A base of cream white and taupe, combined with olive green, cranberry red and melon yellow. This is a palette that is normally served by chefs. A palette for those not afraid to let their colours show.
Cranberry is a red rug. It’s a design for people not afraid of colour. Red is a bold colour, you have to be able to combine it well. For a tangy accent to a neutral palette, or the finishing touch to a brightly coloured home.
East meets west in our vintage patchwork rugs. Persian rugs, Maroccan kelims an Parisian fabric houses inspired our designers to the subtle divisions and stylish patterns in our rugs.
Gínore rugs are woven from chenille acrylic fibers. Acrylic fibers are a modern fiber with the highest colourfastness. This means that every rug has a beautiful colour intensity, and retains this over many years as well. Acrylic fibres are strong, durable and easy to care for. The chenille process makes the yarn feel comfortable, even to bare feet, and gives extra depth to the colours. Two strong visible and tangible advantages over a printed rug. The addition of a small amount of polyester makes the rugs extra durable and retains the shape.
Our rugs are jacquard woven in Belgium. This weave makes our complex patterns and colour palettes possible. The result is a flatweave, a low pile rug that is remarkably easy to clean. People with (dust) allergies generally do not experience allergic reactions from our rugs.
After weaving our rugs are specially finished to give the fabric an even softer look and touch. You’ll see it. You’ll feel it. The edges are strengthened by hand and sown under. This is how a rug should be.
Every Gínore rug has a non-skid layer as standard, so that it lies neatly and stays in place; on every surface. This extra layer also creates extra sound dampening and prolongs its life span. Finally, all rugs are given the Gínore label. Quality that is seen and felt.