Designed by Tina Ratzer. Varjo is a hand woven rug made with the finest quality 100% New Zealand wool. The rug’s pattern is inspired by the herringbone configuration in old hardwood floors and the name varjo (meaning shadows in Finnish) refers to the shadow effects created between the layers of the pattern.
Varjo cleverly masters the fine balance between being a subtle rug suitable for all interiors, at the same time being very detailed and unique.
A non slip underlay is available and ideal if the product is going onto a hard floor - please contact us for more information.
W170 × L240 cm
W200 × L300cm
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Muuto is rooted in the Scandinavian design tradition characterised by enduring aesthetics, functionality, craftsmanship and an honest expression.
Expanding this heritage with forward looking materials, techniques and bold creative thinking, to deliver a new perspective on Scandinavian design.
The name Muuto comes from ‘muutos’, meaning new perspective in Finnish. Muuto handpicks leading contemporary designers who are strong interpreters of this philosophy creating products that offer the best of Scandinavian design today.