This 60s rug is in excellent condition. It is a large vintage rug from the early 20th century.
A 60s rug, made of 100% pure wool and features a tribal designs in shades of brown, orange and rust with fringed edges.
What is Moroccan 60s rug ?
Handmade rugs are a type of rug that is traditionally hand-knotted and hand woven. These rugs are usually made of natural fibers like wool or silk, and feature intricate designs and patterns.
This kind of rug is often seen as a work of art and can be pretty valuable.
Our vintage rug is an excellent example of how vintage rugs can be adapted to work in today’s homes.
The muted colors and large-scale design make it a versatile piece that can be used in various settings.
The 100% wool pile is very soft, making it’s a good choice for high-traffic areas. This large and vintage rug goes with different styles; bohemian, mid-century modern, traditional.
Why is this 60s rug so unique?
It’s simple – it’s made with love, which makes all the difference. A Moroccan Boujaad rug is a thing of beauty. It is the perfect way to add a touch of elegance to any space.
There are several reasons why Rug Handmades are so special.
First, they are often made of high-quality materials that will last many years.
Second, the intricate designs and patterns are created by skilled artisans, which makes each rug unique. Finally, Rug Handmades often have a history and story, which can add to their value.
How to clean a vintage wool rug?
Vintage wool rugs are beautiful pieces that can add a touch of luxury to any home. But they can also be delicate and require special care when cleaning.
If you’re unsure how to clean your vintage wool rug, follow these simple steps, and you’ll have it look new in no time.
First, vacuum your rug to remove any dust or dirt. Then, spot cleans any stains with a gentle carpet cleaner. If your rug is dirty, you may need to shampoo it with mild wool.
Be sure to test the shampoo on a small area first to ensure it doesn’t damage the rug.
After shampooing, rinse the rug with clean water and let it dry completely. Once dry, brush the carpet with a soft-bristled brush to restore the pile. And that’s it! Now you know how
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