With its round shapes and large-scale motif, Pappelina's STEN runner has all the hallmarks of a design classic. The rug, with its flirtation towards the retro style, is named after the shape of the pattern as STEN means stone in Swedish.
Pappelina's versatile STEN warm grey & fossil grey runner is suitable for all areas of the home - pop in the hallway, kitchen, utility, bathroom, and even outdoors.
Pappelina rugs and runners are woven in Sweden from soft PVC ribbon using traditional Swedish techniques. They are dust and dirt repellent, and washable too.
Available in 4 lengths.
Woven to order and on your floor in 21 - 28 days.
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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 uses 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 materials 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.
|Colourway||Warm Grey | Fossil Grey (opposite on reverse)|
|Length||Available in four lengths - 100, 200, 300, 400 cm|
|Material||Swedish phthalate-free PVC ribbon and German polyester warp thread for strength and durability.|
|Origin||Crafted in Leksand, Sweden|
|Note||Measurements may vary ±4%|