Abies - The Designer Living Area Rug

Abies - The Designer Living Area Rug

SKU: D-203
Abies - The Fir. This rug is named a fir, because of it's design that showcases lines that match the branches of a fir tree. This rug is not just another rug but the unique combination of colors as well as the detailed designs. It's neutral shade allows you to put it with any type of interior. This rug is designed by our designer Nese Taskin Shahin. Being interested in modern design, she likes to play with the lines and the outcome is not at all disappointing. Get this rug for your bedroom or living area and boast of a great taste in designs.
Ships in 4 weeks for tufted rug manufacturing and 8-10 weeks for knotted - Availability: Yes
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  • Never store the used and stained rug, instead wash it first.
  • Keep your care-tags intact and refer to them before cleaning as well as follow the instructions strictly.
  • Rotate your rugs regularly so it warns or fades out evenly if it does.
  • Blot excess liquid with a tissue or cloth.
  • For oil, blot with a tissue, sprinkle some rice-flour or talcum powder and keep it for a while. Brush off the powder and the stain will be gone.
  • Use nylon screen to vacuum the rugs.
  • As soon as you can, treat the stains of beverages like wine using club soda.
  • You can use baking soda to soak up gravy, sauces, and liquid foods.
  • The rugs in your heavy traffic area might need this service annually or more frequently.
  • The rugs in bed-room and other light traffic areas should be cleaned professionally in 2-3 years regularly.
  • Do not let water stay on your rug once you have washed it.
  • Please Vacuum for a new carpet especially wool because of initial shredding
  • The orders will be processed within a day or two if it is available in stock otherwise it may take some time.In some cases, we may ship partial orders. If you are interested, please contact us.
  • After confirming shipping address detail, you will be provided all available shipping options and their respective prices based upon the address provided and the contents of your cart.
  • Please note that the most accurate shipping quotes will be obtained via our online store and that any information provided via Savi Decor staff, unless part of a formal quote, is solely an estimate and is subject to change without prior notice.
  • We provide 1 year of warranty for hand tufted rugs and 30 months of warranty for hand knotted rug.

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HAND TUFTED

These rugs are generally made by pushing wool strands in to a stretched canvas, attached to a wooden frame. These rugs take less time to be prepared and so are budget friendly. Hand-tufted rug can give your space a beautiful ambience without burning a hole in your pocket. They have almost same apperence as of hand Knotted except they have the cotton backing for support on the opposite side.

HAND KNOTTED

These rugs are the fine example of art. They are so durable that they can be a heirloom or an item for collection. These rugs require more skills and hard work and so takes more time to get prepared. A Weaver can at average tie 10,000. Knots per day and so these rugs are costly but their durability explains it. The quality of the rugs is decided on the knot density.

Hand Knotted

Yarn Art Silk Bamboo Silk
Bamboo Silk + NZ Wool
NZ Wool
Pure Silk Pure Silk + NZ Wool
Total Weight 5 kgs 5 kgs 4.75 kgs 4.5 kgs 5 kgs 4.5 kgs
Pile Weight 4 kgs 4 kgs 3.75 kgs 3.5 kgs 4 kgs 3.75 kgs
Tuft Binding Strength Knotting
Insect Resistance Accordance to CP 4 Level 4 & 5 Minimum Effective Concentration using the chemical Assay
Flammability Tests Doesn’t Pass Doesn’t Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass
Light AS 2001.4.B02 Minimum rating of 4-5
Water AS 2001.4.E01 Minimum rating of 3-4
Shampooing AS 2111.19.2 Minimum rating of 3-4
Method of Dyeing Vat Dyeing Vat Dyeing Vat & Jet Beck Jet Beck Vat Dyeing Vat & Jet Beck
Tufting Hand Knotted Hand Knotted Hand Knotted Hand Knotted Hand Knotted Hand Knotted
Finish Cut Pile Cut Pile Cut Pile Cut Pile Cut Pile Cut Pile
Yarn Count 60c 60c 60c 60c 60c 60c
Yarn Ply 2 Ply 2 Ply 2 Ply 2 Ply 2 Ply 2 Ply
Total Height 8-9 mm 8-9 mm 8-9 mm 8-9 mm 8-9 mm 8-9 mm
Pile Height 8-9 mm 8-9 mm 8-9 mm 8-9 mm 8-9 mm 8-9 mm
Tufts per Sq.inch 100 Tufts 100 Tufts 100 Tufts 100 Tufts 100 Tufts 100 Tufts
Primary Backing Content 100 % Cotton 100 % Cotton 100 % Cotton 100 % Cotton 100 % Cotton 100 % Cotton
Dye Stuff Sandoz Dyes Sandoz Dyes Sandoz Dyes Sandoz Dyes Sandoz Dyes Sandoz Dyes
Finish Soil/Stain Treated, Antistatic Soil/Stain Treated, Antistatic Soil/Stain Treated, Antistatic Soil/Stain Treated, Antistatic Soil/Stain Treated, Antistatic Soil/Stain Treated, Antistatic

Hand Tufted

Yarn Art Silk Bamboo Silk
Bamboo Silk + NZ Wool
NZ Wool
Pure Silk Pure Silk + NZ Wool
Total Weight 5 kgs 5 kgs 4.75 kgs 4.5 kgs 5 kgs 4.75 kgs
Pile Weight 4 kgs 4 kgs 3.75 kgs 3.5 kgs 4 kgs 3.75 kgs
Tuft Binding Strength In accordance with AS 2001.3.4 less than 1.5 % of Total Weight
Insect Resistance Accordance to CP 4 Level 4 & 5 Minimum Effective Concentration using the chemical Assay
Flammability Tests Doesn’t Pass Doesn’t Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass
Light AS 2001.4.B02 Minimum rating of 4-5
Water AS 2001.4.E01 Minimum rating of 3-4
Shampooing AS 2111.19.2 Minimum rating of 3-4
Method of Dyeing Vat Dyeing Vat Dyeing Vat & Jet Beck Jet Beck Vat Dyeing Vat & Jet Beck
Tufting Hand Tufted Hand Tufted Hand Tufted Hand Tufted Hand Tufted Hand Tufted
Finish Cut Pile Cut Pile Cut Pile Cut Pile Cut Pile Cut Pile
Yarn Count 60c 60c 60c 60c 60c 60c
Yarn Ply 5 Ply 5 Ply 5 Ply 5 Ply 5 Ply 5 Ply
Total Height 13-14 mm 13-14 mm 13-14 mm 13-14 mm 13-14 mm 13-14 mm
Pile Height 11-12 mm 11-12 mm 11-12 mm 11-12 mm 11-12 mm 11-12 mm
Tufts per Sq.inch 100 Tufts 100 Tufts 100 Tufts 100 Tufts 100 Tufts 100 Tufts
Primary Backing Content 100 % Cotton 100 % Cotton 100 % Cotton 100 % Cotton 100 % Cotton 100 % Cotton
Secondary Backing Content PP Mesh With Synthetic Latex PP Mesh With Synthetic Latex PP Mesh With Synthetic Latex PP Mesh With Synthetic Latex PP Mesh With Synthetic Latex PP Mesh With Synthetic Latex
Latex Synthetic Latex of Pidilite Synthetic Latex of Pidilite Synthetic Latex of Pidilite Synthetic Latex of Pidilite Synthetic Latex of Pidilite Synthetic Latex of Pidilite
Finish Soil/Stain Treated, Antistatic Soil/Stain Treated, Antistatic Soil/Stain Treated, Antistatic Soil/Stain Treated, Antistatic Soil/Stain Treated, Antistatic Soil/Stain Treated, Antistatic
Dye Stuff Sandoz Dyes Sandoz Dyes Sandoz Dyes Sandoz Dyes Sandoz Dyes Sandoz Dyes

New Zealand wool

New Zealand wool has the best durability, softness, is shinier and has a thinner gauged thread. This wool is stronger, softer, longer and whiter, so it allows broader range of color and finer knots. Also, it is renewable and biodegradable and is produced in a painless process with extra care and attention in shearing process and the well-being and safety of the sheep. We use the high quality New Zealand wool to give your rugs the perfect finish and durability and as it's natural purpose is to fight harsh conditions, it will be repellant to moisture and stains and will provide healthy air.

Bamboo Silk

Bamboo silk is type of the natural Viscose. The resulting fibre looks soft and shiney. This material is cool to the touch and extremely durable and has hypoallergenic and antimicrobial properties. Bamboo silk is made exactly as the natural pure silk and results in the same soft and shiny fibres and probably more durable. What's more? This silk is cruelty free and does not require the hard work and the death of the silkworms. And bamboo grows faster and without much need of care-taking. Like the pure silk, the bamboo silk also has the thinner fiber, and so it is more likely to have higher number of knots per inch with it.

Bamboo silk + NZ Wool

The combination of silk and wool is like french fries and tomato sauce, happiest when together. Both are natural fibres. Silk is well-known for its luxurious fiber and its soft and shiney feel and wool for its plush piles. So when combined together it will give a rug with more dimensions and will provoke an eye catching design. The rugs with the base of wool and the design of silk will make your carpet or rug stand out with the luxurious look and feel. They are durable together and will give your family a long lasting experience with the comforting feel and are easy to maintain. The truly winning combination.

Pure silk + NZ Wool

The combination of silk and wool is like french fries and tomato sauce, happiest when together. Both are natural fibres. Silk is well-known for its luxurious fiber and its soft and shiney feel and wool for its plush piles. So when combined together it will give a rug with more dimensions and will provoke an eye catching design. The rugs with the base of wool and the design of silk will make your carpet or rug stand out with the luxurious look and feel. They are durable together and will give your family a long lasting experience with the comforting feel and are easy to maintain. The truly winning combination.

WOOL

Wool is basically a natural fiber. The wool is repellent to the dirt and the liquid and dirt and so are easy to clean. Wool can absorb the moisture of the air, almost 30% of its total weight and so it feels cooler without feeling wet. Wool carpet typically has superior wear, and it is also naturally fire retardant and self-extinguishing. Also the wool fiber based makeup easily accepts the dyes and so it is colorfast as well as superbly intense. Wool usually has the tendency to keep the temperature of your house, balanced. Wool is, usually costlier than the Artificial fiber, but lasts longer and looks better

Pure Silk

Naturally produced by silkworms, Pure silk is known to be a luxurious fabric because of its shiny and 'silky' feel and is largely cultivated in China & India. Despite being so soft and delicate, silk is highly durable and provokes an eye catching experience and as it is basically a type of protein, it is less likely to give you any allergies, except you are allergic to the silk itself. Also, it is so much durable that it is used to make parachutes, tyres, artillery gunpowder bags so there is no question, your rug is going to last long. As the silk has the thinner fiber, it is more likely to have higher number of knots per inch with it.

Art Silk

Art Silk, also known as the the artificial silk and Viscose and Rayon, is used in our rugs to give you all the look and feel of the puur silk while reliving your pocket from excessive load. Unique styles and designs can be created using this material with stunning visuals and stylish looks. This materials are beautiful and inexpensive but are highly delicate. So it needs the proper care and handling. When it is uncommon to spend well over $1,000 on the silk you can always use the other option i.e Rayon or Viscose. Take you time to check out the wide range of collection on our website.

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