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Item No. 100442846

Wave Flatweave Rug

$2,750.00
5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100442846

Wave Flatweave Rug

$2,750.00

Saffron
Pollen
Aerial
Available to ship in:
  • Intricately woven tonal ombre effect.
  • Made from plush wool and organic cotton.
  • Long fringe and contrast stitch detailing.

Shipping Options

  • Ships via FedEx

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Designed by Maharam Design Studio for Maharam
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Wave Flatweave Rug
$2,750.00

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Details

Details

The softly blended gradient of stripes in the Wave Flatweave Rug from Maharam (2022) is designed to elevate, not dominate, its surroundings. Its textural ribs of wool are formed by a durable, exaggerated twill weave; its mineral and earthy neutrals create a tonal ombre. The long fringe and contrast stitching on the ends add an inviting textural layer. Made from wool and organic cotton, the rug is ideal for high-traffic locations. Made in India.
  • Intricately woven tonal ombre effect.
  • Made from plush wool and organic cotton.
  • Long fringe and contrast stitch detailing.
Brand
Maharam
General Dimensions
  • 72" W 108" L
Product Weight
16.75 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

5' x 7'

  • Length (in): 84
  • Width (in): 60
  • Weight (lbs): 11
  • Pile (Thickness): ½

6' x 9'

  • Length (in): 108
  • Width (in): 72
  • Weight (lbs): 16.75
  • Pile (Thickness): ½

8' x 10'

  • Length (in): 120
  • Width (in): 96
  • Weight (lbs): 25
  • Pile (Thickness): ½

9' x 12'

  • Length (in): 144
  • Width (in): 108
  • Weight (lbs): 33.5
  • Pile (Thickness): ½
  • 90% wool, 10% organic cotton

Maharam Design Studio

Maharam was founded in 1902 by Louis Maharam, a Russian immigrant who sold fabric remnants from a pushcart on New York’s Lower East Side. Over the generations, the company became a pioneer of performance-driven textiles, and today—with a focus on aesthetic and industrial innovation—the Maharam Design Studio balances the principles of utility and technology with luxury and tradition.

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