Ever thought that discarded bicycle tubes could be reborn as the contemporary outdoor rugs?
Well, thats what we've done!
Spaghetti-like pieces of bicycle tubes are woven into the shaggy rug by using PET yarn (derived from recycled plastic bottles) as a warp.
The simple shaggy gives the rug a modern and understated look which can be used indoors as well as outdoors. Environment friendly, as well as ultra chic for your Garden or Patio, the Sachi rug will never fail to impress! A classic, timeless colour that is super easy to coordinate with and easy to care for.
- Sizes: 160x230cm, 190 x 290cm
- Handwoven Rug
- Made with Bike Tubes & Recycled PET (derived from recycled plastic bottles)
- High Durability due to the materials involved
- Colours: Charcoal
- Ethically made and GoodWeave approved
- Thick, plush and hard wearing.
Oeko-Tex certified against harmful substances
- 1. This Eco rug is handmade from recycled fabrics/ materials.
- 2. Each rug is unique in colour/ style/ texture.
- 3. Light Vacuum clean regularly. Avoid using beater brush on rugs.
- 4. Remove spills immediately. Blot any liquid with a clean cloth or a paper napkin.
- 5. Please do not pull loose ends if any. Trim with scissors.
- 6. This Outdoor / Indoor rug is tolerant to moisture/ water. Water will be absorbed by its surface and will dry up without causing any harm.
- 7. Please keep away from sharp objects, hot surfaces, open fire places and excess moisture.
STORAGE: Make sure the rug is clean and dry. Store in a ventilated, dry area. Do NOT fold. Roll the rug with front side in-wards.
Hammer & Thread is an inhouse label produced by Upcycle Studio. We pride ourselves on ensuring that all of our products meet strict design, material and manufacture criterias. Each product must be made with reclaimed, recycled or all natural materials and should be made ethically by hand. We make a point of ensuring that all of our rugs are approved by the GoodWeave organisation, Oeko Tex certified and Rainforest Alliance certified.
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