Retro Rug Collection

Retro style rugs from Novogratz

Retro Rug Specification

Construction: Hand-tufted construction

Retro Feel: The 70s rug takes a 1970s Scandinavian motif, incorporates it into the contemporary house, and modernizes it.

Material Type: Polyester threads

Pile Height: The Momeni Retro Collection 70s rug has a pile height of 1 inch, which gives them a very comfortable feel.

Colors: The rugs in the Retro Collection feature a range of colors, including burgundy reds, grassy greens, sky blues, and soft pinks.

Size Options: Available in a variety of sizes, including 2’ x 3’ | 2’3” x 7’6” Runner | 3’6” x 5’6” | 5’ x 7’6” | 7’6” x 9’6”

Origin: India

Variations: The retro rug comes in a variety of patterns, including swirls, prisms, and curves.

Recommended Usage: The retro rug is perfect for use in any room of the home including the living room, dining room, bedroom, or home office.

Sophisticated Flare: Rugs from the Retro Collection will add a touch of sophistication to any room in your home. With their intricate patterns and bold colors, they'll make a statement in any space.

Care Instructions: Each 70s rug in the Retro Collection is easy to clean and care for. They can be vacuumed regularly on a low-power setting and spot cleaned as needed.

Low Profile Rug: Featuring a low pile height, they are perfect for use in high-traffic areas. They won't snag on furniture or shoes, and they'll stay in place on your floor.

Manufacturer: Momeni Rugs


Are the rugs machine washable?

While most of our rugs are machine washable, we recommend spot cleaning only for the shaggy textured 70s rug to preserve their texture. However, if you don't have the time or inclination to clean your carpets on your own, professional cleaning services are your best bet.

Can I place my rug outdoors?

No, our 70s style rugs are not meant for outdoor use and will fade in the sun. We recommend placing them in well-lit indoor areas only. They look great beneath an Eames chair, an artful Papasan, or pouf. In addition, they can add a touch of sophistication to any room in your home.

What is the difference between a low pile and a high pile rug?

A low pile rug has shorter fibers and a tighter construction, which makes it perfect for high-traffic areas. A high pile rug has longer fibers and a looser construction, which makes it ideal for use in bedrooms and other low-traffic areas. You should have this in mind while you search for the ideal area rug for your space.

Do I need a rug pad?

Yes, we advise that you always use a rug pad with our retro area rugs. A rug pad is necessary for caring for a carpet since it keeps the rug in place and adds additional cushion underfoot. A rug pad also prevents slipping and sliding, which can be dangerous.

They can also shield your flooring from scratchy particles that accumulate beneath and from dyes that may seep out of the rug. Finally, rug pads protect the fibers in your rug from excessive wear, dirt, and dampness. You should also change these pads from time to time. Paying attention to these details will help prolong the life of your retro rug.

Can I place my area rug over an existing carpet?

Yes, you can put retro area rugs on top of wall-to-wall carpeting. If you want to cover up a stain or add some pizzazz to a room, draping an eye-catching area rug over your existing carpet is an easy fix. Just make sure that the edges of the rug are securely fastened down so that you don't have the problem of your rug sliding. You can shop for items such as double-sided tape, carpet tacks, or rug weights to keep your rug in place.

Do you have any tips for decorating with retro area rugs?

We suggest using light-colored 70s rugs in bright, airy rooms to create a sense of spaciousness. For a cozier feel, go for a darker rug in a small room or use multiple rugs in the same space to define different areas. You can also order our rugs to add color and pattern to a room with neutral furnishings. And, of course, don't forget the rug pads! They'll help keep your 70s style rugs in place and add an extra layer of cushioning.

How do I store an area rug?

If your rug has been heavily used, give it a good cleaning or vacuuming to get rid of dust, dirt, and grime that may have accumulated over time. Once it's clean, find a cool and dry place to store your rug. An attic or basement is ideal, but if you don't have either of those, a closet will do.

If possible, avoid storing your rug in direct sunlight, as this can cause fading. Finally, make sure that the area where you're storing your rug is well-ventilated to prevent mustiness.

Wrap your rug in a cotton sheet or another breathable fabric and secure it with twine or ribbon. If you're storing multiple rugs, make sure to wrap them individually so they don't rub against each other and cause damage. You can also store your rug in a plastic bag, but be sure to leave the bag open so that the rug can breathe.

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