Pappelina

ANTS Pale Orange/Vanilla

$96.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to...

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ANTS Rose Taupe/Vanilla

$96.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to...

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ANTS Warm Grey/Vanilla

$96.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to...

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ASTA Lime

$96.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to...

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ASTA Misty Blue

$96.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to...

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ASTA Pale Rose

$96.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to...

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ASTA Pale Turquoise

$96.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to...

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ASTA Warm Grey

$96.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to...

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BOB Army/Vanilla

$129.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to...

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