VOKSLEV Rug, flatwoven, grey,

$299

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A perfect fit under your coffee or dining room table. The strong sisal withstands the wear and tear from feet and moving chairs and is naturally resistant to stains from spilled food, drinks or snacks.

Article Number604.916.94

Product details

The rug is hard-wearing and durable because it’s made of sisal, a natural fibre taken from the agave plant.

The material and geometric pattern work just as well in a traditional setting as in modern homes.

Designer

Akanksha Deo

Article Number604.916.94
  • 100% sisal

    Avoid placing the rug in damp spaces.

    Do not wash.

    Do not bleach.

    Do not tumble dry.

    Do not iron.

    Do not dryclean.

    Vacuum and rotate the rug regularly.

    Professional carpet cleaning when needed.

    Always use the standard floorhead, never the rotating brush, when vaccum cleaning the rug.

  • Use STOPP anti-slip underlay for increased safety; to be placed under the entire rug.
  • By using a renewable material like sisal fibre in this product, we avoid using fossil or finite materials.

    We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.

Measurements

Length: 300 cm

Width: 200 cm

Thickness: 8 mm

Area: 6.00 m²

Surface density: 2354 g/m²

  • VOKSLEV
    Rug, flatwovenArticle no604.916.94

    Length: 200 cm

    Weight: 15.92 kg

    Diameter: 19 cm

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

4.5(19)
Great rug - amazing priceKieranGreat rug - amazing price5
Good quality, great colourAshleyVery pleased with purchase. Great colour and a lovely weave, making it soft to walk on5
Absolutely love it So difficultJulieAbsolutely love it So difficult to find anything natural at a reasonable price. Most rugs are looking very synthetic at present.5
Great price - good qualityTriciaI love this rug. Soft, neutral tones and natural texture. Looks great on polished concrete or oak timber floors.5
Happy with qualitySashaHappy with quality4
I ordered this rug onlineMichelleI ordered this rug online so only had the picture to go by. The rug was a lot coarser than I expected. I was also disappointed that when the rug was delivered the plastic protective wrap had been ripped and the rug had a pull in the weave. As I had already unwrapped it and wasn’t able to go to IKEA to return it I’ve just had to make do.3
Practical rugDanielleDecent size and quality. Would like to see some other options on offer4
Great Value for moneyMillyWas worried rug would be too course being sisal but gave it a go given the price. Very happy.4
Great size!KalieThis rug is the perfect size and colour for under our dining table. It’s texture makes it easy for our dining chairs to slide back and forth and the colour suits our slate flooring.5
Exactly as in the photosJacquiExactly as in the photos 😊5
LOvely rug perfect for underAmyLOvely rug perfect for under our our table with little kids5
A really lovely rug- wouldGeorgieA really lovely rug- would be great if there were more sizes and a 4metre runner!5
Robust, good quality and looksDredaRobust, good quality and looks5
Lovely Rug, but very slippery.ClaireWe love the look of this rug, the colour and texture is just beautiful. This would be 5 stars, except for the fact that the rug is extremely slippery and we've had a couple of near accidents. Despite the thickness of the rug, it moves around and can be scrunched up with too much movement.4
Looks niceStephenLooks nice Initially but the finish deteriorated quickly & surprisingly sheds fibres. I highly recommend the Lohals rug range but Vokslev I cannot.2
Love it!FredLove it!5
Looks great.CarolineLooks great.5
Love it.EmilyIt’s perfect. I love it5
Great rugKimIt’s a great rug for our lounge room. It finishes off the area nicely5

Material

What is sisal?

The sisal fibre is extracted from the long, sword-shaped leaves of the sisal and has traditionally been used in ropes and strings. The fibre is durable, stain resistant and sound insulating – so it’s excellent to weave rugs with. But it’s not just the fibre that is useful, the sisal has an extensive root system that can help limit soil erosion, and what’s left of the leaves can be used for bioenergy, fertilisers and animal feed.