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A timeless pattern inspired by double ikat textiles and a soft, natural texture make this handmade rug a great complement to organic, traditional, bohemian, and global décor styles. All-natural jute fibers and upcycled cotton yarns create a geometric diamond and arrow pattern in bold colors that can enliven any room. Hand-woven by expert artisans in India, this durable rug is built to keep its fresh look for years. Its softness will surprise you: we only use the finest, sustainably farmed jute fibers and we spin our cotton yarn from t-shirts and other recycled garments. This rug’s high quality will feel good and function even better in your favorite rooms at home.

  • This rug is GoodWeave-certified, which means you're not only making the world more beautiful by buying an artisanal product -- you're making the world better by helping to end child labor and supporting fair working conditions.
  • Backing: Cotton and natural latex
  • Rug pad recommended
  • Slight color variations may occur due to the unique qualities of natural fibers and recycled materials



Material 70% cotton, 20% jute, 10% polyester
Construction Handloom woven
Color Blue Ivory Red Tan Yellow
Pile Height 0.50 inches
Country of Origin India

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A Anji Mountain Customer
Maria-Celeste D.
United States United States
Great rug

I absolutely love the rug. It’s exactly how I imagined it and it came really quickly. I’m also happy with how fast one of my questions was answered, even though I didn’t like the answer. I asked if there was any plastic involved in the delivery - yes. Indeed there was. And I am not happy about that. I understand the rug comes from Asia and it can be ruined in transport. And yet, before plastic, rugs were also transported across continents and oceans… Plastic is convenient and cheap, and we are addicted. But we must change this, especially those businesses that care about sustainability. Even if it is difficult. Things will be really, really difficult if we continue to pollute the planet with fossil fuel products.