Argan Kabara Handwoven Rug, Natural
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Argan Kabara Handwoven Rug, Natural

$330.00 - $1,400.00
Est. Arrival: Jul 12 - Jul 22
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Why we love this

Inspired by traditional African mud cloths, this handwoven jute rug is decorated with wool topstitched in a perfectly imperfect geometric motif. Its organic texture and muted color variations bring artisanal warmth to a room. A rug pad is recommended to extend the life of your rug and keep it in place.

Care: professional cleaning only
Color: natural
Construction: handwoven
Dimensions: 3'6" x 5'6"
Made In: India
Made Of: jute/wool
Pile Height: 1/10"
Please Note: Rug pad is recommended.
SKU: 77605298
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Jul 12 - Jul 22
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 will apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Debuting in the United States in August 2020, Lemieux et Cie is the latest venture from designer/author Christiane Lemieux. She describes her style as "sculptural yet functional" and is inspired by sources as varied as African mud cloths and the Dadaist art of Jean Arp. Each of her designs is a celebration of artistry and the finest materials.
Why we love this

Inspired by traditional African mud cloths, this handwoven jute rug is decorated with wool topstitched in a perfectly imperfect geometric motif. Its organic texture and muted color variations bring artisanal warmth to a room. A rug pad is recommended to extend the life of your rug and keep it in place.

About the Brand
Debuting in the United States in August 2020, Lemieux et Cie is the latest venture from designer/author Christiane Lemieux. She describes her style as "sculptural yet functional" and is inspired by sources as varied as African mud cloths and the Dadaist art of Jean Arp. Each of her designs is a celebration of artistry and the finest materials.