Some things are simply better kept simple and natural. Like this all-natural rug, handmade from 90% hemp and 10% recycled cotton. The detail in the weave is the feature here, while the edges are protected with recycled cotton edging to add a splash of colour.
Hemp fibre is something of a super material. It has a long history of being used for rope and for making sail canvases – in fact the word ‘canvas’ is derived from ‘cannabis’, the parent plant. Don’t worry, our hemp has none of the ‘naughty’ properties, just all of the good – such as being environmentally friendly – being grown with very few pesticides, no herbicides, and having a similar softness to linen. It’s also very hardwearing, making this rug a great choice for hallways and kitchens, as well as lounges, conservatories and bedrooms.
Our Bahu rug is handmade by a dedicated rug maker in India, and proud partner of GoodWeave, a not-for-profit organisation working to end child labour in global supply chains.