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ONCE UPON A TIME, IN SWEDEN... 13 Mar

textiles, rugs, children's rugs, patterned children's rugs, bright children's rugs, pappelina aki rugs, Hus and Hem, published by Bobby RabbitEver considered a plastic rug for your child's room? Well we hadn't - that is, until we saw these stunning rugs designed and made by Pappelina in Sweden and available here in the UK from stylish Scandinavian design specialist, Hus and Hem. These beautiful runners are made from woven plastic and are not only durable and non-slip, but are pretty practical too (water- and UV-resistant, dust- and dirt-repellant and best of all - mop, hand or machine washable at 30 degrees!) And their simple leaf design combined with a bright, fresh colour palette is just perfect for injecting a dose of Scandinavian spring-time into your child's room! textiles, rugs, children's rugs, patterned children's rugs, bright children's rugs, pappelina aki rugs, Hus and Hem, published by Bobby RabbitChoose from 4 lengths (140cm, 240cm, 335cm and 430cm, all 70cm wide), with the 140cm length starting at £85. You may not know this, but weaving plastic carpets has been a Swedish tradition since 1948. Pappelina have further developed this concept in recent years, bringing new shapes, colours and materials to the original production process - but ensuring they always stay true to tradition by sourcing all materials and producing every rug in Sweden. So by purchasing one of these rugs, not only will you be getting a fab-looking, beautiful quality rug, but you'll be helping to maintain and uphold a very special Scandinavian tradition. So if you like what you see, Hus and Hem are kindly offering Bobby readers a very special 10% off all Pappelina rugs until Friday 22nd March. See our Special Deals for more details on how to claim.
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