Woolable Rug Lakota Night - Large

Lorena Canals

$595.00

Lorena Canals

Woolable Rug Lakota Night - Large

$595.00

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Rectangular wool rug with ethnic inspired design symbols made in soft short wool pile, mixed with lines and edges in medium pile to create a structured surface. A modern and elegant color combination in Smoke Blue, Silver Gray, Natural and Charcoal.


Inspired by the question, “Why can’t we wash our kids’ rugs at home?” Lorena Canals set out to create one. In the 20 years since, the brand has created an extensive collection of machine washable, kid-friendly home accessories that don’t sacrifice design and style. Each product is manufactured with the highest standards, handmade by artisans in the north of India using eco-friendly natural fibers and child-safe dyes. What’s more, each purchase helps underprivileged children in the north of India access education.

  • Dimensions: 5' 7" x 7' 11" 
  • 100% wool pile, recycled cotton base
  • Machine washable cool on gentle cycle
  • Environmentally responsibly made with non-toxic and non-polluting dyes
  • Made in India
  • Check label sewn onto the rug for recommended washing machine capacity for each rug. For this size, we recommend a minimum capacity of 13kg. Wash separately at 30º, using a gentle cycle and a short program (max 30 min). Use a neutral detergent. Make sure you use a low spin cycle if the rug has braids or fringes. Do not bleach. Avoid using softener. Do not leave the wet rug in the washer, as colors may bleed. Tumble dry at low temperature. Do not dry clean
  • Pile: 100% Wool Base: Recycled Cotton
  • India
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    Lorena Canals

    Lorena Canals

    Inspired by the question, “why can’t we wash our kids’ rugs at home?” Lorena Canals set out to create one. In the 20 years since, the brand has created an extensive collection of machine washable, kid-friendly home accessories that don’t sacrifice design and style. Each product is manufactured with the highest standards, handmade by artisans in the north of India using eco-friendly natural fibers and child-safe dyes. What’s more, each purchase helps underprivileged children in the north of India access education. 

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