Park City Sundance Hand Woven Rug

$ 1,210.00


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Description

Handwoven in India, the Park City collection by Barclay Butera evokes a masculine modernity through neutral-toned grids. The modern Sundance rug showcases a grid in on-trend hues of cream and gray. The cut and looped pile adds texture while maintaining a soft hand. Polyester and wool fibers create a naturally stain-resistant accent piece that suits medium-traffic spaces of the home, such as bedrooms, formal living rooms, formal dining areas, and sitting rooms.

  • 60% Polyester 40% Wool
  • Hand Woven
  • 1/2" Thick
  • Please Note: All sizes are nominal, accepted variance is +/- 3".

Care Instructions: Blot stains immediately and clean using a mild soap mixed with equal parts white vinegar and water. Vacuum regularly with beater bar off.

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About Jaipur Living

Devoted to a passion for preserving the centuries-old traditions of handmade rug weaving by skilled artisans, Jaipur Living crafts exquisite heirloom rugs, pillows, and home decor. Founded by Nand Kishore Chaudhary in 1978 on the principle of experienced artistry as dignified craftsmanship, the company was revolutionary for employing “untouchables” and women, going against generations of social norms and practices in India. Today, Chaudhary’s daughters Asha and Archana carry on their father’s legacy, and expand it through technological innovation, and socially responsible efforts.

Jaipur Living partners with a network of 40,000 local artisans from more than 700 rural communities throughout India where the old ways of handcrafted art and rug weaving are a valuable part of life, and a unique aspect of their heritage. Featuring vivid colors, patterns and textures, these rugs, pillows, and home accent pieces are crafted using a variety of techniques too. From the luxurious and heirloom quality of hand-knotted, hand-tufted, and hand-woven pieces, to the more affordable and easier to care for options in flat-weave or power-loom processes, each item is endowed with years of skilled experience, and attention to detail.

In an effort to further support the communities they collaborate with, the company founded their Jaipur Rugs Foundation in 2004. The program provides training, skills development, social, and even free medical services for their artisans to empower sustainable livelihoods and independence through the timeless craft of their art. By bringing this beautiful work to wider appreciation, and helping protect these generations-old traditions, Jaipur Living strives to share the artistry of the old world for years to come.