Dada Rug Nada Duele Carpet - White Label Project
Dada Rug Nada Duele Carpet - White Label Project
Dada Rug Nada Duele Carpet - White Label Project

Dada Rug

Regular price550.00 EUR
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Handcrafted with 100% natural lambswool and dyes, the Doodle Rug captures the naiveté of absent-minded doodles, and draws inspiration from those simple and unfiltered drawings we tend to use as a distraction to take ourselves away from the present. The Doodle Rug features abstract lines with concrete representational meaning and aesthetic value, and looks equally good on your floor as it does on your wall.

To ensure exclusivity, only 10 rugs are created by design, each one including their certificate of authenticity.

Designed by Nada Duele, weaved by master weavers in Momostenango, Guatemala.


Size: 170 cm x 120 cm, 200 cm x 150 cm, 240 cm x 180 cm

Color: Cream, orange, black, green

Material: 100% lambswool

  1. Order is placed
  2. Raw materials are sourced to match production needs
  3. Item is handcrafted by artisans
  4. Item undergoes quality control and is shipped with a trusted carrier.

Visit our Made to Order page for more information.

Made to Order item is shipped within 10 weeks from order placement.

VAT is included in the price. Deliveries to non-EU countries might come with extra taxes and import duties that the customer must cover.

You can get a full refund for items returned by mail within 30 days of receiving them, excluding shipping costs. No refunds or exchanges are possible after 30 days from receipt.

Behind the brand

Nada Duele

Nada Duele was founded by the multidisciplinary artist couple Giselle Macdonald & Mariano Vadillo in 2019 in an effort to create unique pieces combining the essence of Guatemalan craftsmanship and contemporary design. They work collaboratively with master artisans in Guatemala ensuring craft preservation and job-creation in the region.

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