Couristan Chobi Matisse Red Rug
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Description: Capture the art of handmade elegance with the Chobi Collection by Couristan. Crafted with vegetable dyes and 100% hand-spun Highlands wool, the Chobi Collection offers a series of antique traditional designs highlighted in soft and vibrant overtones. Hand-knotted using a distinct Turkoman Knot, Chobi is woven on horizontal looms by master weavers of the trade. The collection's lustrous pile offers long-lasting durability and an elegant sheen. The added benefit of a high luster wash and Couristan's exclusive blend of colors provides a silk-like appearance throughout each design.
- Collection: Chobi
- Brand: Couristan
- Material: 100% Wool
- Weave: Hand Knotted
- Styles: Contemporary Rugs
- Origin: Pakistan
- Available in the following sizes: 5' 6" x 8'
- Clean & Care: Vacuum regularly as new wool rugs can shed yarn fibers for up to three months. Avoid direct and continuous exposure to sunlight. Do not pull loose ends, clip them with scissors to remove. Clean liquid spills immediately by blotting with cloth or sponge. For hard to remove stains, professional rug cleaning is recommended.
I?m glad I finally pulled the trigger and bought this rug. I searched for a very long time for an organic rug with these colors, and while it is expensive, I didn?t find anything that came close. The colors in this rug are simply stunning ? very rich reds, plums and raspberries, along with an adobe color, and balanced by some dark brown and khaki areas. Note that what may look like a sage green color on a computer monitor is actually a medium-toned khaki color. The shorter ends of the rug have a half-inch fringe. The rug is wonderfully textured, which reflects the detail of the hand knotting. I?m also happy that it is made with sustainable materials and natural dyes. It is thinner than I anticipated, which is why I?m rating it 4 out of 5. I will have to get a rug pad with some cushioning to it so that we can be comfortable should we sit on the rug. The rug does not shed, but if you wipe it with a damp paper towel, a sight bit of color will transfer to the towel.RECOMMENDED: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
I had my eye on this rug for a very long time and finally pulled the trigger. I?m so glad I did. There are stunning, intense colors in this rug, balanced by softer shades. The ?reds? include a range of colors from burgundy to plum to cranberry to terra cotta, and they all harmonize beautifully. The ?browns? include a range of colors from espresso to chocolate to beige, all very warmed-toned and not at all dingy or dull. Note that there are no ?greens? in this rug. What may look like green or sage on the computer screen is actually a beige/taupe/khaki color. There is a small fringe on the short ends of the rug. And the detail of the weave is something you can only find in a hand-knotted rug. It really does feel like a one-of-a-kind piece of art. I have bold-colored furniture, paintings, etc. and this rugs work perfectly with everything. It really ties together the dark furniture and red accents in the room. The rug seems very durable and joy, it does not shed. My only quibble is that I wish it was thicker. I plan on getting a rug pad to put under it to give it a bit of cushioning. I?ve only had it about a week, so I?m still stopping and staring at the rug and how it really pulls the room together. Hopefully the color will endure the test of time.RECOMMENDED: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
For seventy-five years Couristan rugs has been the trusted name in the floor covering industry offering a vast assortment of exclusively designed power-loomed and handmade area rugs. The business began in 1926, with the import of handmade area rugs from Persia and is still owned and run by the Couri family. Today, Couristan is known for having the most exquisite power-loomed and handmade floor coverings available anywhere in the world.
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