Dune Rug - Ash / Oatmeal

Soft ripples of natural tones evoke a subtle sense of shifting sands to provide an understated easy-on-the-eye background.

Our indoor outdoor rugs are designed to withstand nature’s elements (they are sun, rain and wind-resistant). Hand woven with washable, durable recycled fibres, our indoor outdoor rugs are ideal for high-traffic areas and muddy messes.

  • hand woven
  • flat weave
  • sustainable
  • durable
  • all-weather
  • multiple areas of use
  • soft ripple effect
  • multiple colours and sizes
Products specifications

usually in stock

Expected Delivery

5-7 business days (in stock items)

Product Weight



Fully assembled

Weather Rating



1 year structural warranty

Country of Origin


Dimensions 1.7 x 2.4m
Material 100% Recycled PET
Care Instructions Although the rugs look and feel like wool, they have exceptional durability and stain resistance; cleaning is just a quick hose down. If rug is exposed to chlorinated or salt water use plenty of fresh water to rinse. Ensure rug is completely dry before placing furniture. These rugs are not machine-washable. Do not dry clean or use harsh chemicals that could damage of fade your rug. If the corner of your rug curls up, lightly spray both surfaces of the curled area with water, then roll it back on itself in the opposite direction and leave it for 10 minutes. Flatten it out and put a heavy weight on it for a few hours. If rug remains in an uncovered area outdoors and is subject to rain or heavy dew, it should be allowed to dry front and back. Dampness can cause some fibre breakdown over time. Vacuum your rug regularly to prevent build up of dirt and pollen, if left on the rug this can encourage mould growth. For extended periods of non-use, keep the rolled, dry rug in a covered, shaded area to protect against unnecessary fading.

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