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Arc en Ciel - Hand Knotted Rug

Hand Knotted Rugs

Arc en Ciel is a welcome addition to the Wendy Morrison family and is the result of living with a global pandemic. Wendy’s love of and need for colour shine through in this vibrant design, which is bright, beautiful and tells a joyful story of hope. Designed during lockdown, the hand-knotted wool and silk rug is brimming with hope, positivity and optimism. The vibrant shades are as uplifting as it is possible to be. There is also a lovely story of inspiration behind this rainbow rug, bringing together two of Wendy’s passions - Japanese dress, particularly the kimono, and the power of colour.

Available Made to Order in Custom Sizes. Refundable Sample Service and Worldwide Shipping. Chat to Us to Learn More.

Production
Hand-Knotted
Pile Height
8mm
Composition
Wool & Silk
Available Sizes
L335cm x W244cm
L274cm x W183cm
Custom sizes available upon request
Please note that our rug samples are purchased on a loan basis and the amount will be refunded once the sample has been returned. We pay for the shipping to you, you pay for the return. More information can be found here.
Please contact an advisor for estimated lead times on this design.
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'Arc en Ciel came from my need for and love of colour. This design came together whilst in lockdown, inspired by two things I love and am always drawn to, the kimono and Japanese dress, and the power of colour.'

Wendy