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Kalpana Kilim Rug

Kalpana Kilim Rug

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Item Number: 1307
$600.00 - $1,400.00

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Complete the room

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Our Kalpana Kilim Rug (2013) livens up any room with its precisely spaced geometric pattern. Handwoven by a skilled artisan on a traditional punja kilim loom for a textural effect, this reversible rug offers pops of color without distracting too much from surrounding furniture. Black, pink and orange triangles combine to form interesting shapes that catch the eye. Rug pad recommended. Made in India.

  • This rug is produced in a GoodWeave-certified factory, which ensures no child had a hand in its making.

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Dimensions

5x8: L 8' W 5' Pile 0.25" 6x9: L 9' W 6' Pile 0.25" 8x10: L 10' W 8' Pile 0.25" 9x12: L 12' W 9' Pile 0.25"

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55% wool, 45% cotton.

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