Karastan Sazerac Rose Gold 91966 Area Rug
Influenced by the glamorous rose gold accents from around the globe, this collections combines divine dustings of shimmering rose gold viscose with the velvety soft textures of SmartStrand®. Globally inspired patterns rooted in a taste of timeless traditional designs are extenuated by a palette of fashion forward colors like mallard green, alabaster, and biscotti. Fused with the luxurious finish of our exclusive SmartStrand® yarn, the styles feature the sumptuous softness of silk and a built-in premium lifetime stain and soil resistance that will never wear or wash off.
Hazy rose gold hued lines over an oyster hued canvas create the chic and contemporary geometric grid motif of Karastan Rugs' Sazerac Area Rug. Divine dustings of iridescent rose gold viscose glisten alongside plush SmartStrand® Triexta yarn and EverStrand™ recycled polyester yarn in the luxurious design debuts of Karastan Rugs' Soiree Collection. A chic cause for celebration, glamour, stain resistance and sustainability are wondrously woven together in this artistically influenced soiree of sought-after styles.
- Collection: Sazerac
- Construction: Machine Woven
- Material: 65% Triexta/19% Polyester/16% Rayon
- Style: Modern/Contemporary
- Pattern: Geometric
- Pile Height: 0.59" (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.