Leloudo Rug - Multicolor
Eleni Tsimidou is a visual artist, graduated from the Fine Arts University, Visual and Applied Art, in sculpturing, of Aristoteleio University of Thessaloniki. She studied and worked in conservation of Art. She has a degree in piano studies and music harmony. From 2002 she works with video, photography and constructions of mosaics. She participates in
Group exhibitions with installations, video and painting. Also she does scenography and theatrical light for theatrical plays. The last years she works on open art with children.
A garden in spring time
Leloudo Rug - Multicolor carpet from Turkey.
These modern rugs come in a variety of different sizes and patterns and make for a beautiful focal point in your home. When making these rugs a synthetic wool material with textile qualities is used. Besides having a soft and comfortable pile to walk on, this material has several good features that among others make the rug lint free and easy to clean.
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.
It looks lovely but I haven’t unwrapped it as it’s a gift. Thanks 😊
Very beautiful colors, lively.
Beautiful rug, looks just like the photo. Feels lovely to walk on but durable enough for a hallway
Lovely rug, delivered on time. We would definitely use rugvusya again.
Very good and complies with my expectations.
Good quality good price
As described - great value rug
The colors in the rug will be perceived differently depending on the angle you view it from.