Braided Jute - Natural

DESCRIPTION

Nodi's best selling Braided Jute Rug is a classic, understated weave with irregular texture formed by the unique hand-spun yarn used. This rug lends a warm materiality to interior spaces and is also favoured for its robust, hard wearing nature.

Handmade from 100% Jute plant. Sustainably harvested, pesticide free yarn grown without the use of nasty chemicals.

Best suited to lounge rooms, bedrooms, entrance ways and dining rooms – spaces requiring a hard wearing and durable rug which need a layer of warmth and raw natural texture. Being a double sided rug means it has double the life span and can be flipped over seasonally.

DETAILS

  • If placed in direct sunlight this rug will fade, we advise keeping out of direct sunlight where possible, and rotating so fading happens evenly. We strongly recommend Microseal which acts as a sealant to protect the fibers and provides some UV protection. We can arrange this for you, just pop us an e-mail to shop@tessuti.co.nz
  • Due to the natural fibre and handmade nature of this rug, some little bits of yarn may pop up over time. This is not a fault and part of the nature of the rug - these can simply be trimmed down.
  • We are proud to share that Nodi are a GoodWeave® certified business. You can rest easy knowing your rug was made in a factory where the weavers are looked after, and where there is zero tolerance for child or forced labour.

ABOUT the MAKER

Nodi Handwoven Rugs

NODI designs and creates handmade woven goods with a focus on unique textures. They celebrate the beautiful imperfections a hand-crafted process creates. The craftsmanship, 100% natural fibres, and considered textures work together to create a tactile rug that transforms and adds character to a space.

All NODI rugs are lovingly made in certified Care and Fair factories in India. The skilled artisans who weave each piece focuses on developing unique textures and designs, resulting in quality pieces made to last and be enjoyed underfoot.

Nodi: Italian for knots.

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