Eliza Copal Navy Rug

$869.00 $1,759.00


Beautifully designed vintage distressed look, high-quality. Filled with transitional allure, this rug sets the stage in any room. The inspired motif that is sure to grab glances. It has a 12mm pile height that encourages comfort underfoot while lasting ease to clean with regular vacuuming. Recommend a rug pad for added stability. Transitional design with a modern stylish over dyed antique look that makes a striking fashion statement in any room. Power loomed with the latest technology and highest quality yarns. Easy to maintain, stain, soil and fade resistant.


  • Vintage Styles
  • Kid and pet-friendly
  • Weave Type: Machine-Made
  • Pile height is 12mm
  • Easy Clean

IMPORTANT TIP: We recommend that an anti-slip pad such as Rugstop. This is used underneath rugs to prevent slippage between the rug and the surface it is placed on.

Please note; Due to the difference of monitor colours, some rug colours may vary. We try our best to represent all rug colours accurately.

Rug Care Guide

Your guide to keeping your rugs looking their best!

Welcome to our Rug Care Guide! Proper care and maintenance are essential for keeping your rugs looking fresh and beautiful for years to come. Whether you have indoor or outdoor rugs, wool, jute, synthetic, or machine-washable rugs, this guide provides you with all the tips and tricks you need to keep your rugs in top condition.


Before You Buy: Consider These Tips:

  1. Size Matters: Measure your space carefully before purchasing a rug to ensure the perfect fit.
  2. Traffic Level: Consider the level of foot traffic in the area where the rug will be placed to choose the most durable option. 
  3. Style and Material: Choose a rug that complements your decor style and consider the material that best suits your lifestyle and maintenance preferences.

Choosing the Right Rug for Your Space:

Selecting the right rug for your space is essential to ensure both style and functionality. Here's a guide to help you choose the ideal rug for different traffic areas in your home:

Low-Traffic Areas:

  • Ideal Rug Types:¬†Shag Rugs
  • Why: Shag rugs are plush and luxurious, making them perfect for low to moderate-traffic areas such as bedrooms, guest rooms or home office
Moderate-Traffic Areas:
  • Ideal Rug Types: Wool rugs.
  • Why: Durable and resilient, wool rugs are suitable for moderate-traffic areas like living rooms and dining rooms. They're naturally stain-resistant and can withstand regular foot traffic without showing signs of wear and tear.

High-Traffic Areas:

  • Ideal Rug Types: Synthetic rugs such as polypropylene and nylon.
  • Why: Designed for heavy use, synthetic rugs are ideal for high-traffic areas like entryways, hallways, and family rooms. They're durable, stain-resistant, and easy to clean, making them perfect for busy households with children and pets.

Outdoor Areas:

  • Ideal Rug Types: Polypropylene rugs.
  • Why: Specifically designed for outdoor use, polypropylene rugs are perfect for high-traffic outdoor areas like patios, decks, and porches. They're resistant to mold, mildew, and fading, making them ideal for outdoor environments. Additionally, they're easy to clean and maintain, perfect for busy outdoor spaces.


General Rug Care:

  1. Regular Vacuuming: Vacuum your rug regularly to remove dirt, dust, and debris.
  2. Rotate Your Rug: Rotate your rug every 6-12 months to ensure even wear.
  3. Spot Cleaning: Attend to spills immediately by blotting with a clean cloth. Avoid rubbing, which can spread the stain.

Outdoor Rug Care:

  1. Shake or hose off outdoor rugs regularly to remove dirt and debris.
  2. Allow outdoor rugs to fully dry after cleaning to prevent mold and mildew.
  3. Store outdoor rugs indoors during the winter months to prolong their lifespan.


Material-Specific Care:

Wool Rugs:

  • Vacuum with care: Use a low-power setting or handheld attachment to prevent shedding. *NOTE* Over vacuuming your rug can lead to excess shedding, once per week is ideal
  • Shedding is normal: It's common for new wool rugs to shed fibers initially. This is a natural part of the rug's life cycle and will diminish over time with regular vacuuming.
  • Rotate regularly: Rotate your wool rug to prevent uneven wear.
  • Professional cleaning: Consider professional cleaning every 1-2 years to maintain its appearance.

Managing Shedding:

  • Regular vacuuming: Vacuum your wool rug regularly, using a brushless suction head to gently remove loose fibers.
  • Use a rug pad: Place a quality rug pad underneath your wool rug to reduce shedding and prolong its lifespan.
  • Avoid aggressive cleaning: Refrain from using harsh chemicals or vigorous scrubbing, as this can increase shedding and damage the rug's fibers.


Jute Rugs:

  • Vacuum jute rugs regularly using a brush attachment to remove dirt and debris.
  • Blot spills immediately with a clean, dry cloth. Avoid using water or cleaning solutions, as jute can be sensitive to moisture.



  • Use a gentle cycle with cold water and mild detergent. Avoid bleach and fabric softeners.
  • Air dry out of direct sun light to prevent fading or damage to the rug fibers.



  • Vacuum synthetic rugs regularly to remove dirt and debris.
  • Spot clean spills immediately using a clean cloth and mild detergent.



Q: How often should I vacuum my rug?

A: We recommend vacuuming your rug at least once a week to prevent dirt and debris from settling into the fibers.

Q: Can I use a carpet cleaner on my rug?

A: We recommend spot cleaning spills with a clean cloth and mild detergent. For deep cleaning, we recommend professional rug cleaning services.

Q: How do I remove pet stains and odors from my rug?

A: Blot pet stains immediately with a clean, dry cloth. Use a pet-specific cleaner to remove stains and odors, following the manufacturer's instructions.

Q: Can I use bleach on my rug?

A: We do not recommend using bleach on rugs, as it can damage the fibers and cause discoloration.

Q: How do I prevent my rug from slipping on hardwood floors?

A: We recommend using a rug pad to prevent slipping and to protect your floors from scratches.

Q: Can I vacuum my shaggy rug?

A: Yes, but use a vacuum with a brushless suction head to prevent tangling and damaging the fibers.


Remember, proper care and maintenance are essential for preserving the beauty and lifespan of your rugs. If you have any specific questions or concerns about rug care, don't hesitate to reach out to us for assistance.



Rug Size Guide
If you want to add a certain style and atmosphere to your room, nothing is more important than the choice of the right rug. By choosing a rug in your preferred colour or pattern, you can quickly make new combinations with other items or accessories that also fit into your style or colour scheme. Additionally, it should be noted that the size and shape of your rug are also very important. They lend our rooms a certain note of character, especially if they emphasise the interior space in an individual way. We have created this guide, which comprehensively covers all aspects related to choosing rugs
160 x 230cm 
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