Brocade is a decorative style of weaving, and the hand-knotted Surya BRC1001 Brocade Area Rug combines an appearance of traditional brocade with a contemporary color scheme. The rich, dark, and almost washed color palette includes brown, tan, beige, raspberry, rust, and green, making it easy to coordinate with your decor. The pretty filigree detail of this rug is both noble and fanciful, while the updated look makes it worthy of centerpiece status in a modern room. Hand-knotted means high quality and 90 knots per square inch is excellent. It's also true that wool from New Zealand is among the best in the world. A dense pile will make you take your shoes off to enjoy the deep softness of this amazing rug. There is no backing as it's knotted over cotton warp and weft by expert craftspeople in India. Various sizes are available.
They are proud members of "Wools of New Zealand." From design concept through production, a Surya family member is involved, making sure that the highest standards are being met at each level. Surya works with top designers and constantly updates their designs and color palettes to match and set the trends in design and fashion for the home. Surya always means a fine choice in rugs.Shop All Surya
Caring for Your Surya Rug
Maintain the beauty of your Surya rug by vacuuming it regularly. Also, turn it periodically to equalize wear and sun exposure. Remove grease spots with ordinary wool cleaning detergents. If your rug ever needs to be professionally cleaned, ensure that the cleaner knows how to care for the type of rug, and be sure to examine the rug together, in advance of the cleaning, and get a signed receipt and guarantee for the work to be done. Only when the following steps for spot cleaning are not sufficient, should you need to professionally clean your rug.
Prevent stains from setting in by cleaning spills immediately. To spot clean, use a clean, white cloth and always blot, never rub; rubbing only forces the spill deeper into the rug. Removing as much moisture as possible with a clean, absorbent, white cloth is essential. If a stain persists, use lukewarm water with a good wool cleaner and, if this fails, you can use a solvent. Be sure to pretest the solvent on a small section of the rug before using. Always use clean tap water to remove any residual cleaner, and dry towels to absorb any remaining moisture. Restore the beauty and texture of your rug by vacuuming it when it is dry.