Hand-woven and luxuriously thick and soft underfoot
60% New Zealand Wool and 40% Viscose
Suitable for low-traffic areas, such as the bedroom
2m x 3m
Ethically handmade in partnership with Care and Fair
Soft underfoot, the thick woven threads of the Emerson rug create a beautiful, textured pattern — ideal for bringing warmth into your home, and easy to style with.
Emerson is a hand-woven, chunky textured plain floor rug consisting of 60% Wool and 40% Viscose. This rug is ideal for use in a bedroom or low-traffic sitting room — it is not suited to use in high-traffic areas.
Emerson Feather features raw wool with a hint of charcoal, creating a soft cream tone.
The Emerson rug is available in 2m x 3m and features a full cotton backing and edging for improved longevity and wear.
Created by craftsmen using artisan skills, all rugs are individually handmade. As a result, our rugs can vary by 5% from the size ordered.
Having trouble deciding? Visit one of our Warwick Fabrics showrooms nationwide to view the full range in person. Check out our stockist page to find your closest showroom.
Product images are only visual representations, and while care is taken to ensure accuracy, colours may vary due to monitor variations.
We recommend a non-slip underlay should always be placed under rugs. It will stop the rug slipping, create more depth underfoot and lessen wear on the rug. It also prevents the risk of dye transfer to the under surface and helps protect timber flooring. Sun exposure for extended periods of time may cause fading. Items should be rotated regularly to minimise colour change and damage. It is best to vacuum your rug before any dirt is embedded, ideally twice a week in the first few months. Vacuum regularly with low suction power. Avoid direct sunlight where possible. Shedding of fibres from new rugs is to be expected and will reduce with time. Note: jute colour will vary due to the natural fibre variation and should be expected from rug to rug.
We recommend treating spots and spills immediately with warm water and paper towel. If the stain persists, contact a professional rug cleaner as soon as possible. Do not scrub rugs as it may cause permanent pile damage.