Handmade Hand Woven Wool & Cotton Asko Grey Modern Area Rug
The Asko Area Rug by Linie Design is a handwoven, non-reversible area rug woven from high quality wool and cotton giving it a thick, matted texture. It is available in four color options, white, light grey, grey, and mixed with interwoven white and black yarn. Simply designed and masterfully woven, this area rug will add warmth and comfort to your space while not distracting or overwhelming. This is an indoor use only rug that does require our Prima Luxus rug pad for solid surfaces (item sold separately). Product care includes vacuuming and using mild soap with a damp towel.
Frequently asked Questions:
Are deviations in sizes and colours to be expected?
Yes, minor deviations (+/- 3 % in size) are normal because all rugs are handmade.
Is it normal that the rug produces fluff?
Balls of fluff may appear on the surface, especially on hand-tufted rugs. It will, however, stop after a couple of months.
How do I clean the rug?
1. Use a vacuum cleaner or a carpet sweeper
2. Damp towel
How do I treat marks at viscose rugs?
Go to your Drycleaners for steam cleaning
All materials used in our rugs are at highest quality and not hazardous to health.
Fair Business and Comunity Involvement
CARE & FAIR is a worldwide industry initiative of the European carpet trade. As a member of the organisation, we help fight illegal child labour and improve the living conditions of carpet knotters and their families in India, Nepal and Pakistan.
At present, CARE & FAIR supports 13 schools, 7 adult education centres and 6 day care centres in India. Since the middle of 2008 we have fully sponsored one of the schools – thereby named Linie Design School. We pay all running expenses to ensure, that more than 350 Indian pupils can go to school every day. This way we give the next generation a safer future.
Furthermore, the Women Empowerment Program is part of the activities in CARE & FAIR. Since 2002 mothers and elder sisters of schoolchildren in some of the CARE & FAIR schools (including Linie Design School) have been given the opportunity to acquire basic knowledge in reading, math and writing. In addition they are taught in sewing and stitching, so that they can produce things, sell them on the market or use them for their own families.