Toru and Montreux Rugs by Miss Amara

The image is not that of a doily. You may be surprised to hear this. The extraordinary beige rug was named after one of the prettiest and one of the most picturesque towns in Europe. The rug bears name of a town in Poland called Toru. Its sibling, the green rug, was named Montreux by a picturesque town on the edge of Lake Geneva in Switzerland which is famous for the annual jazz festival. What is so special about these rugs? Miss Amara offers their followers a hand braided radial pattern made from a polyacrylic type of yarn called Olefin. The wonders do not seize here. This designer rug is UV-safe and resistant to mould and it means that it can be used both indoors and outdoors. Amie and Aaron, the brain trust behind Miss Amara, say that they have a purpose to stimulate the creation of living spaces that inspire happiness. We can safely claim that Toru and Montreux rugs are fine examples of their mission.


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