Woven Tribal Jute-Blend Rug, Ivory
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Woven Tribal Jute-Blend Rug, Ivory

Now: $21.50 - $324.50 Was: $30.00 - $435.00
Est. Arrival: Dec 03 - Dec 11
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Why we love this

Soft, felted wool is blended with hearty jute to give this rug a distinct feel and organic appeal. The interplay of pattern adds visual interest, while a neutral palette makes it a versatile addition to just about any space. Jute rugs are softer underfoot than other natural-fiber options like sisal and sea grass, though just as strong and durable. You should expect some shedding with all jute rugs.

Color: ivory
Construction: handwoven
Made In: India
Made Of: 70% wool/30% jute
Pile Height: 1/3"
Please Note: Rug pad recommended.
SKU: 45904998
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Dec 03 - Dec 11
STANDARD DELIVERY: This item ships standard service. Learn more about our shipping & handling rates.
RETURNS: This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Why we love this

Soft, felted wool is blended with hearty jute to give this rug a distinct feel and organic appeal. The interplay of pattern adds visual interest, while a neutral palette makes it a versatile addition to just about any space. Jute rugs are softer underfoot than other natural-fiber options like sisal and sea grass, though just as strong and durable. You should expect some shedding with all jute rugs.

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