5442 Arthur Kill Road
Staten Island, NY, 10307
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From: $1,800.00$75/sq ft
Our Labyrinth collection brings together a peaceful geometrical maze design that draws the viewers eyes into the center of the rug. Made with New Zealand wool and real silk. This collections features pile height variations which gives the rug a 3D effect.
Our rugs are normally available for delivery within 10 to 90 days. Contact Us or Request a Quote for timing on the rug and size of your choice.
PATTERNS MAY VARY
Our Supremely handmade rugs are tenderly crafted with great care. Please bear in mind when selecting your rug, that there may subtle pattern changes according to size; for example, the pattern of a smaller 3×5 rug may be subtly different than its larger 9×12 counterpart. However, this does not impact the beauty of your rug!
SIZE MAY VARY
Supremely handmade rugs may have slight variations in size (up to 3”). The diameter of the hand-spun wool our weavers use will impact the size of knots. (i.e., if the diameter of the wool is thicker, the knot will be thicker, resulting in a larger rug). This is one of the unique ways a splendid, handwoven rug is set apart from manufactured rugs.
CLEANING & CARE
Vacuuming regularly is just one step in preserving the look and feel of your rug. Avoid the temptation to pull any loose threads! Instead, carefully trim them with a good pair of scissors. Be sure to treat any spills with a clean, white cloth. Another important step preventing uneven wear and discoloration is to rotate the rug every few months. This is a great way to prevent distortion from foot traffic and sun rays. Having your rugs cleaned professionally will ensure that all harmful bacteria and other harmful particles are eradicated.
CHOOSING YOUR RUG
Some of the most important elements to consider before purchasing a rug are the dimensions of the room as well as the existing furnishings. This is the only way to ensure that the shape, patterns, and positioning of a rug will work well within the space. This chart provides a better illustration of how some common rugs work in proportion to a standard sofa.
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