The Koti Meya Wool Rug features a raised textual tribal pattern with a neutral base of grey and ivory tones. Our Koti collection is available in five colours and four rectangular sizes.
A rug from our Koti Collection will add a natural and textural design element to any space. This range of natural wool rugs is crafted in India using hand-looming and flat-weave techniques.
The Koti Collection is flat-woven with a tribal or trellis pattern in off white or monochrome tones which is lightly raised for added definition. The neutral nature of these rugs gives this range a timeless appeal, which can be adapted to a variety of decor themes.
• Pile Height: Textured Flat Weave Pile
• Style: Modern, Scandinavian
• Weave: Hand-Loomed
• Material: 100% Wool
• Made in India
BENEFITS OF WOOL RUGS
• Natural heat retention
• Resilient texture that recovers from indents & crushing of footsteps
• Wool rugs are excellent at filtering air pollutants such as pollen, dust and fungal spores, aiding respiration
• High stain & flame resistance & helps with moisture reduction
This rug will shed. Shedding is not considered a defect.
Shedding does not decrease in time for this rug.
This is a hand-loomed product. Variances, inconsistencies & sprouts in the weave are natural characteristics of this rug. Colour & size will vary due to the handcrafted nature.
This rug is not recommended by Lost Design Society for young children or infants as shedding can be a potential choking hazard.
This rug is not recommended by Lost Design Society for high traffic areas, frequent vacuuming, use by pets or under moving furniture anchor points, such as a set of dining table chairs.
There is the option to measure the space with a tape measure and place some sheets of paper or masking tape to offer potential perspective on size suitability.
Bunching/curling can occur due to many factors, including furniture/objects preventing the natural traffic movement of the rug, foot traffic & humidity. Bunching/curling can be exacerbated when a rug is placed on a surface such as carpet. Bunching/curling is not a defect.
The photographed rug is the smallest size rug. The design is mapped to size in larger sizes.
The professional photography provided depicts this rug within technology limitations.
Seeing a rug in real life will vary from viewing a rug online.