5’ x 8’ Brown, Green, Red and White Hand Tufted Plush Wool Area Throw Rug - 31526994

$436.99
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SKU:
DJRI RUG111579
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Ships in under 2 Business Days
SKU:
DJRI RUG111579
Availability:
Ships in under 2 Business Days

From the Mythos Collection

The Mythos Collection features tradition and sophistication with classic hues and graceful lines that everyone can love with any budget in mind
The Artemis features a classic floral motif in shades of white, green, red and browns. Whether in your classical or contemporary space, this rug is sure to turn some heads

Color(s): birch, chinois green, wood thrush, marzipan, baked clay
Hand tufted
Pile height: 2/5”
Backing: yes
May be used with a rug pad for extra comfort, protection, longevity and safety (not included)
Design may vary slightly due to the hand crafted nature of this rug
Care instructions: (1) wool is dirt and stain resistant and will look great for a long time just by vacuuming regularly, (2) use only cold water when cleaning wool to avoid shrinkage, (3) if spills occur blot immediately then with mild soap and cold water, (4) do not use oxygen cleaners on your wool rug, (5) avoid direct sunlight to prevent fading, (5) for best results, periodic professional cleaning is recommended

Dimensions: 5’ wide x 8’ long
Material(s): wool

Our hand crafted rugs are meticulously hooked, woven and tufted by skilled artisans with the power to transform an ordinary space into something spectacular. Created in India, these intricate rugs provide a livelihood to villagers. Empowering freelance artisans to become business owners, especially women below the poverty line, increases their earning potential while establishing them as leaders within the artisan community. We regularly conduct Weavers Engagement programs, health camps, artisan cards, and more in order to enhance their skill set, morale and self-sustainability. Reaching out to remote rural areas and establishing bonds within village communities, enables them to start weaving not just rugs, but also their own futures.

Rug weaving significantly impacts poverty elevation and skill development for illiterate and impoverished people, especially women, inhabiting remote areas. It enables the poor to acquire practical skills within their own homes while also providing flexible work hours and output based wages. A portion of these profits are dedicated to this artisan work program, healthcare programs and preventative awareness, literacy education, financial and legal support, personal empowerment and vocational training.

Note: Item will take an extra 3-5 days to process and ship
Express orders will still be shipped express but will take some additional time