- Handwoven by Indian artisans.
- Charcoal rugs are made from 45% wool, 37% rayon, 12% cotton, and 6% polyester.
- Sand rugs are made from 39% wool, 33% rayon, 21% cotton, and 7% polyester.
- Silver rugs are made from 40% wool, 40% rayon, 14% cotton, and 6% polyester.
- Recommended for high-traffic areas. Designed for the busiest areas of the home, high-traffic rugs are ideal for entryways, hallways, stairs, family rooms, and kitchens. High-traffic rugs and Performance Rugs are also great options for households with children and pets.
- 2'6" x 10' rug weighs 23 lbs.
- Due to the nature of handwoven rugs—colors, sizes, and designs may vary, making each piece truly unique.
- Arhaus collections are crafted by artisans from around the world and are expertly designed to withstand everyday use. However, as even the best-made furnishings and décor are not indestructible, normal wear and tear will reflect use and care.
- Handcrafted rugs may vary in design, color, pattern, size, and weight; adding character to each piece and making it truly unique.
- Wool rugs should only be cleaned with products designed specifically for wool.
- Use rug pads to protect your rugs and floors from transfer and wear—and to prevent sliding and slippage with use.
- Use rug protectors under legs of heavy furniture to minimize damage and wear to rug fibers.
- Rotate rugs occasionally to distribute wear from traffic.
- Avoid sources of excess heat or abrasion as this could damage rug fibers.
- Avoid exposure to direct sunlight, as this could cause fading and discoloration.
- Fibers may sprout or shed from your rug relative to traffic and wear. This is normal. Loose threads may be simply trimmed with household scissors.
- Do not pull loose or sprouting threads as this could cause further damage to your rug.
- Dirt, food, and other loose debris can be scraped from rugs with a dull instrument.
- Rugs should be vacuumed using handheld brushless attachments to prevent the pulling of threads. Brooms or sweepers are preferred.
- If your rug is reversible, vacuum or sweep both sides if possible.
- Before cleaning, pre-test cleaners for color loss and compatibility by applying a small amount to a hidden section of material.
- Spills should be removed immediately by blotting with a clean, absorbent, white cloth, lukewarm water, and mild soap.
- After cleaning, blot dry with a towel or hang to dry.
- Periodically consult a professional cleaner for a thorough cleaning.