Woodland Rug Collection

Made of 100% wool that is hand tufted.

Woodland Rug Specification

Construction: Hand-hooked construction

Material Type: This soft, wool woodland rug collection is great for any atmosphere. With a medium pile height of 0.37 inches, they are ideal for use in the home or office.

Variations: The collection features hand-tufted wool rugs with all-over safari animal prints in varying shades of brown, green, and orange. The Woodland Rug collection has a contemporary aesthetic with a safari style. Examples include the beige, denim, and blue antelope rug.

Recommended Usage: Intended for residential indoor use only. Perfect for use in a living room, kitchen, bedroom, or sitting area.

Sophisticated Flare: The all-over safari print gives it a wild and exotic feel, while the hand-tufted wool construction makes it soft and luxurious underfoot.

Care Instructions: Vacuum regularly with the bare floor setting. If spills occur, blot immediately with a clean cloth. Professional carpet cleaning is recommended when necessary.

Low Profile Rug: This hand-tufted wool rug has a low pile height of 0.37 inches, making it perfect for use in any room in the home or office.

Low Profile Rug: This hand-tufted wool rug has a low pile height of 0.37 inches, making it perfect for use in any room in the home or office.

Non-Skid Backing: The Woodland rug collection features a non-skid backing that helps to keep it in place on your floor.

Manufacturer: Momeni Rugs


What makes an area rug have superior quality?

There is no better fiber for rugs than wool. It's stronger, more vibrant, and more resilient against wear and tear. Not only does a wool rug last significantly longer than any synthetic fiber (nylon, acrylic, polyester, olefin), but it also conceals dirt and debris much better. When you're looking for a high-quality area rug, make sure it's made of wool.

What is the pile height of an area rug?

The pile height refers to the thickness of the woodland rug, from the backing to the tips of the fibers. A higher pile height means a thicker, more luxurious rug, while a lower pile height is better for high-traffic areas. A low pile is less than 0.25 inches, a medium is between 0.25 and 0.5 inches, and a high is between 0.5 and 0.75 inches. The average pile height for an area rug is 0.5 inches. It is important to have this in mind when you shop.

What is the difference between a hand-tufted rug and a machine-made rug?

A hand-tufted rug is a unique blend of both handmade and machine-made, using wool as the main material. A hand-tufted rug, like the blue antelope rug, is created by using a hand-operated tool to punch strands of wool into a canvas that is stretched on a frame.

In contrast, machine-made rugs are much less expensive and don't require as much effort to make. They're produced by large machines called power looms, which wrap individual fibers around foundation threats and press them together. Hand-tufted rugs are usually more expensive than machine-made rugs, but they are also more durable and have a higher quality feel.

What is the best way to care for an area rug?

A professional carpet cleaning is the best way to care for your Woodland area rug. This will remove any dirt, dust, or debris that may be embedded in the fibers. Vacuuming regularly with the bare floor setting will also help to keep your rug looking its best. When vacuuming, be sure to use the gentle setting and avoid going over the same area multiple times. This can damage the fibers and cause them to break down prematurely.

You may also use a clean cloth and warm water to wipe spot clean spills as soon they happen. Cleaning the blue antelope rug with some water and a little vinegar or baking soda is usually sufficient to remove most stains.

Should an area rug be light or dark?

The color of the Woodland area rug you choose is a matter of personal preference. If you have a light-colored floor or furniture, a dark rug can help to define the space and make it feel cozier. If you have a dark-colored floor, a light rug can help to brighten up the space and make it feel more open. Ultimately, the best way to determine what area rug to purchase is to find one that you love and that suits the decor of your space.

Should rugs match flooring?

Again, this is a matter of personal preference and is dependent on the design of your space. Some people like to match their rugs to their flooring, while others prefer to contrast. If you're not sure what will look best in your space, it's always a good idea to consult with a professional designer. They can help you choose the right rug for your space and give you advice on how to care for it.

How long are area rugs good for?

This depends on the quality of the rug and how well it's made. A nice, high-quality wool rug, for example, the Antelope Rug, can last for decades while a lower-quality synthetic rug may only last a few years. If you select a high-quality rug and take good care of it, it will last longer.

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