Uni rug, light grey




Uni rug


The Uni rugs by Woodnotes are handmade from natural materials, making them the perfect choice for someone wishing to add a sense of warmth to their bedroom or living room. The name Uni is a reference to the rugs being unicolour and unique. The rugs have been hand knotted using natural materials, and therefore the shades are naturally varied. The rugs are made of 90 % wool and 10 % cotton, and they have not been treated chemically. Hence, the colors also vary slightly from rug to rug, as they do from sheep to sheep. As a fun little detail, braided wool fringes have been added to each corner of the rugs. The soft Uni rugs are available in several different colors and sizes.

90% wool, 10% cotton
Light gray
78.74 in (200 cm)
55.12 in (140 cm)
0.79 in (20 mm)
Yarn height
0.59 in (15 mm)
Measurement details
Weight: 8.16 lbs (3,7 kg) / m2
Care instructions
Vacuum regularly, do not use a beater bar or a rotating brush. Do not beat. Professional cleaning recommended. The carpet can also be cleaned with snow.
A new wool rug may temporarily produce fluff.
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