Item No. 100189657

Furbo Rug

Item No. 100189657

Furbo Rug


Yellow / Tan
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Furbo Rug


A minimalist pattern with well considered graphics, the Furbo Rug (2018) is hand-tufted by Linie Design’s artisan weavers using an ancient technique, that creates a characteristic appearance and feels luxurious underfoot. Its understated and elegant color contrast is suitable for a variety of interiors. Designed by Urd Moll Gundermann and produced in cooperation with Care & Fair, an organization that fights illegal child labor and works to improve the living conditions of carpet knotters and their families. Made in India.
  • Hand-tufted wool and viscose for durability and softness underfoot.
  • Abstract lines and shapes lend a contemporary, minimalist appearance.
  • Produced in association with Care & Fair.
  • Rug pad recommended.
Linie Design
General Dimensions
  • 138" W 99" D
Product Weight
80 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 100" H 11" W 11" D
Comes fully assembled
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5'7" x 7'9"

  • Width (in): 93
  • Depth (in): 67
  • Weight (lbs): 38

6'6" x 9'8"

  • Width (in): 116
  • Depth (in): 78
  • Weight (lbs): 57

8'3" x 11'6"

  • Width (in): 138
  • Depth (in): 99
  • Weight (lbs): 80
  • 90% wool
  • 10% viscose

Urd Moll Gundermann

Growing up in and just outside Copenhagen, Urd Moll Gundermann was taken with fashion. “I’ve always been fascinated by fashion and textiles, and the fibers of the textiles and patterns and colors in combination,” she says. With encouragement from her father, drawing and sketching became passions as well. “I think it’s a part of me. It will always be a part of me. I feel that it’s my life.”

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