• Anno Mukula Rug
  • Anno Mukula Rug
  • Anno Mukula Rug
  • Anno Mukula Rug
  • Anno Mukula Rug
  • Anno Mukula Rug

Anno Mukula Rug

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A hand-woven wool rug with a loop surface.

The three-dimensional structure of the Mukula rug is made of thick wool and a small amount of polyamide to make it stronger.

Material

  • Weft: 80% wool/20% polyamide
  • Warp: 100% cotton

Wool is naturally antistatic and dirt-resistant which makes it a perfect material for rugs. A wool rug does not absorb humidity so it feels warm and cozy even in chilly spaces.

Using undyed sheep wool as a material saves a lot of water in the production process. Wool, as well as all new natural materials, have their own particular odor which gradually disappears after time and use.

Care

Wool is an easy-to-care natural material, often needing only airing and light vacuuming. Lanolin's waterproofing property helps remove fresh stains only with a damp cloth. Please notice that all rugs that are made of natural materials will release some lint in the beginning. However, this will lessen after time and use. We recommend using an anti-slip rug underlay. Never use a rotating brush, such as a robot vacuum cleaner, when vacuuming the rug. Please note that we do not recommend loop rugs for pet households as claws might damage the surface of the rug.

Professional flat carpet cleaning, dry clean. Do not handwash, do not water wash, do not tumble dry.

Anno

  • HANDMADE IN INDIA
All deliveries are carbon neutral
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About the maker

Anno offers a wide range of home essentials made from responsible materials, their designs draw inspiration from our Nordic heritage.

Their team is located in Helsinki where they design carefully considered products to be used in everyday life. What they value the most is the effortless feel of our products. They are passionate about working with genuine and simple natural materials that feel good to live with.

Anno is a Finnish brand continuously seeking sustainable ways of producing timeless items using mainly wool, linen, organic cotton and GRS-certified recycled materials.