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Size: 4 X 6 ft. 120 X 180 cm May require rug stopper sold separately Our colorful chindi rugs are handmade using reclaimed fabric for impressive durability and long-lasting use. Our photos show the exact item you will receive, not something similar . Our boho rugs bring a boho chic look to any bedroom, living room, foyer, TV room, office, guest room or yoga/meditation room. Handmade, these comfortably soft rugs feature colorful bohemian designs. Unique gift idea. Multi colored boho area rugs are affordable ways to brighten up any room in your home. Go for a complete make-over of your home decor. Eyes of India Guarantee: Shop with confidence. Over 10 years experience. Our products come with a 60-day easy return policy and 100 satisfaction guarantee.
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Beautiful ethnic and traditional Chindi rug/carpet from Jaipur, India. The beautiful striped designs of the carpet are made by combining scraps of many different types of fabric. Radiant patterns in vibrant color and texture make for a dazzling floor or wall piece This rug has a very smooth and soft texture, and is very comfortable to sit or lie on. This gorgeous work of textile art can be used as floor covering like a carpet or rug or as a wall hanging or tapestry and is is a great way to quickly add colorful accents to any room This authentic and interesting piece of functional art is available now for a price you can get only by buying directly from India Color: Multicolor Size: 4 X 6 ft. 120 X 180 cm Material: Rolled cotton thread Weight: 3.8 Kg 134.04 Ounce Place of Origin: Jaipur – India Care: Blot spills immediately with undyed cloth. Professional rug cleaning recommended for hard-to-remove stains. Use of a rug pad is recommended.
Customer reviewsColorful. Soft. Make me happy. A few lumps. Wash well.
I bought these for my kitchen. Two of them are just the right size. Colorful. They make me smile. I've washed them twice now and they come out soft and completely intact. My only complaint is that there are a couple lumps where the fabric pieces are tied together. I'm afraid to untie or cut them because I fear they'll fall apart if I do. Maybe I'll dig out a needle and thread and replace the knots with stitches. Maybe I won't bother. They came with a note from the makers. They had a little bit of an odor that faded after a couple days.