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Effortlessly cool, easy to style: keep it natural with the Nandi runner collection made from 100% jute. Hand-braided by rug-weaving experts in an ethically-run outfit in India, this reversible design features a simple braid pattern that showcases the natural colourings of this animal-friendly fibre. The understated design is given a style lift with the help of a fifteen-centimetre contrasting border on either end. Lay in the entrance or at the foot of the bed for a beachy, eclectic, or Scandi vibe.
Pair with our rug underlay to keep your runner in place and your flooring in good condition.
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70 x 180 cm - 3.5 kg
80 x 250 cm - 5.6 kg
Height: 1 cm
Design: Reversible runner with contrasting, 15 cm border on each end
Colour: Natural & charcoal
Made with love in: New Delhi, India
Designed with love in: Berlin, Germany
Care: We recommend vacuuming this rug regularly to keep it clean. Spot clean stains as they occur.
Delivery is free for orders over £50 within mainland UK. All other orders to mainland UK incur a £5.95 delivery fee. We also ship across Europe - delivery charge is calculated at the checkout. If for any reason you’re not 100% happy with your order, you can return it within 100 days of receipt for free from the mainland UK. See our deliveries and returns pages or contact us for more information.
The runner was depicted beautifully in the images and is just what I received, so very happy with the product!
The only reason for giving 4 stars instead of 5 is that there was a very long wait on the order, it took more than a month from the day I placed the order till it was delivered. Given the rugs aren't made to order I think it is important that either the timeframe should be improved, or the lead time should be included in the product listings or at least delivery page to inform customers how long it will take to actually receive the order, thus avoiding any frustrations.