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Cappelen Dimyr Colonnade NO.02

7.500,00 kr

Hand-knotted Colonnade no.02 by Cappelen Dimyr

Colonnade no.02 is an homage to the understated bohemian elegance that is the signature of Cappelen Dimyr. The soft irregular pattern of highs and lows creates a vivid and intriguing look, emphasized by its crème beige colour and bold chunky tassels.

Any variation in colour or detailing is a result of the handcrafted nature of this item and makes each piece unique. Please note this is a partly long pile and shaggy rug which usually tends to shed more than low pile rugs. Make sure to vacuum often to reduce this.
Product type: Hand knotted carpet in Wool
Material: 85% Wool, 15% cotton
Color: Natural
Sizes: 100 x 240 cm
Production: India

 

Cappelen Dimyr uses only natural fibers such as unbleached linen and wool in an effort to make products that have minimal harmful impact on the environment. Every piece is trimmed by hand, washed with natural soap, and dried under the sun. Cappelen Dimyr uses no chemicals in any part of the production, and constantly strives to improve their practices in respect for people and the planet. The products are certified by Good Weave Certification and Care & Fair.

 

Care for your Cappelen Dimyr

You can trust your Cappelen Dimyr is produced by hand, in the finest available wool with long and strong fibres. However, all long pile rugs tend to shed initially and we therefore recommend you to vacuum your rug daily for an initial period. It is normal for the rug to lose individual fibres, and the excess fibres does not affect the quality of the rug. We recommend to vacuum without a rotary brush spout on our long pile rugs, since there is a risk of damaging the yarn. Also make sure not to use a heavy beater bar or have the vacuum on the setting closest to the ground. Shedding tends to decrease within a couple of months.

Remove stains by carefully use only warm water or for more heavy marks add a tiny bit of normal soap. The wool contains natural fat which helps keeping stains from penetrating the fibres, and is therefore important to sustain. For excess liquid gently dab with a microfiber cloth. For more thorough cleaning, dry cleaning is recommended.