Pappelina Ed Runner - Charcoal

Check out the new ED floor runner from Pappelina - the perfect hallway pleaser!

With its tartan-like design and neutral colour palette, the charcoal ED runner will be right at home in your hallway, kitchen, utility or bathroom. He's even happy outside. Just pop on the floor and enjoy this handsome fellow. 

Pappelina runners are woven from soft plastic using traditional Swedish techniques. They are fully reversible, dust and dirt repellent, and washable, although a quick vacuum is probably all they will ever need to keep them looking good as new for years to come.

Available in four lengths.

£96.00

One in stock for immediate delivery.

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Plastic carpets? Yes, the idea is fantastic!

The technique of weaving plastic carpets was born in 1948 in Dalarna, Sweden, and was later modernised by Pappelina, as new forms, colours and materials were added to the original process.

A Pappelina rug begins its life in the mind of Lina Rickardsson. It is she who is Pappelina, she who is the designing force.

When you invest in a rug from Pappelina you invest in quality – quality that lies in true Swedish craftsmanship.

Every rug is finished by hand. Experienced and careful eyes check every centimetre. It’s a true piece of craftsmanship. It’s quality. And it’s Swedish through and through.

Can a plastic rug be sustainable?

Pappelina only use the highest quality plastic material. A rug from Pappelina is exclusively woven from the purest plastic ribbons made in Sweden. By purchasing Swedish-made raw material they can meet their high-quality standards and ensure that their rugs do not contain any harmful substances whatsoever. The plastic they use is approved for use in the food industry and to produce toys in both the EU and the US.

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Dimensions and details

DesignEd
ColourwayCharcoal : warm grey : vanilla
Width70 cm
Length140, 240, 335, 430 cm
Thickness5 mm
MaterialSwedish phthalate-free PVC ribbon and German polyester warp thread for strength and durability
EndsWelded
OriginCrafted in Leksand, Sweden
NoteMeasurements may vary ±4%