Little Field of Flowers Ivory Shag Rug
A collection of high pile shag area rugs made using felt strips, lending a texture that is very soft and pleasant, yet strong. A little space for day dreaming. With 'Little Field of Flowers' you'll feel as if you're resting in a cool meadow on a hot summer's day - your own small place for relaxing and daydreaming.
As each area rug is imported to order, no returns or refunds are accepted. All sales final. To view the actual colors and quality of this area rug, please order a fully refundable sample.
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Little Field of Flowers Ivory Shag Rug Features
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These solid color rugs include solids from throughout our site. They feature several wool groups, which are either hand-loomed with 100% New Zealand Wool and one hand-tufted of thick, plush wool. Simple, tasteful and dignified, these rugs don't draw all the attention away from your other art objects, but do provide a nice surface to walk on.
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Decorating with shag area rugs is one of the easiest ways to revitalize, update, improve and beautify any room in your home. Shag rugs can turn a drab room into one full of color. Or you can use shag rugs to create a focal point or define an area of interest. Shag rugs can add warmth to otherwise cold tiles, stone or concrete floors.
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What is Felt? Simply put, felt rugs are made of matted wool. Felt is created by subjecting wool to moisture, heat, and pressure and is used in modern rugs and modern shag area rugs. Felt rugs are in this year! While a regular shag rug gives you a nice, cozy atmosphere in the room, only a true felt rug can give your feet that unique feeling of walking on a cloud. Meticulously crafted, dyed and hand loomed, these felt rugs are more than just a floor covering. They are a separate furniture piece in themselves. If you've never owned one before - buy one, and your feet will thank you for it. Twice.
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In addition to our regular product lines, ModernRugs.com offers the widest online selection of original designer modern rugs from some of the most inspirational names in modern textiles and interior design including Angela Adams, Nani Marquina, Paolo Zani (Warli), Gandia Blasco, Ligne Pure, Christopher Fareed and Thomas Paul.
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Invoke the feel and warmth of in your home with a stunning woolen hand-hooked rug. Meticulously made by hand tufting, hand looming or hand knotting, this area rug is made from natural sheep wool. As such, wool rugs have their own pallette with slightly more muted, pastel colors that nevertheless allow for just as much artistic expression. With a woolen rug, your room will stay warmer and simply walking around barefoot will be a pleasure.
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Thick Yarn threads are usually thicker than 1/4" and can be several materials woven together. It is also often made out of felt wool, so the material feels really thick and warm to the touch. These rugs have a lot of volume and help insulate the floor and make the room feel more cozy and personal.
Nani Marquina :: Designer Profile
Rugs Designer Nani Marquina :: After studying industrial design at the Escuela Massana of Barcelona and realising the success of her first made to order textile designs, Nani Marquina embarked on the at the time unknown career of industrial design.
True to herself and sensing the success her designs could reap, she created her own business in 1987 despite the difficulties of the times. nanimarquina was created as a brand dedicated to the design, creation and distribution of rugs and textile products for the home, which were based on values such as observation, innovation, enthusiasm and the ability to make craft traditions contemporary.
Nani Marquina Designer Rugs :: NaniMarquina has invested special attention and effort in finding the right raw materials and manufacturing processes from the very beginning; factors that enrich the aesthetics of her designs, the main reason for the brand’s commercial success. In addition, thanks to her visionary attitude, Nani Marquina has included in her range of products, collections by outhouse designers of international prestige, and she was the first textile designer to work on the concept of designer rugs.
In 1993 Nani Marquina embarked on her most daring business adventure: she moved the manufacturing facilities to the north of India. The incorporation of craftsmanship and tradition as a new design concept differentiated and characterised the brand. New production methods using craft methods were explored and incorporated, making her designs unique.
The company’s second generation was incorporated in 2002, consolidating its growth and international expansion. The company’s products and Nani Marquina began to be recognised internationally. Among the prizes she has won are the following: the National Design Award and the Premi Cambra a la Gestió Empresarial (Chamber Award of DesignManagement) in 2005, as well as several nominations for the Príncipe Felipe Award for Company Excellence. Nani Marquina has also recently received the International Women’s Entrepreneurial Challenge Award from the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce recently, a personal achievement that led to the 2007 FIDEM Award for Entrepreneurial Woman of the Year. Nani Marquina has been the Chairwoman of ADP (Professional Design Association) since 2006.