Khalid Hand Knotted Area Rug in Stone / Charcoal
A nod to timeless Moroccan style, the Khalid Collection is hand-knotted in India by skilled artisans. The soft pile features 100% natural, undyed wool, lending slight variations in tones that make each piece its own. Plus, each rug is finished with a thoughtfully designed fringe.
Care Instructions: Clean spills immediately by blotting with a clean sponge or cloth. Professional cleaning recommended. Appropriate rug pad recommended on all surfaces for wear/tear and safety. For vacuuming, use a vacuum cleaner without a beater bar or one where you can set the bar to the highest pile setting. If your vacuum has variable power settings, set on low. Vacuum full length of the rug, turn and repeat to the next area, rather than back and forth motion.
- Technique: Hand Knotted
- Material: 100% Wool
- Pile Height: 0.5"
- Backing: No Backing
- Weight: 0.4900 lbs/sq ft
About 2 weeks: In the case that a rug is backordered, we will be in contact to discuss next steps.
Loloi Rugs creates hand-crafted rugs and pillows for the designers, decorators, and homebodies that deeply value the art of home decor. Loloi rugs are designed with refined taste and intention, then hand-woven using centuries-old craftsmanship in Varanasi, India. With statement-worthy collections and popular brand/celebrity collaborations, Loloi has become one of the most notable retailers in the industry. From rugs to decor, all products are ethically-made and designed to comfortably elevate your home with a simple, clean, sophisticated look.
Loloi is a proud partner with GoodWeave, a non-profit that audits the company’s factories in India and ensures no child, forced, or bonded labor is used to make the rugs. From dyeing the wool to weaving the fabric, the entire manufacturing process is completed by hand — the Old World Way. For the past 25 years, Loloi owner Amir Loloi has traveled the Indian countryside in search of the best weavers and craftspeople. Over the years, Amir has built an admirable connection to the artisans, collaborating with each person to create modern designs that will last for decades.