The Amy Butler Hand Tufted Wool Rug Chrysanthemum

For those who prefer a modern approach to the traditional rug design, we recommend this lovely rug. It features a colorful design and it’s soft and very cozy. It’s a well-designed rug that has been hand-tufted from 100% fine wool. It’s soft and think while also having a strong and resilient structure. It’s static resistant as well and this makes it a perfect choice for high-traffic areas.

The rug is hand-tufted and created without tying knots into the foundation but by pushing wool or acrylic yarn through a primary backing thus creating a “tuft”. After that a latex glue is used to hold the tufts in place. Then a secondary foundation is covered by a third and final cloth backing to protect the floor. And at the end, the final step involves the tops of the looped tufts to create the pile.

This particular rug is considered a handmade product so some differences in color, size or shape are expected to occur. This is not considered a defect but rather a unique feature of the product. The rug is available in three different sizes: 2’x3′, 5’x7’6 and 7’9×10’6. The rug features a very beautiful design and the combination of blue and cram on the black background is very striking and stylish. The rug is very soft and the cozy and the cats sure seem to love it.Available from 126$.

Published by in Rugs & Carpets, on December 21st, 2011


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