Dye Info: The dye is AZO-free, and there is no use of chemicals which are HAP (Hazardous Air Pollution) in the manufacturing of these rugs.
How It's Green
Material: Natural content.
Low Chemical Use: The dye is AZO-free, and there is no use of chemicals which are HAP (Hazardous Air Pollution) in the manufacturing of these rugs.
Available in Custom Sizes: Available, $30 per sq. ft., please contact us for lead time.
This modern rug is handmade by a 3rd generation company along the banks of the Ganga River in India using master craftsman and the finest yarn. Its construction is based on the fundamental melding of touch and design. An affordable, well designed product in contemporary style. Their goal is to develop new types of rugs in which materials and weaving techniques are combined in new, exciting ways. At this price point, you'll have a had time finding better quality and more interesting rugs.
Downloads & Video
Good To Know
Available to see in showroom: We have small samples of the rugs to view and feel.
Return Policy: You can return this item within 15 days. If it arrives returned in perfect condition, you will receive a full refund for the cost of that item, including taxes (minus shipping). view our full return policy
Manufacturer: Mat The Basics
Place of Origin: India
Family run since 1942, Mat has become the supplier of various brands and labels. The brand consists of 3 collections: Mat The Basics, Mat Vintage and Mat Orange.
We take our environmental responsibility extremely seriously. And we work actively to maintain our 14001-certification. Naturally, we comply with current legislation and waste disposal regulations, recycling as much as possible.
We always choose suppliers who aim to safeguard the environment and we work mainly with natural fibres such as wool, which is renewable.
Since much of our production is carried out by hand, the process has minimal impact on the environment.
M.A. Trading has the reputation of taking on a significant social responsibility for the people in the different manufacturing processes. The family works actively to improve the weavers’ standard of living and to reinforce women’s right to work, not only in production but at all levels in the company.
We act continuously to improve weavers’ pay and working conditions and, as of 2008, we are certified in accordance with the SA8000 social accountability system. The weavers are the true artists and they are entitled to be respected for their creative work!