A perfect choice for a family home, the Boston wool rug is easy to care for and fade resistant, and can be used with underfloor heating for an extra cosy experience, making it a highly versatile accessory.
Hand tufted from 100% wool by expert artisan makers in India, each thread has been individually attached through a robust cotton backing to create a neat and practical short pile that feels fantastic under your feet. Thick, durable and naturally warm underfoot, this rug can even improve sound insulation for a quieter and comfier room, which is ideal for a noisier environment. Whilst some shedding can occur at first in time this will settle, and although wool needs a little extra care and attention, the subtle natural hue of this rug means it is sure to compliment a wide range of decors.
Don’t forget to buy our anti-slip mat here, available in a choice of sizes.
On opening, flip your rug over and re-roll pattern side out and leave in a warm room for 24 hours before putting in place. This will help to reduce wrinkles and curling from packing . A small amount of fibre loss is normal on a new rug . Use a slip-resist pad to help keep your rug in place and provide additional protection for hard floors . Before using any cleaning products on your rug - test an inconspicuous area first for colour fastness . Do not pull any loose threads - please cut loose threads carefully with scissors to remove . Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight as this may cause fading of some dyes . Turn your rug regularly to ensure even wear . Clean spills immediately by blotting with a clean dry white cloth - do not rub . Latex is used in the making of this rug . May be carefully vacuumed using a floor or brush attachment.
Before using any cleaning products on your rug, test on an inconspicuous area first to ensure it does not affect the colour. Clean spills immediately by blotting with a clean dry white cloth - do not rub as this may stain the fibres. Vacuuming the back of your rug with the rotating brush tool will help to push any dirt which is trapped deep down towards the top of the rug; the rug can then be flipped right side up and this dirt can be shaken off.