Colours are simple and straightforward on this style of area rug: single coloured throughout with variations due to the lighting conditions.
In the 5th century, the people in a small village in Greece created a new method of holding sheep’s wool together in a plush, favorable way. In the 1970’s, centuries later, it became the rage of fashion and design. Now, a few decades later, it’s official: Shag is back!
These area rugs are hand crafted by looping the material through a backing. This creates a looser weave as compared to a knotted piece. The plush feeling on the bottom of your feet that the random strands sitting next to each other create is part of the enjoyment of this area rug.
This area rug is recommended for living and dining areas in your home rather than a front entrance.
Vacuuming can only be done with the straight head of your vacuum because the shag strands would get caught in the beater brush.