The Beantown Braided Rugs are yarn braided rugs, spun from a blend of natural and synthetic materials which
cover a filler (core) which is usually a blend or combination of fibers.
Braided rugs draw their style and history from the early beginnings of American life. Although they are synonymous with the early Midwest settlers, they got their beginnings in pre-Revolution New England. Born from the necessity of not wasting anything in the home, their style has become timeless and unique to today’s contemporary country homes.
They are reversible and durable. These rugs are crafted with manual skill and precision to ensure accurate color design, quality braiding, and stitching.