Patterns & Colors


Twill-woven rug

Stunning on its own and a stylish addition in most settings. With the asymmetrical square pattern, this twill woven rug in New Zealand wool and linen fills a room with a creative graphic pattern and deep stunning colours. These features come from the thick quality of the wool and the refined depth of the linen. Primula and Salvia rugs come in the same quality.


Design: Lisbet Friis

Twill woven, hand-made rug in New Zealand wool and linen

Sizes: 170x240 cm, 200x300 cm

Colors: 0000 Multicoloured

As most of our rugs are unique and hand-made, the size can vary slightly from the ordered size (+/- 4%).

We make certain reservation on the representation of colours.


BS EN 13501-1 BFL-S1



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Design: Lisbet Friis

Twill woven, hand-made rug in New Zealand wool and linen


Lisbet Friis

Long time collaborator and renowned Danish textile designer Lisbet Friis plays an important part in translating Fabula Living’s vision into the simple and striking Nordic style.

The award-wining designer has brought her extensive knowledge of patterns, colours and materials into the collaboration, and she shares the company’s attention to detail and passion for creating long lasting design.

In her own studio in an idyllic forest north of Copenhagen, she is constantly sketching, trying and testing materials and colours. These on-going experiments produce results shown in international exhibitions and later provide ideas for her design commissions.

How to care for your rug

We always recommend that you use an underlay to extend the life of your rug.
An underlay ensures that the rug remains in a fixed position. It also reduces the risk of any staining.
Some of our kilim rugs are reversible. We recommend that you turn your rug over every six months.
Do not place your rug in direct sunlight.

Care instruction – Rugs of wool, linen and viscose
Daily cleaning: Vacuum your rug as needed. Never vacuum your rug with the brushes of your vacuum
cleaner nozzle in the extended position.
You can also give your rug a gentle shake outside. Do not beat your rug.
Spot cleaning, only woolen rugs: Dab the spot very gently with a damp cloth soaked in carbonated water.
More thorough cleaning: We recommend professional cleaning.

See Underlay