Egyptian Cotton Roc Rug by Abyss & Habidecor

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Brown Color Rug by Abyss & Habidecor

Availability Choose variant 4 - 6 Weeks 4 - 6 Weeks
Variant
€540 €2 150 from €540    
Brand Abyss & Habidecor
Category Luxury Bathroom Rugs
 

This Roc Rug by Abyss & Habidecor is simply a work of art. Drawing design inspiration from patterns of natural fused rocks, this floor rug brings unique contemporary style to any room. The abstract pattern is in earth tones that add to the beauty of the rug. The rug is made from 100% Giza Egyptian Cotton–it is soft and wonderfully plush.

Available in 2 sizes
100% Giza Egyptian Cotton Extra Long Staple
1800 gr/m2

Dimensions - 100x150cm, 190x300cm

Care: Machine wash with cold or warm water and gentle liquid soaps/detergents. Tumble dry at a low temperature. Do not bleach. Wash Towels and rugs separately. Do not use fabric softeners. Do not dry clean. Do not iron.
Made in Portugal

 

Colors: 101, 711, 770, 771, 920

(We suggest towels in those colors)

 

Abyss & Habidecor

Made in Portugal

Creating the "BEST" towels and rugs begins with the selection of the cotton. Abyss and Habidecor uses Egyptian cotton, cultivated in the region of Giza. It is known that this particular cotton produces the finest yarns for textiles; soft, strong, durable and absorbent. Only a limited percentage of the entire cotton production in Egypt is Extra Long Staple (ELS). The length of the fiber is directly proportional to its resilience and quality.

 

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Abyss & Habidecor

Made in Portugal

Creating the "BEST" towels and rugs begins with the selection of the cotton. Abyss and Habidecor uses Egyptian cotton, cultivated in the region of Giza. It is known that this particular cotton produces the finest yarns for textiles; soft, strong, durable and absorbent. Only a limited percentage of the entire cotton production in Egypt is Extra Long Staple (ELS). The length of the fiber is directly proportional to its resilience and quality.

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