Sahara Hand Knotted Area Rug in Midnight
If it’s a stylish statement you seek to make, then we have the rug for you. From India, the Sahara Collection updates living areas with a fresh take on nomadic, Moroccan inspired rugs. Sahara is hand knotted with two different fibers - jute and wool - the later forms the ethnic patterns in each design. Available in traditional off-whites and gorgeous blues.
Care Instructions: Clean spills, including water, immediately by blotting with a clean sponge or cloth. Avoid exposure to all liquids. Professional cleaning recommended. Rug pad recommended for use on hard floor. Expect shedding. For vacuuming, use a vacuum cleaner without 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: 70% Jute | 30% Wool
Pile Height: 0.38"
Backing: No Backing
Weight: 0.7100 lbs/sq ft
Loloi Lead Times
About 2 weeks: In the case that a rug is backordered, we will be in contact to discuss next steps.
Loloi Rugs started as a company with four employees, a small office in Dallas, Texas, and an idea. They believed that innovative design, an eye for detail, and a commitment to craft could produce truly distinctive rugs. Loloi didn’t set out to become just another rug company, not even the biggest. Instead, they wanted to be pioneers—to design and handcraft the world’s most original rugs. Today, Loloi has hundreds of employees, multiple warehouses, and thousands of products. Loloi has earned the trust of dealers worldwide as well as the respect of industry insiders, winning more awards than any other rug company in the last decade. Although Loloi has grown significantly, they have stuck to their core belief that only home accent worth making and having is one that is uncompromisingly original.
Loloi x GoodWeave
Loloi is proud to partner with GoodWeave, a non-profit company that audits our factories in India. This ensures no child, forced, or bonded labor is used to make our rugs.