Karastan Abilene Grey 91952 Area Rug
Bringing you an enticing array of contemporary designs, this collection pulls from modern, industrial, tribal, and global patterns. If you want a bold aesthetic that’s also approachable, consider these artistic styles featuring rich neutrals complemented by fresh areas of color. Designed with our exclusive EverStrand™ recycled polyester yarn, these rugs offer lush softness, excellent stain resistance, and durability to depend on.
Classic distressed geometric design is cast in a dramatic palette of oyster, grey and gold in the modern style of Karastan Rugs' Abilene Area Rug. Woven with Karastan Rugs' exclusive ecofriendly EverStrand™, a premium polyester yarn created from post-consumer recycled plastic water bottles, the designs of the Montreal Collection are as easy on the eyes as the environment around us. Renowned for its irresistible softness, this silky yarn also offers superior strength stain resistance, dependable durability and an illustrious color clarity. Refreshing and radiant, colors come alive when the accents of golden viscose combined with the sheen inherent of the EverStrand™ fiber.
- Collection: Abilene
- Construction: Machine Woven
- Material: 94% Polyester/6% Rayon
- Style: Modern/Contemporary
- Pattern: Geometric
- Pile Height: 0.39" (approx.)
- Country of Origin: USA
Care Instructions: Area rugs should be spot cleaned with a solution of mild detergent and water or cleaned professionally for heavy or set in stains. Regular vacuuming helps rugs remain attractive and serviceable. Use of a rug pad is recommended to keep rug laying smoothly in place and to help prolong the life of the rug. Shedding is normal with rugs that contain viscose (rayon). Please be sure to set your vacuum to the highest possible setting when cleaning the rug to ensure the brush roller does not cause additional damage to the rug. If loose ends or loops are found, do not pull them out by hand, cut them with a scissor to avoid tugging any unwanted threads from their roots. Remember, shedding is a natural occurrence and should diminish within 4-6 months.