Vandra Wool by Vandra Rugs – rugs made in wool and linen.

Vandra Rugs is a modern rug-weaving company that combines design with handicraft knowledge. All rugs are hand-woven with a rag-rug technique on traditional floor looms, exclusively using natural materials of the highest quality. In this new collection the rugs are made of wool felt fabric (80% wool and 20% polyetelen) and linen yarn.

We are pleased to introduce Vandra Wool rugs woven in wool felt on linen yarn. Choose from the patterns vertical herringbone and diamond twill in a complete spectrum of colours, ranging from the softest white to darkest black via the reds, the blues, the yellows, the greens, the pinks, the purples, the oranges, the beiges and the greys.

The yarn colour can be selected in your choice of natural linen, brown, off white and black. By switching yarn colour the appearance of the rug changes and allows you to meld the rug to fit your preferences.

Once you have found the design you like, then specify your desired size. The rugs come made to measure limited only by the size of our largest loom. Where the maximum width is 4 meters and the maximum length 16 meters.

All the Vandra Wool rugs are designed to work beautifully together, thus one can easily combine multiple rugs from the collection when decorating a home.

The Vandra Wool rugs are as pretty in a resident as they are in a corporate setting.

No matter which rug is your favourite, choosing a Vandra Rug means acquiring a soft, luxurious rug that sits assuredly upon the floor, exuding both the quality of materials and craftsmanship that Vandra Rugs has come to be known for.

Classification for wear by Centre de Recherches et d’Etudes Techniques du Tapis: Vetterman Drum Test – after 22000 cycles – If the rugs had been machine-woven (EN 15825:2010) then the final classification would have been ”INTESIVE USE AND LUXURAY CLASS LC1”

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Click here to see wool colour catalogue…