Karastan Vortex Cobalt 91989 Area Rug
A perfect storm of New Zealand wool and SmartStrand®, these rugs embody our fashion legacy. Featuring vivid hues of midnight black, ruby red, and cobalt blue mixed with neutral greys and ivories, the patterns within this collection are the next step in color innovation. Together this marriage of fibers achieves a remarkable product that optimizes the quality of each: the sophisticated matte finish of the New Zealand wool is cleverly contrasted with the silky sheen of the SmartStrand® fiber.
Contemporary color erosion and burn out techniques reveal an artistically influenced modern abstract motif in the striking style of Karastan Rugs' Vortex Area Rug in Cobalt, featuring an overdyed palette of blue, grey, beige and gold. Cue the lightning strikes and thunder booms as Karastan Rugs' Tempest Collection stirs up a stylish storm with its chic contrast between the luxuriously matte New Zealand wool and the silky sheen of stain resistant SmartStrand®. Eclectic globally influenced designs are cast in a contemporary color scheme, featuring a modern marriage of overdyed bold tones and balanced neutral hues.
- Collection: Vortex
- Construction: Machine Woven
- Material: 54% Triexta/46% Triexta
- Style: Modern/Contemporary
- Pattern: Abstract
- Pile Height: 0.25" (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 wool. 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.