Hook & Loom thick woven natural wool rugsHook & Loom Thick Woven Natural Wool Rugs

Wool the way nature intended...

Using the beautiful varied colors of natural breeds of sheep, Hook & Loom's 100% natural wool rugs are hand-woven in rich, refined patterns. They are hand-bound, reversible, and built to last. The scales on wool fibers hold onto dirt until it is vacuumed away, which helps the rug stay cleaner. And wool fibers absorb airborne pollutants, so wool rugs can actually help clean the air in your home! Plus wool is fire retardant, so no flame-proofing chemicals are needed.

These thick wool rugs are hand-woven on wooden panja looms by strong and skilled craftsmen to create the thickest, firmest, and densest weave possible. Made of 100% natural undyed wool from India, Australia and New Zealand, in a variety of natural sheep colors, these rugs are approximately 3/8" thick, hand-bound, and fully reversible. FREE SHIPPING by FedEx Ground from Massachusetts.

Thick wool rug styles are shown below. To see more detail, click on the photos. On the shopping cart page you will be able to access a natural rubber gripper, to help hold your rug in place, by clicking the "View Product Options" link. Also see Hook & Loom's flat-weave wool rugs and loom-hooked wool rugs.

Bond Natural Wool Rug
Bond

Cheviot Natural Wool Rug
Cheviot

Columbia Natural Wool Rug
Columbia

Coopworth Natural Wool Rug
Coopworth

Corsican Natural Wool Rug
Corsican

Cotswald Natural Wool Rug
Cotswald

Dorset Natural Wool Rug
Dorset

Gotland Natural Wool Rug
Gotland

Hampshire Natural Wool Rug
Hampshire

Merino Natural Wool Rug
Merino

Montadale Natural Wool Rug
Montadale

Perendale Natural Wool Rug
Perendale

Shropshire Natural Wool Rug
Shropshire

Suffock Natural Wool Rug
Suffock

Thick Woven
Natural Wool Rugs

2' x 3'

$58

buy 2x3

4' x 6'

$235

buy 4x6

6' x 9'

$525

buy 6x9

8' x 11'

$845

buy 8x11

10' x 14'

$1,345

buy 10x14

2.25' x 9'

$195

buy 2.25x9

swatch

$5

buy swatch

On the shopping cart page you will be able to purchase a natural rubber gripper for underneath your rug by clicking the blue "View Product Options" link.

Hook & Loom Guarantee, Returns, Warranties

Hook & Loom offers easy returns of any of their rugs, in new and unused condition, within 30 days of purchase:

  1. Roll and return the rug to the original bag.
  2. Tie the top with the attached fastener, or other secure string or fastener.
  3. Remove the pre-paid FedEx label from your packing list envelope and affix it over the original shipping label.
  4. Drop the rug off at any FedEx location; or call 1-800-Go-FedEx to request a home pickup (extra charge applies for home pickups).
  5. Swatches are not returnable.

Please include a brief note letting us know why you weren't satisfied, so that we can serve you better next time.

Processing Your Return

As soon as Hook & Loom receives your return, they will inspect it to make sure it's in the original new and unused condition. When we receive their refund we will issue a credit to your account, less two-way shipping costs (usually 20-25% of the price depending on size and distance). If you return the rug because it is not what you ordered or it has a defect that eluded quality inspectors, the shipping cost will not be deducted from your refund.

Long-term Warranty

Hook & Loom makes their rugs to last. If at any time you experience a problem with construction or durability of a Hook & Loom rug and it is beyond the 30-day validity of the prepaid return label, simply call or email us. We will make arrangements for replacement, or if it cannot be replaced a refund will be processed.

Rug Care

Caring for Hook & Loom Natural Wool Rugs

  • Vacuum regularly.
  • If spills occur, it's best to act quickly. You can scoop up solids with a spatula or butter knife. Blot as much liquid as possible, using a clean paper or cloth towel. Then towel or wet sponge) with cold water (add cleaning agent if appropriate). Gently moisten and dab the area, then blot dry.
  • For more serious spills and soil, professional cleaning is recommended.
  • Please note that it's normal for rugs to have the end of a thread or yarn become loose. If this happens, simply snip it off (don't pull it) and the problem will be gone.