Finarte Terttu rug, beige
Finarte Terttu rug, beige
Finarte Terttu rug, beige
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Terttu rug, beige

Finarte

AU$1,358.00
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Terttu rug
AU$1,358.00


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Description

The Terttu rug, designed by Eri Shimatsuka for Finarte, reflects the atmosphere of Finnish forests, home to an abundance of wild berries. Hand-knotted from New Zealand wool, the rug is a fascinating combination of luxurious materials and a distinctly bohemian pattern finished with colourful fringes. The Terttu rug celebrates the 100th anniversary of Finnish-Japanese diplomatic relations, drawing inspiration from themes valued in both countries: nature, traditional handcrafts and the beauty found in everyday life.

Material
70% wool, 30% cotton (base)
Colour
Beige, dark blue
Length
200 cm
Width
140 cm
Yarn height
7 mm
Weight
8.8 kg
Notes
Custom sizes available through our Customer Service (max. 300 x 900 cm).
Care instructions
Vacuum gently, do not rub. Professional cleaning.

Eri Shimatsuka

Eri Shimatsuka is a Tokyo-born textile designer who moved to Finland in 2007. Shimatsuka has studied textile art at Helsinki’s Aalto University, and worked for brands such as Marimekko and Lapuan Kankurit. Besides print design, her work includes illustrations, book projects and translations.

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