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Rug | Mara | Nude

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  • Curator Notes

    Dimensions: - 180 × 180 cm | 300 × 200 cm | 240 × 100 cm

    Ingredients / Materials: - Jute | Cotton | Latex

    This unique rug from House Doctor is a perfect extra soft element under the sofa and coffee table in the living room or by the dining table in the dining room. No matter which home you place this rug in, it will frame and complete the different areas in the home. This elegant rug, Mara, comes in a rectangular shape with a chequered pattern of diamonds in the same nude nuance as the rest of the rug.
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    OriginIndia
  • Care Instruction

    Cleaning and Care

    • Natural fibre rugs are inherently absorbent and should not be placed in damp environments or where spills are likely to occur.
    • Vacuum regularly. This will remove the fine dirt particles that can lodge between the fibres and cause additional wear. For best results, use a vacuum with strong suction and brush attachment. A beater bar is not recommended. If you have a beater bar, please set it on the highest vertical setting.
    • Remove spills as soon as they are discovered. A liquid spill will act as a magnet to any dirt particles in the rug, causing the dirt to rise to the surface.
    • Professionally clean as needed. Never steam clean or wet-shampoo a natural fibre floor covering, which can cause shrinkage, discolouration, and/ or staining.
    • Pro Tip: Use a coarse doormat or walk-off mat at your front door. This will provide a great deal of protection for your new rug. The goal is to remove as much of the outside dirt as possible from the shoes of those entering your home.
    • Short natural fibres from sisal, jute and seagrass may “sprout” during general handling and normal wear and tear. This is a normal part of some irregularities found in natural woven rugs. Clip sprouts off with a scissor and does not pull. There is no harm in clipping the sprouted fibre because there are two backing layers on your natural fibre rug that support and maintain the integrity of the weave.

     

    Treating Stains and Spills

    • Spills and spots need immediate attention. Even if it’s only water, a liquid spill will act as a magnet to any dirt particles in the rug.
    • Remove spills at first notice. Immediately blot (DO NOT RUB) spills with white paper towels or a clean absorbent cloth. Scoop up solids using a spoon, working from the outside of the spill towards the centre.
    • Pretest any spot-removal treatment in an inconspicuous area.
    • Apply the cleaning agent listed on the Spot Removal Chart to an absorbent towel and begin to blot up the spill with a blotting motion, working inward from the edge of the spot to prevent excess spreading. Flip cloth to prevent reapplying soil.
    • Do NOT saturate or overuse water.
    • Wait a few minutes for the cleaning agent to work on the spot. Once the cleaning agent has removed the spot, blot excessive moisture by applying pressure with paper towels or a dry absorbent cloth. Refer to the Spot Removal Chart below for further guidelines.

     

    Cleaning the Binding

    • For routine maintenance of our woven fabric bindings (cotton, linen, jute, etc.), vacuum the edge finish as you do the rug. If excessive soiling or spills occur on the binding, a dry extraction cleaning system such as a dry carpet cleaning kit like Host or Capture (widely available online) will be very effective. Alternatively, you may use a mild, neutral cleaning solution on spots and small soiled areas, but be sure to test an inconspicuous area first to ensure that the cleaner will not affect the fabric colours.
    • Once you’ve tested an area, follow these steps:
      • Blend just a couple drops of liquid dishwashing detergent with a quart of warm water and add it to a spray bottle.
      • Lightly mist a small amount of solution on the spot; do not saturate the area.
      • Blot with a clean cloth.
      • Do not allow the area to stay wet for more than a few hours.
      • If it is not drying by itself, apply heat with a hairdryer.
      • To maintain leather bindings, wipe the surface with a damp cloth or sponge.

     

    Mould and Mildew Treatment

    • Exposure to the elements and changes in humidity levels can potentially create an environment for the growth of mould or mildew. Do not place your natural fibre rug anywhere that is damp or where spills are likely to occur. Seagrass is especially susceptible to mould and mildew growth. Mould and mildew spots may not respond to the cleaning procedures that work with other types of soil, but we strongly recommend that you try a dry carpet cleaning kit like Host or Capture (widely available online).
    • If that does not work, or if the mould is on a seagrass rug, thoroughly mix one part liquid chlorine bleach with six parts water in a spray bottle.
    • Test the mixture by spraying a little in the corner of the rug (not on the binding).
    • If bleaching occurs, dilute the solution and re-test until it is safe to use.
    • Mist the solution lightly on the mouldy area, using a soft brush to work it down into the weave to reach all the mould growth.
    • After five or ten minutes, rub the area with a clean, dry cloth. Repeat if necessary.
    • When you are finished, be certain that the rug dries thoroughly within five or six hours, using a hairdryer on the damp spot if required.
    • If mould or mildew persists, your setting is probably too humid for the use of your rug. The rug may be permanently damaged; we recommend prompt removal and replacement with another material.
  • End of Life

    This product is part of The Restore Program. That means you can send it back to us if you don’t want it anymore. Simply check the following form pre-populated for your convenience and send it to us. We will arrange a return for your product so it can have a second life, and you will be rewarded with points that you can redeem on your future orders.

    • Shipping
      • Free Shipping For Orders Over £150.00
      • Standard Delivery – Within 1 – 2 business days (in-stock)
        £5.99
      • Delivery to a UPS Collection Point – 1-3 working days
        £4.99
      • Special home delivery for large volume orders with assembly - 7-14 business days
        £14.99
    • EXCHANGES AND RETURNS
      You can attach the pre-paid shipping label to your return package and leave it at our courier’s nearest drop off location. You can find additional information about the Exchange and Return Policy or your right to withdrawal in our FAQ .

    Design Story

    Society of Lifestyle was founded by the three siblings Gitte Juhl Capel, Rikke Juhl Jensen and Klaus Juhl Pedersen in 2001 under the name House Doctor.

    Society of Lifestyle is an inspiring lifestyle universe with five unique and diverse brands: House Doctor, Nicolas Vahé, byNORD, Meraki and Monograph. While each brand has its own range and identity, Society of Lifestyle represents a complete lifestyle concept. A concept based on modern aesthetics and distinct designs.

    It is a family-owned, multi-brand company devoted to creating elegantly designed products and incorporating current consumer trends. Innovation and creativity run through its DNA.

    Projects by Society of Lifestyle

    Society of Lifestyle stands with Kenya Book Box by donating funds collected by our employees and by providing school supplies from Monograph.

    Society of Lifestyle supports Grow for It– a Danish non-profit organisation with a mission to clean up the earth’s atmosphere by planting trees.

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