Multicoloured Recycled Rag Rug


Shoes off! Our soft, vibrant rugs are crafted by hand from recycled cotton rags. Brighten up your home with this sustainable style staple.

All our delivery services are tracked.

UK Standard: Delivered within 2-5 days - £1.95 or £3.95 depending on the items in your order. Orders over £40 qualify for free standard delivery.

UK Next Working Day: Order before 3pm - £6.95

UK Saturday: Order before 3pm on Friday - £9.95

Europe: £7.95, £9.95, or £14.95 depending on the items in your order.

Rest of the world: £7.95, £10.95, or £17.95 depending on the items in your order.

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This rug has been hand crafted from recycled cotton rags, salvaged from the waste of the Indian garment industry.

Due to the handmade nature of our products each one is unique, but loveliness comes as standard.

Care instructions: When it needs a wash, we would recommend that this rug should be professionally dry cleaned. As they’re crafted using natural dyes, we cannot guarantee they are colour fast, and would recommend the use of an underlay over a light-coloured carpet.

Check out our Care Guide for tips on giving your Paper High products a long and happy life.

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Make a Difference

Our rag rugs and bell totas are handmade by the Barefoot College, a fantastic organization making a great difference to communities in Rajasthan, India.

Since 1972 they have been providing basic services and solutions to issues in rural communities, with the objective of making them self-sufficient and sustainable. Their many ‘Barefoot Solutions’ can be categorised into solar energy, water, education, health care, rural handicrafts, people’s action, communication, women’s empowerment, and wasteland development. We have seen for ourselves the work the college is doing and are truly inspired by it.

By making a purchase, you are helping to continue the fantastic work of our producers.

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