Hand-dyed & woven in Peru by
Woven with hand-dyed 100% llama wool, a fiber known for its durability and softness, this rug is crafted to be heirloom-quality. The wool is harvested and loomed by a community of skilled weavers in a remote mountain village. The geometric design of this rug pays homage to the surrounding Andean vistas with modern simplicity.
Resilient under everyday wear and stain-resistant, you can confidently feature this rug in high-traffic entertaining areas. It’s even reversible, so you can show off the cream or blue dominant side, as desired.
- MEASUREMENTS: 5' x 8' or 6 x 9' (expect slight variation in sizing)
- MATERIALS: 100% llama wool - the most durable fiber in Peru
- COLORS: Blue and light cream
- MADE IN SMALL BATCHES: Comes with hand-numbered tag
All our rugs are made from the finest natural materials. We chose pure sheep or llama wools, dye them carefully, and weave them for strength. Following these suggestions will ensure your rugs can be treasured for a lifetime.
- Vacuum rugs lightly
- Avoid direct and prolonged sunlight exposure
- Do not treat with stain products
- If a stain occurs, act quickly preventing it from drying (see below)
Tips for cleaning the most common household stains:
- The most important thing is to act quickly before the stain dries.
- If the stain was caused by liquid, use paper towels to absorb. Work gently from the edges toward the center, so the problem area does not expand.
- For wine, coffee, tea and (God forbid!) blood: absorb it quickly. Then apply a solution of warm water, detergent and white vinegar with a damp sponge. Wipe with clean cloth and let dry. If the stain persists, have it professionally cleaned.
- For spots of oil, chocolate, lipstick, nail polish, or ink: scrub – then soak – as much of the stain as possible with a white cloth or paper towel. Clean the rug professionally. Professional dry cleaning is always the best option for stubborn or dried stains.