TIOGA Rug

Safavieh
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TIOGA Rug

$198-$445
$95-$240 Gilt
Size :
  • 4x6
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  • 5x8
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  • 6x9
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Color:
spray / blue
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Description
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Hand-loomed from 100% plastic yarns from recycled soda bottles in India. This outdoor rug is weather and stain resistant. The pattern is a graphic interpretation of the sailor's knot and reminiscent of classic flatweave carpets. Rug is reversible. Available in 4'x6', 5'x8' and 6'x9'. Spot clean.

Material: 100% Plastic

Brand: Safavieh

Origin: Imported

The more things change, the more they stay the same. That’s the case with Safavieh, whose handmade rugs combine centuries-old techniques and modern design. Founded in Persia in 1914, the family-run company draws from three generations of experience in the field. Its carpets range from antique reproductions to contemporary styles offered in varieties including hooked, tufted, flat weave, Gabeh (thick pile weave) and hand-knotted. The company has also garnered awards for its collaborations with such leading interior designers as Thomas O’Brien, Martha Stewart, Suzanne Kasler, and Jamie Drake.