Item No. 100417241

Channel Rug

Item No. 100417241

Channel Rug


Add warmth, color, and texture to an interior space with the Channel Rug. This soft floor covering is woven from a blend of natural wool and cotton. More Details
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Channel Rug

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Designed for HAY by Clara von Zweigbergk, the Channel Rug is hand-woven in India from a blend of New Zealand wool and cotton. These multiple colored yarns are intricately woven to create intriguing contrast and a graphic, three-dimensional pattern.
  • Handwoven from a blend of wool and cotton yarns.
  • Multi-colored textured weave.
  • Warm hues suit a variety of interiors.
General Dimensions
  • 24" W 78" L
Product Weight
6 lbs
Comes fully assembled

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Item No.

2' x 6.5'

  • Length (in): 78
  • Width (in): 24
  • Weight (lbs): 6
  • Pile (Thickness): ½

4.5' x 6.5'

  • Length (in): 78
  • Width (in): 54
  • Weight (lbs): 13
  • Pile (Thickness): ½

5.5' x 8'

  • Length (in): 96
  • Width (in): 66
  • Weight (lbs): 19
  • Pile (Thickness): ½

8' x 10'

  • Length (in): 120
  • Width (in): 96
  • Weight (lbs): 34.25
  • Pile (Thickness): ½
  • 85% wool, 15% cotton

Shipping Options

  • Ships via FedEx

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Clara von Zweigbergk

Clara von Zweigbergk

Swedish designer Clara von Zweigbergk began drawing and making things at an early age, then moved on to sewing and knitting clothes, making jewelry, practicing calligraphy and exploring typography as a teenager. In 2006, she founded her own studio with the intent of expanding into areas beyond her academic study of graphic design – a continuation of her boundless youthful curiosity.

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