Farahan Ziegler Rug - Beige / Red
Round Rug Ø 200 cm
Farahan Ziegler Rug - Beige / Red carpet from Turkey.
These beautiful Oriental rugs are replicas of the highly popular Ziegler rugs that originate from ancient Persia. The pattern in the rugs originates from antique rugs and often have lighter colour schemes than other Oriental rugs. These well loved rugs have long been sought after mainly because they fit into most homes, modern and more traditional settings alike. The pile is made of a synthetic wool material with textile characteristics which give a soft and comfortable rug to walk on, that is easy to maintain and does not fluff.
Synthetic wool (Polypropylene) is a man-made fibre, made up of tightly twisted yarns that give the rug a lively lustre. Polypropylene has a high resistance to wear and can withstand heat well. Rugs produced using polypropylene are ideal for people with allergies to, for example, natural materials. The material is antistatic which means it does not shed fibres or attract dust and is easy to clean.
All our machine-knotted rugs from Turkey are certified according to STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®, a globally uniform and independent testing- and certification system for textiles. The certification means that the finished product is free from hazardous chemicals.
Beautiful pattern, soft to the touch!
Looks stunning in situ
Reste à confirmer la satisfaction après usage ...
Good quality, good value for money product.
Very pleased with the rug.
Very nice carpet, I am very much satisfied with the purchase experience.
would highly recommend. Great quality carpet and good communication
This sits under our bed and has turned a rather cold and sterile room into a warm welcoming room with a floor that is lovey to walk on. The cat approves! Ignore the crease, we lifted the bed and straightened it out
Great value and quality
Great quality and looks beautifully in my corridor. Also this is how it was just opened and as you can see it doesn't have wrinkles or "ears".
The colors in the rug will be perceived differently depending on the angle you view it from.