Slow

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Slow Flatweave Rug

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Rug Description

A soft wool flatweave with a playful, minimalist appeal.

Rug Type:
  • Flatweave Rugs

    Reversible rugs without pile, also known as kilims, made by hand-weaving horizontal weft yarns through vertical warp yarns

Age:
  • New

    Recently woven and never used in a home

Main Color:
  • Beige, Cream
Color Palette:
  • Cream

    A warm off-white

  • Inky Black

    True black

  • Cherry Red

    A bright, true red

  • Canary Yellow

    True yellow

  • Navy

    A deep true navy

  • Cerulean Blue

    A richer sky blue with turquoise undertones

Rug Details

  • 100% New Zealand wool
  • Flatweave: approximately ⅓” thick (8-10mm)
  • Slight variations in size due to handmade nature
  • We recommend you pair this piece with a rug pad for comfort and longevity
  • Color palette: cream, inky black, cherry red, canary yellow, navy, cerulean blue

Curator's Notes

The Collection

An exploration of vibrant color and texture, designed to the weave. Beep Beep's palette of primary colors is elevated with stripes of moodier shades, and grounded in accents of black and cream.

The Design

Slow has a creamy salt-and-pepper ground with squares of cherry, navy, and cerulean — like building blocks, or a minimalist board game.

The Material

Wool’s natural lanolin makes it soft and shiny, protecting it from shedding and dirt—and it decomposes quickly without risk of microfibers. In this piece, a felted New Zealand wool weft is woven onto a New Zealand wool foundation for heft and body.

The Supplier

We partnered with a small, family-run weaving house known for their flatweave expertise. They’re Craftmark-certified, which means they meet stringent national standards for socially responsible handmade products. Many of their weavers have been with them for as long as 30 years, and their looms are 100 years old.

The Designer:

Our in-house, all-star design team collaborates across Los Angeles, Istanbul, and Mumbai. Starting with the weave itself, they determine material and technique, then create moodboards to capture the look and feel before beginning to design. When designs are finalized, they work with the supplier on an extensive sampling process, perfecting each style and color before it goes to production.

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