✓ In stock: Only 4 in stock
4.64 of 5
11 customers have reviewed this carpet on the independent site Trustpilot
Perfect! Good quality for the price!
Kirsti L. - bought 200x250, 13 days ago
The rug arrived as expected. The colour a bit darker that I thought, but it goes well indeed . The appearance is like if it were made of wool . I'm very happy with this purchase.
Angeles G. - bought 200x250, 14 days ago
A great carpet - exactly like shown - I'ld buy it again!
Petra - bought Ø 300, Nov -17
A carpet with a very good quality and very good price.
Guillermo M. F. - bought 250x250, Oct -17
Sehr empfehlenswert. Unkomplizierte und schnelle Lieferung. Toller Teppich.Translate
Nina E. - bought 200x250, 17 days ago
Mooi kleed, scherpe prijs en snelle leveringTranslate
Ria Pijnaker - bought 200x250, 28 days ago
Superbe avec des tons très doux et une belle qualité velours ...Translate
Castanie M. P. - bought 200x250, Nov -17
Toujours satisfaite par mes commandes merci J EVRARDTranslate
Andre EVRARD - bought Ø 200, 7 days ago
Goede keus en ziet er gioed uit!Translate
Hans Scheffers - bought 240x300, Oct -17
di buona qualità e rispondente alle caratteristiche riportate in schedaTranslate
Frezza G. - bought 80x400, Nov -17
Mechanically produced rugs - production is carried out in a fixed rug width and with a fixed number of colours to form a rug pattern. Machine-knotted rugs take significantly less time to produce than hand-knotted rugs accounting for the price difference.
The size of this rug can vary as cotton may cause the rug to shrink slightly after production.
|Points per m2||307000|
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.
|Thickness approx||8 mm|
The colors in the rug will be perceived differently depending on the angle you view it from.