The Nyoko rug from Linie designs has been inspired by Japanese art & design; Simple at first glance with intricate detailing running underneath. A marl effect is created by running random strands of black wool amongst the primarily off-white yarns. Softening the rug, a harlequin pattern is woven through with no tonal change, instead using a subtle relief in the rug surface to display the pattern. Through this technique the harlequin pattern will vary in visibility, depending on the available light and the angle the rug is viewed at.

Nyoko rugs are handmade in India by specialist artisans with skills passed from generation to generation. Linie Designs are a member of the 'Care and Fair' initiative that battles child labour, funds empowerment for women and provides education for children. The wool itself is Indian pure new wool, this yarn is one of the worlds strongest, which ensures your rug will last as long as possible.

Nyoko Rug - White
by Linie Design

$161.00

The Nyoko rug from Linie designs has been inspired by Japanese art & design; Simple at first glance with intricate detailing running underneath. A marl effect is created by running random strands of black wool amongst the primarily off-white yarns. Softening the rug, a harlequin pattern is woven through with no tonal change, instead using a subtle relief in the rug surface to display the pattern. Through this technique the harlequin pattern will vary in visibility, depending on the available light and the angle the rug is viewed at.

Nyoko rugs are handmade in India by specialist artisans with skills passed from...

The Nyoko rug from Linie designs has been inspired by Japanese art & design; Simple at first glance with intricate detailing running underneath. A marl effect is created by running random strands of black wool amongst the primarily off-white yarns. Softening the rug, a harlequin pattern is woven through with no tonal change, instead using a subtle relief in the rug surface to display the pattern. Through this technique the harlequin pattern will vary in visibility, depending on the available light and the angle the rug is viewed at.

Nyoko rugs are handmade in India by specialist artisans with skills passed from generation to generation. Linie Designs are a member of the 'Care and Fair' initiative that battles child labour, funds empowerment for women and provides education for children. The wool itself is Indian pure new wool, this yarn is one of the worlds strongest, which ensures your rug will last as long as possible.

‘Made to Order’ products are ordered in from the manufacturer on the customers request and are considered a bespoke product - special terms and conditions apply. Production (lead) times stated above are an estimate only and do not include transit times from the supplier, or the time taken to deliver to you.

In stock items are available for immediate dispatch from our London-based warehouse. The daily cut-off time is 12:00 am for same day shipping, orders placed in the afternoon will be shipped the following day. Please refer to inventory levels above for live stock availability.

Available in three sizes:
140 cm x 200 cm
170 cm x 240 cm
200 cm x 300 cm

Rug samples available to loan on request.
Recommended to be laid with an underlay to prevent slipping.

Please note these care instructions:
Always use a vacuum cleaner with a non-motorised head to care for your rug. Motorised heads pull out connected fibres from the rug and will drastically reduce its lifespan.

100% pure new Indian wool.
Linie Design

This product is designed by
Linie Design

Linie Design is a Danish design company founded in 1980. They are the biggest producer of handmade rugs in Northern Europe, creating exceptional quality products at good value prices. A modern, Nordic look is weaved into every rug, with designs that reshape, redefine, reinvent and recombine in the search of surprising expressions and surfaces. 

Tradition is a keyword, both when it comes to Nordic design and unique craftsmanship: Linie rugs are designed by acknowledged Scandinavian designers and handmade by Indian master artisans, who have perfected their skills through generations.

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