Nuage Rug

Surya
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Nuage Rug

$125-$1,001
$35-$500.50 Gilt
Size :
  • 2.2x3.3
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  • 7.10x10.6
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Color:
light gray, taupe, off white, black
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Delivery Charge: $9.95-$24.95
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Description
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Nuage Rug:

  • From the Nuage Collection
  • Made from 100% durable olefin
  • 6/10-inch pile height
  • Features a soft hand and abstract pattern
  • Stain, odor, and fade resistant
  • Spot clean with a mild detergent

Material: Olefin

Care: Spot clean with a mild detergent

Brand: Surya

Origin: Imported

Surya’s rugs are horizontal works of art. The 30-year-old company, founded in India, spins out a vast variety of high-quality, hand-knotted wool carpets, including elaborate Oriental patterns, romantic damask prints, and graphic contemporary designs — and has partnered with everyone from fashion designer Bob Mackie to the Smithsonian to create special collections. Recently Surya has partnered with HGTV's Angelo Surmelis, host of uber-popular show 'Rate My Space', to create the Angelo:Home line of rugs. With a motto that claims “360 degrees of style,” Surya also designs throws, pillows, and even wall art inspired by — and meant to coordinate with — its rugs.