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Handwoven Demin Blue and White Miniamlistic Cotton Rug with Fringes

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Regular price $259.00 USD
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  • Step into history with our Handwoven Demin Blue and White Minimalistic Cotton Rug, where timeless elegance meets modern minimalism. Crafted by skilled artisans, this rug is more than decor; it's a piece of art with a story. The subtle hues of blue and white weave a tale of tradition, while the fringes add a touch of contemporary flair. Elevate your space with this living history—a rug that speaks volumes in simplicity. A touch of tradition, a dash of modernity—your floors deserve this narrative of style.
  • Material: 100% cotton, natural vegetable-dyed
  • Reversible
  • Biodegradable
  • Suitable for high-traffic areas
  • Care: Blot spills immediately with a clean, absorbent white cloth. For additional info on how to care for your Maia Homes Rug, Click Here.
  • Origin: Hand-woven in India.
  • Note: All rug sizes are approximate. We do our best to represent all rug colors accurately. Due to the difference in monitor colors, some rug colors may vary slightly. 
  • Shipping: This article may take 3 - 6 weeks for delivery.

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Free Front door delivery within the US. Outside USA: Promo Flat Rate Shipping Fee: 20$ Per Order. Learn More.

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You can return eligible items within 30 days of receiving an order. All orders outside The contiguous United States, subscription boxes, furniture, sales, and made-to-order items are FINAL SALE, and are not eligible for a return. Learn More.

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The Art of Hand-woven Cotton Rugs

The Art of Woven Rugs

Skilled artisans bring their expertise and cultural heritage to create unique, handcrafted cotton rugs that showcase the beauty of traditional craftsmanship.

They manually weave the weft threads through the warp threads to create the desired pattern and texture.

In certain designs, the artisans create a pile by knotting individual strands of yarn around pairs of warp threads, resulting in a textured surface.

This process takes weeks, if not months, to complete a single rug. 

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