Beautifully crafted in India and taking inspiration from a 1920s style Jacobean embroidery design, this beautiful rug features an intricately detailed floral pattern in a warm sand and blue colour palette. Ideal for adding Sanderson design style to any home.
Founded in 1860, Sanderson is renowned for hand-drawn designs inspired by English garden scenes, offering a timeless and easy elegance to the home. As one of the oldest English soft furnishing brands, Sanderson is famous worldwide for a signature style that is informed by its heritage and made for modern living, combining classic patterns with fresh, vibrant colours.
Celebrate the exquisite detail of Sanderson’s iconic portfolio, from enduring English blooms and statement florals to Eastern inspired designs, intricate trails and boldly stylised botanicals.
This exquisitely crafted collection of beautiful hand-tufted rugs lends a sophisticated finish to any interior space. Complementing Sanderson’s historic range of fabrics, wallpapers and paint, this delightful rug range adds a homely feel and a touch of effortless grace.
Pile Composition: 100% Wool Backing material: Cotton & Latex Pile height in mm: ca.12 | cut pile Hand Tufted Sizes available; 140cm x 200cm 170cm x 240cm 200cm x 280cm 250cm x 350cm
*Natural fibres may shed. This will reduce over time and will not affect your rug's performance. Vacuum clean regularly to reduce the shedding.
*Delivery time 14 working days
Since 1860, Sanderson has encapsulated quintessential British design. Lending its iconic florals and timeless weaves to all kinds of homes across the nation.
The oldest brand in the Sanderson arsenal, from where they derive the namesake of their group, begun life in 1860, as an importer of fine French wallpapers to London. Arthur Sanderson & Sons Ltd played a pivotal role in defining English interior decoration tastes and its early success led to displaying designs at London’s finest showroom, at Berners Street. Around this time in 1924, Arthur Sanderson & Sons Ltd were awarded The Royal Warrant, becoming “purveyors of wallpaper and paint” to the court of George V.