Karastan Chisel Gold 92116 Area Rug
Divine dustings of iridescent viscose add sparkle to EverStrand™ yarn in these elegant designs. Inspired by the charisma of modern art, this collection makes artistic luxury available. It also makes it livable, thanks to plush-yet-practical EverStrand™—recycled polyester fiber known for its natural softness, stain resistance, and durability.
A burnout Persian inspired motif is revealed in vibrant contemporary multicolor hues in Karastan’s Chisel Area Rug in Gold. Decadent dustings of viscose glisten alongside plush EverStrand™ recycled synthetic yarn in the design debuts of Karastan’s Axiom Collection. Style and sustainability are wondrously woven together in this artistically influenced collection crafted with environmentally friendly yarn derived from post-consumer plastic water bottles. Ideal for entryways, living rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, dining areas, offices and more, this designer style is also available in runners, scatters, 5’ x 8’ area rugs, large 8’ x 10’ area rugs and other popular sizes. Keep your new rug and the flooring beneath looking their best with an essential all-surface, earth conscious rug pad, crafted of 100% recycled fibers and certified Green Label Plus by The Carpet & Rug Institute!
- Collection: Chisel
- Construction: Machine Woven
- Material: 85% Polyester/15% Rayon
- Style: Transitional
- Pattern: Ornamental
- Pile Height: 0.2" (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.