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KONGSTRUP Rug, high pile, light blue/green,

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Previous price£85

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A strong graphic expression in complementary tones of light blue and darker green. The rug is shed-free, easy to care for and will outlast family, friends and happenings for years to come.

Article Number104.352.19

Product details

The design and colours catch your eye in any room.

The rug will last a long time since it is stain-resistant and easy to care for.

Durable and will not shed since the rug is made of polypropylene.

You will need 2 STOPP anti-slip underlays (67.5x200 cm) for this rug. Trim or fold if necessary.

The rug is machine-woven.

Designer

Kangan Arora

Article Number104.352.19
  • 100% polypropylene

    Do not wash.

    Do not bleach.

    Do not tumble dry.

    Do not iron.

    Do not dryclean.

    Vacuum and rotate the rug regularly.

    Dry spots; remove immediately by scraping carefully towards the middle of the spot.

    Wet spots; do not rub. Absorb with paper towels, damp with cloth and mild detergent.

    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.

Measurements

Length: 195 cm

Width: 133 cm

Thickness: 17 mm

Area: 2.59 m²

Surface density: 2500 g/m²

Pile coverage: 1490 g/m²

Pile thickness: 14 mm

  • KONGSTRUP
    Rug, high pileArticle no.104.352.19

    Length: 138 cm

    Weight: 6.57 kg

    Diameter: 18 cm

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

5(2)
Perfect size for a bedroomHoney544Very nice colour Good quality Good size And very soft and easy to clean with vaccum5
Mags gorgeous oneGreat colours fits well!!!5
KONGSTRUP Rug, high pile, light blue/green, 133x195 cm

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Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

“I wish for nobody to live a life without colour, and hope that people have as much fun decorating with these patterns as I had creating them! Many came to life in a subconscious and intuitive way by combining bold Indian colours and shapes with clean and simple Scandinavian lines. The patterns can be combined together throughout the home; working just as well in the bedroom as in the living room – spreading vitality, playfulness, optimism and a good vibe."

Designer thoughts Kangan Arora