Lorena Canals

Cuisine Washable Rug

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Inspired by the traditionally woven kitchen linen with stripes and checks, this rug is made using a mixed RugCycled canvas base, with soft tufted cotton pile in natural on top and a thin stripes pattern in Vintage Blue and Toffee along the edges. Finished at two of the corners with handmade thin braids as a continuation of the stripe.

** Due to the hand-crafted nature of these washable children's rugs no two are alike. 


Quality & Safety

A handmade and carefully designed product.

Each piece is unique, hence there may be small variations in color and shape.

Our products are 100% natural fiber based. The reason why the rugs can have lint falls after the first washes. This will be reduced as you aspire the rug (low-to-moderate intensity).

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• It is environmentally friendly.

• Free from toxic dyes or contaminants.

• Suitable for subfloor heating.

This product is non-toxic and complies with all quality and safety regulations for children. ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 18001 certified.

Washing Instructions

Washable cotton rugs, blankets and floor cushions.

We recommend you to use the practical cotton bag when storing your cotton rug or taking it to the laundry.

Never use an airtight plastic bag.

Before using, we recommend putting the rug in the dryer to take out the wrinkles of being folded.

Machine wash (capacity 17lbs/8kg or more) separately using a delicate, 86ºF/30ºC program without whitening.

Use a light soap, and do not use softeners.

Do not leave in the machine once the wash has finished, as the colors may run or stain other parts of the rug.

Dry in the dryer at a low temperature.

Avoid drying in the sun.

Don't worry if lint appears, as this is residue fiber produced from cutting the cotton.

During the first few days, it is advisable to sweep the rug with a hard brush in the direction of the plush, and then it is recommended to use the vacuum cleaner.

Should you find any long or loose threads, cut these using a pair of scissors.

Never pull a thread.

Keep away from fire.

About the Designer

Lorena Canals is the person behind the firm that bears her name, together with a great team. Extremely creative and very committed to the design of sustainable and solidary products, her practical sense brought her to create the first washable rug in the world.

Her obsession for details, quality, and originality, makes the brand one of the most innovative, launching new collections and renewing its catalog every year.


All pieces are handmade one by one using natural raw materials and non-toxic dyes by a crew of expert artisans in their factory in India. As a result their pieces are zero waste and save water.

Social Mission

Through their Sakûla Project, a nursery in the north of India they help to educate the children of the factory's craftswomen.

There are currently 120 children attending the school and counting. Their teachers are in direct contact with them to suggest continuous improvements—from new textbooks to new backpacks or renovations to the school.

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Cuisine Washable Rug
Cuisine Washable Rug
Cuisine Washable Rug
Cuisine Washable Rug
Cuisine Washable Rug
Cuisine Washable Rug
Cuisine Washable Rug
Cuisine Washable Rug
Cuisine Washable Rug
Cuisine Washable Rug
Cuisine Washable Rug
Cuisine Washable Rug
Cuisine Washable Rug
Cuisine Washable Rug
Cuisine Washable Rug
Our Beliefs

An exploration of design and aesthetics


Lending a well selected artistry to your dwelling

Experiencing the beauty of life through art is a lifestyle we relish. We serve those who seek beauty at every turn and long to appreciate its wonders day in and day out.


A harmonious interplay of aesthetics and function

We curate housewares that fuse form, sustainability, and utility to offer uncompromising luxe showpieces for your daily rituals.


Pieces which afford a richness exclusive to its past

It's our thought that our spaces impart a sensation of having been amassed gradually and with intention, best done with a palpable trace of history.