Merida Abaca Lapu Lapu Bark Rug
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Description: This collection represents the integration of the finest quality natural plant fibers with a fresh aesthetic. All Abaca rugs are hand woven in the Philippines of 100% abaca fiber - a member of the banana family. The designs showcase the natural beauty of the abaca fiber and the skill of the hand work. The dramatic range of natural colors - from the glossy, white inner fibers to the dark, coarse outer fibers - and variation in texture make abaca uncommonly beautiful as a woven floor covering. Lapu-Lapu lends a more organic quality to the design.
- Collection: Abaca
- Brand: Merida
- Material: 100% Abaca
- Weave: Hand Woven
- Origin: Philippines
- Available in the following sizes: 9' x 12'
Merida Meridian is the premiere source for distinctively designed woven floor coverings. The natural fibers that we design and manufacture with, including sisal, jute, wool, paper and abaca, offer a clean, sophisticated aesthetic that matches any room décor. Our transitional natural fiber flooring allows interior professionals to create visual interest in a room without detracting from other design elements.
We are a company founded on and committed to a tradition of integrating the finest quality natural fibers with innovative textile design and floor covering style. Our natural fiber area rugs are uniquely customized through sizing, colors, patterns and a selection of hundreds of different edge finishes. Merida is based in Boston, Massachusetts, operates a manufacturing facility in Fall River, Massachusetts and partners with leading manufacturers and suppliers around the world.
Merida Meridian is a recognized and trusted brand among interior designers, architects and carpet and furniture retailers. To strengthen these relationships and provide our customers with the best available resources and materials in the flooring industry, we are proud members of organizations such as ASID, Wools of New Zealand, and the Carpet and Rug Institute.
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