Karom Kilim Runner

Delivery from £4.95


Sold out, discontinued

W:75cm H:180cm

Every hallway should have a runner - to brighten, to put texture underfoot and to protect hard flooring or carpet in this busy home area. And why not a handmade fair-trade beauty like this! In warm, vibrant colours created using natural dyes, the Karom Runner features age-old kilim motifs and is loomed in the traditional way. Handmade in northern India, the kilim runner is woven on a flatbed loom using 80% fine wool and 20% cotton. This gives the runner a tightly woven, slightly nubbly texture and a low profile which makes it less of a trip hazard (please use rug grippers on polished floors). It also makes the rug incredibly hardwearing and so an investment to last for years. This runner carries the GoodWeave label helping to bring an end to child labour in the global carpet and rug making industry.

Matching area rugs & cushions also available.

Please note that due to the natural dyes and handmade nature of this product, colours will be affected by direct sunlight. As each product is handmade in villages of Northern India, some variation in colour and design will occur making each piece a unique piece of art.


80% wool / 20% cotton. Dry clean or vacuum & spot clean.

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We offer 0% finance for purchases over £500 repaid over 6 months, for purchases over £750 repaid over 12 months and for purchases over £1500 repaid over 24 months. 9.9% finance is available on purchases over £250, repaid over 36 or 48 months. From time to time we may offer 0% finance at lower promotional thresholds at our discretion.

With no deposit required, subject to standard credit checks, once your finance arrangement has been authorised, it’s valid for 90 days with the first installment due approximately 30 days after delivery. Finance orders must be delivered to your billing address. Click here to find out more on our finance options.

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