The Soho Collection is Safavieh’s response to market demand for clean, transitional design in rugs that work equally well in traditional and contemporary homes. The collection’s unique purity and clarity of the color is achieved by selecting only the purest premium New Zealand wool as a canvas for Safavieh’s exciting new color palette. Many of the designs in the Soho collection are accented with viscose for silky softness to outline patterns, and further highlight the softness of the wool. This innovative collection is hand-tufted in India.
Cotton backing, rug pad recommended to avoid shifting and sliding
Hand Tufted in India
Crafted by master weavers
Vacuum regularly, brushless attachment is recommended; avoid direct and continuous exposure to sunlight, do not pull loose ends; clip them with scissors to remove; remove spills immediately; blot with clean cloth by pressing firmly around the spill to absorb as much as possible, for hard-to-remove stains professional rug cleaning is recommended
For an instant decorating makeover, this area rug is one of the easiest and most fashionable ways to refresh a room with character and style
Please Note: The digital images and product dimensions on our website are as accurate as possible. Due to differences in computer monitors, some rug colors may vary slightly. Lengths and widths may vary from the published dimensions. We do our best to provide you with an exact measurement, but please be advised that some variation exists. Patterns may vary slightly according to shape and size selected.
60 day manufacturer warranty, for warranty information on this product, please call our Internet Customer Service Center at 1-800-435-4654
The good: Rug looked very nice.
The bad: The patterns on the rug are not dyed. They are individual 1/4" thick strands that are looped into the base of the rug. The problem is THEY ARE NOT ATTACHED.
I'll try to explain the problem: Imagine running a needle/thread through a piece of cloth, then running in back out to the front. Then cut thread off from the needle and the spool. You'll have two strands sticking out of the front of the cloth that are connected in the back. If you pull one strand, the other gets shorter. And, if you keep pulling on that strand, the whole thing will just come out entirely. That is how they chose to assemble the pattern onto this rug. The threads aren't affixed/attached. Just looped through.
We only kept this rug briefly in a light to moderate traffic area, and we lost so many strands that the pattern developed gaps/holes.
Not a good design, not a good product.