Multitone Rug

Multitone Rug

Multitone started life as a colour blanket, an evolution of the Duotone rug. The result was so good that a rug was created based on the concept too. 

Taking the same basic construction as the Duotone rug, Multitone is made by weaving in multiple colours for a statement rug that energizes a space with its mesmerising pattern.

The rug is made using a simple flat-woven basket construction. The different thicknesses of the yarns and the contrasting colours lend the rug extra surface interest. It is hand woven by skilled weavers from India using New Zealand wool.

Materials: 100% pure New Zealand Wool

Sizes Available: 130 x 170cm, 200 x 300cm, 250 x 350cm and 300 x 400cm

Additional Information: Please note that Kvadrat rugs are hand woven and are subject to a +/- 3% variation to the overall rug size. We recommend to always purchase an underlay for your rug. Please also use professional cleaners for care and maintenance of your rug.

Downloads: Specification Sheet
Care and Maintenance

This item is currently on backorder.
Estimated lead time: 10-14 Weeks

Kvadrat Rugs are handmade and made-to-measure. With a selection of Quick Ship rugs, as well as custom sizing, the possibilities are endless.

Characterised by outstanding craftsmanship, meticulous attention-to-detail and tactile structures, they reinterpret classic techniques in a contemporary light. Kvadrat rugs are renowned for reviving traditional production methods and celebrating the beauty of handmade creations. They partner with skilled craftsmen to ensure their rugs' durability for everyday use. Crafted from the finest materials by the world's top weavers, their rugs guarantee longevity, transforming both commercial and residential spaces over the years. Elevate your space with their rugs and their enduring quality.

Hella Jongerius (1963, the Netherlands) is one of the world’s leading designers, known for her research-driven approach and vigorous work on uniting craftsmanship and industrial production, infusing mass produced objects with imperfection, sensibility and character.  She founded her Jongeriuslab design studio in 1993, and has worked on commissioned projects for Vitra, Maharam, Danskina, IKEA, and the Dutch airline KLM.

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