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TÅNUM

rug, flatwoven, 60x90 cm, assorted colours

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Article no: 302.126.75

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Key features

With leftover cotton from our textile production we are able to create unique, handmade rugs using less raw material. The colours vary from rug to rug.

This versatile rug fits just about anywhere thanks to the shape, size and mix of colours.

Made in Bangladesh in organised weaving centres with good working conditions and fair wages.

Cotton is a soft and easy-care natural material that you can machine wash.

A perfect companion for all types of flooring, even those with underfloor heating.

Leftover cotton fabric from our textile production has been transformed into unique, handmade TÅNUM rugs. The colours vary from rug to rug, so come to the store and pick the one you like the most.

Assembled size

Length:90 cm
Width:60 cm
Thickness:4 mm
Area:0,54 m²
Surface density:1350 g/m²

Package size & weight


Article no: 302.126.75
Packages: 1
Length: 61 cm
Width: 24 cm
Height: 2 cm
Weight Gross: 0,77 kg
Weight Net: 0,76 kg

Store location

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1 x TÅNUM rug, flatwoven Article no: 302.126.75 1 package(s)
Find it in Rugs department

Care instructions

Machine wash, max 30°C, normal process.

Do not bleach.

Do not tumble dry.

Do not iron.

Do not dryclean.

Line drying.

Shrinkage 10%.

Good to know

Use STOPP anti-slip underlay for increased safety; to be placed under the entire rug.

Handmade with a purpose

Each TÅNUM rug starts out as fabric scraps from our bed linen production. The scraps are repurposed by skilled craftspeople who weave the bits and pieces into unique rugs. By choosing a TÅNUM rug, you are bringing a one-of-a-kind piece into your home, crafted with nature’s resources in mind.

What is cotton?

Cotton is one of the world's most appreciated and used natural fibres. Textiles in cotton are soft, hardwearing and can be washed at high temperatures. They are also good at breathing and absorbing moisture – making them pleasant to wear close to the body. Today at IKEA we use more and more recycled cotton and strive to make sure that all the new cotton we use has been grown and produced with less and less amounts of pesticides, fertilisers and water.

Designer

Erik Bertell

Environment

We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways. The cotton in this product is grown with less water, less chemical fertilizers and less chemical pesticides, while increasing profit margins for the farmers. That way, we lower our environmental impact. By using leftover cotton from textile production in this product, we consume less new raw materials and reduce our climate impact.

Materials

Warp:
100% cotton
Weft:
90% cotton, 10% mixed fibres

Ideas and inspiration

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Your countryside getaway

Sometimes you need to take a step back from your job, from the intense rhythm of the city, from constant informational-bombardment, from everything. And then you need to make a few steps towards the serene nature of the Lithuania. To lay down in the sun, swim in the lake, and enjoy lush forests. To get the so much needed reset, before continuing with your life in a great mood. So IKEA is here to help you plan this step-back.

Reuse, repair, recycle, reimagine: living more sustainably with IKEA
Reuse, repair, recycle, reimagine: living more sustainably with IKEA

At IKEA, we’re on an exciting journey to become a circular business by 2030, making healthy and more sustainable living accessible and more affordable to people around the world. We’re reimagining how we do things, from how and where our materials are sourced, to how our products are designed, transported, sold and – eventually – recycled. Like anything worthwhile, it’s a process filled with new challenges and adventures, but we’re well on our way to helping create a better everyday life for people and the planet.

Ask a designer: living more sustainably on a budget
Ask a designer: living more sustainably on a budget

“I want to furnish my home sustainably, but I don’t have much money. How do I do it?” There is this idea that living more sustainably is expensive, but it absolutely does not have to be. You can furnish your home to be a beautiful, warm and colourful place in a way that is good for the planet but good for your wallet too. We chatted to interior designer Chiara Effroi Lutteri about how she created a home that’s just that: poppy, practical and filled with lower-impact choices – all on a shoestring budget.

TÅNUM rug, flatwoven
Story

A rug that makes a difference

A rug that makes a difference

TÅNUM rug is a good example of how we bring together two of our passions – sustainability and creating a better everyday life. It’s made of leftover fabric from our bedlinen production and each rug is handwoven by skilled craftspeople at responsibly organised weaving centers. No two rugs are alike so TÅNUM adds a unique touch to any home, but more importantly, it’s a rug that can mean a brighter future for those who weave it.

The inspiration for these rugs comes from traditional Swedish handicraft, where leftover fabric scraps are woven into rag rugs – a smart and responsible use of resources. The idea for TÅNUM originated from a young design student named Erik Bertell. He reimagined the rag rug in a modern way and showed that you could create contemporary and unique rugs using only reused textiles.

A stable income for women

As we were developing the rug, the passionate manager of one of our supply factories came up with an idea – that women in the village of Karupannya, in Northern Bangladesh, should weave the rugs. He wanted to make everyday life for people in the village better by giving women jobs and a stable income. And since this region in Bangladesh is known for good textile craftsmanship, it was a perfect match.

Not the easy way, but the right way

The easiest way to produce the rugs would have been to make new fabrics instead of shipping leftover pieces to the weavers – but that wouldn’t be the IKEA way. “We like to keep things simple, but also to make products in a more sustainable way. The supplier and the rug team at the IKEA office in New Delhi worked together to make it happen,” says Rasmus Jönsson, who works with TÅNUM.

Better conditions for more people

Having people in Karupannya weave the rugs became a part of our initiative called Made by People: Handmade rugs. It’s a long-term IKEA project that establishes weaving centres close to villages. By bringing weavers together, the production process and the working environment can be monitored and improved. This creates better conditions for the weavers, their families and ultimately the rug industry throughout the region. We’re also helping to develop a new loom that enables weavers to have a more ergonomic working position and requires less muscle power to operate. “The best part is that we can offer functional and beautiful rugs for thousands of homes by using leftover materials, and at the same time create jobs for women in Bangladesh. It's good for both people and the planet," says Rasmus.


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