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  • Sustainable

  • Solidary

  • Handcrafted

  • Natural fiber: Cotton

  • Washable


Welcome our all-time favorite Berber rug in a new RugCycled® version with a raw style. The original design is transformed with a timeless look to appeal both to kids of all ages and to grown ups! The ideal piece to blend with your decor in any room of the house, adding an elegant and understated boho vibe.

Product details

Color: Natural

Composition: 97 % cotton 3 % other fibers; Base: reycled textile fibers

Thickness: 0.59'

Certificates: ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 18001

Washing & Care instructions

Wash separatetly at 86 °F maximum

Do no use bleach of fabric softeners

Use a gentle cycle for braids or fringes

We recommend using our special sustainable soap

We recommend using our dryer balls to ensure a longer lifespan

Tumble dry at low temperature. Do not leave in the washer

Avoid continuous exposure to sun

If you find a long thread cut it with scissors. Never pull it

Use a low powered vacuum cleaner regulary

Clean spots & absorbs liquids

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Perfect design

I bought two large rugcycled rugs.

The design of the rugs is perfect. They are so beautiful.

Unfortunately, the rugs had a second hand shop smell. This is understandable as they are made from recycled material. Still the smell was too strong for me.

I washed them on the next day. I wanted to get rid of the smell and did not care about the washing instructions. I used too hot (60 degrees) water for washing.

The rugs did not smell and change the size after washing them in the washing machine and drying in the dryer. I washed them separatly as they are large. Unfortunately, one of the rugs changed the color. It is darker now.

I do not care about the color change as I love the idea that old clothes/rugs can have the second usage and become the beatiful rugs at one day. So, I keep rugs next to each other and enjoy that I can have the new rugs with smaller carbon foot print.

Thank you Lorena Canals for the innovation.