great Item, Shipping Needs Improvement
The rug is great! Love the color and design. But instead of arriving rolled up, it came folded so that there's a large crease down the middle. It would've been really nice to unroll this right onto the floor and be done with it rather than iron it or wait for the crease to work itself out over time.