9'3" x 12'9" LUMINANCE NOR-LUM07 Cream, Cream Transitional Rug
to the contiguous US and Canadian provinces
Time-honored design finds reinvention with this beautiful area rug through fresh interpretation of scale, and a palette of unique, transitional hues. Accented by stylized palmettes, the interlocking geometry of trailing vines beautifully twists and twines in tones of silver and grey across a background of dusty salmon. The distinctive style and intricately patterned design of this piece will add a sense of splendor to any room’s dcor that will never go out of style.
Quality : Excellent
Aprox Size *
9'3" x 12'9"
30% WOOL,70% VISCOSE
Weight (Sq Meter)
Overweight (3.3+ Kg/SM)
About this Rug
Taking inspiration from the intricate geometrics of antiquity, with a modern approach to color and design, the Luminance collection will complement a variety of décors, both traditional and modern. These rugs have a rich texture and silky sheen that imbue each design a sense of warmth and vintage affluence – but with the exceptional color retention of modern day fibers. The traditional designs have the look of authentic antiques that have been passed down from generation to generation, while the transitional pieces exude elegance, depth and refinement. This collection will instantly transform and beautify the dcor of any space.70% Luxcelle 2 30% New Zealand Wool • Loom Woven • Handwashed • Hand Finished *Luxcelle 2™ is a proprietary viscose fiber made from cellulose and purified cotton. It has been specially developed by ECG for use as a carpet yarn and has been formulated to have superior strength, a fabulous silk-like sheen, and excellent color retention.
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