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Tatami Rug, Purple

by Ariadna Miquel
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The Tatami rug collection, with its unique fiber combination of wool and jute, was design by Spanish designer Ariadna Miquel for Spanish brand Nanimarquina. The essence of traditional Japanese straw tatamis gave inspiration for this modern rug collection. These hand loomed Dhurries (a thick flat woven rug used traditionally in India) are made with 50% New Zealand wool and 50% Jute. The structure and shine of the jute blended with the softness of the wool to create a mesmerizing combination that results in these gorgeous Tatami rugs.

The Tatami rug collection is available in four colors (Natural, Indigo, Yellow, Black, Purple) and in four standard sizes (Medium, Large, XL, XXL). These high-quality rugs are entirely handcrafted, which may result in slight variances in size. These rugs are hand-dyed and color tones may vary a little, which is part of their natural beauty. Prolonged exposure to sunlight may alter rug color tone and may even cause discoloring.

Nanimarquina was founded in 1987 by Nani Marquina and has been dedicated to innovation and quality ever since, blending contemporary design and traditional craftsmanship techniques.

Tatami Rug, Purple by Spanish designer Ariadna Miquel for Nanimarquina
- Modern design inspired by traditional craftsmanship
- Hand loomed, Dhurrie, 50% New Zealand wool, 50% Jute, 23,250 yarns/m2
- Available in four standard sizes: Medium (L 7'10" x W 5'7"), Large ( L 9'10" x W 6'7"), XL ( L 11'6" x W 8'2") or XXL (L 13’1” x W 9’10”) x H 0.2"
- anti-slide rug base included
- Indoor use
- Can be dry-cleaned or professionally wet cleaned
- Contact us for custom colors or sizes
- Several eco-friendly treatments available: anti-stain, anti-UV, antibacterial and antiviral (including COVID-19), flame retardant
- Made in India
- Free Shipping




Ariadna Miquel
Ariadna Miquel

Ariadna Miquel is an industrial design graduate from Elisava School of Design in Barcelona, Spain. Her passion for textiles and her curiosity about production techniques allow her to create innovative textures, while experimenting with colour application. Ariadna Miquel was awarded the prestigious ADI-FAD award in 2002. She then participated in various projects for brands such as Alcatel and Bormioli Rocco. Her work was featured in the Reflexus exhibition with Ingo Maurer at the Centre d’Art Santa Mònica, and in the installation Flux Mundis at the MNAC, Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya. After working with Martín Azúa and Emiliana Design Studio, she joined the nanimarquina design team in 2003.