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Space Surface is a high-quality hand-knotted rug made of best quality New Zealand wool mixed with Bamboo fibers. The combination of New Zealand wool and Bamboo gives a very durable rug with a light shine which is simple to maintain. The quality of the fibers minimizes peeling to almost nothing.
 
The production of Bamboo is sustainable as it thrives without any pesticides, New Zealand wool is made with animal-friendly practices and both fibers are sustainable, natural and biodegradable and thus very eco-friendly materials. Ocean Rug is suited for both domestic and contract use in areas with moderate traffic.
 
The use of an underlay carpet is recommended.

Quality
Handknotted
50% Bamboo, 50% New Zealand wool
 
Available Sizes
170×240 cm
200×300 cm
Dia. 200 cm (round)
Dia. 240 cm (round)
 
Custom Sizes
Yes 4-6 month delivery
 
About
Production method: Handknotted
Pile height: 11-12 mm
Weight: 4.00 kg/m2
Size variation : +/-3%
Flame retardant treatment: Possible to treat with FLOVAN CGN-01
Protection: Scotchgard treatment and moth proofing possible
Warranty: 2 years
 
Care
Professional cleaning is recommended. Never clean with chemicals!
Daily cleaning: Use the vacuum cleaner without brush – frequently when the carpet is new as it will produce shed fluff for a period of time. Vacuum in the direction of the pile. It is a good idea to turn the rug around twice a year to avoid uneven wear and to place e.g. felt under the feet of heavy furniture standing on the rug. Note that the colors may fade if the carpet is exposed to strong sunlight for a longer period of time. Staining from the backside of the carpet may occur so it is recommended to use an underlay carpet on delicate surfaces. Please contact your local dealer for further advise.

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DESIGNER

The creative team of massimocopenhagen has been developing high quality sustainable handknotted and handwoven rugs for domestic and contract use. The production is based on centuries-old tradition and technique, seeking to create a dialogue between the established and the experimental, the past and the present.

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