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Rug with”Lightning”

In the 1980s and 90s, Vibeke Klint often weaved in a technique called warp repp. Unlike flat weave, where it is the weft that forms the pattern, it is the warp – the vertical thread – that forms the pattern.

Setting the loom up for a rug in warp repp takes up to 1 week, as there are 6 threads per. centimeter. This means that there are often well over 1000 warp threads in a rug.

Most often, she combined warp repp with flat weave technique in her characteristic details in a “lightning” pattern. This is a challenging combination, as the two techniques work against each other and are difficult to balance, i.e. that the edges align.

Vibeke Klint mastered the difficult art of limitation, which makes a design timeless, of which the VK-3 design is an excellent example.

The VK-3 rug is available in 5 sizes: 60×130 cm, 80×240 cm, 140×200 cm, 170×240 cm and 200×300 cm.

Available in 2 colors: black or white with lightning details in black and white.

From: 2.250 kr.

Incl. Danish VAT (25%)

The VK-3 rug is an example of a typical pattern of Vibeke Klint from the 1980’s and 1990’s mixing the warp repp technique with flat-weave technique in the “lightnings” details, a challenging combination which can be done only by the most experienced weavers.

The rug is available in black with white vertical stripes or in white with black vertical stripes. Both with “lightning” details in black and white and a 3 cm visible black edge.

Rug in warp repp technique.
Details in flat weave.
Warp: NZ wool
Weft: Felted English wool

Colours: White / Black – Black / White

Size approx.:

60 x 130 cm. DKK 2.250 EUR 305
80 x 240 cm. DKK 5.540 EUR 749
140 x 200 cm. DKK 8.070 EUR 1.092
170 x 240 cm. DKK 11.950 EUR 1.615
200 x 300 cm. DKK 17.910 EUR 2.420


All prices are list prices incl. Danish VAT (25%)
Terms of delivery: EXW CPH Denmark

All rugs benefit from lying on an underlay. The smaller the rug, the more important it is that the rug has an underlay. It extends the lifetime of the rug and makes the rug more slip proof



Vibeke Klint (1927-2019)

Vibeke Klint (1927-2019) has been described as the 20th century’s most significant Danish weaver and designer. Her life’s work, which includes everything from rugs, home and clothing textiles to interior design and decoration projects, teaching and communication, is an important part of Danish design and Danish cultural heritage


All rugs by NORDICMODERN are made of 100% wool from New Zealand

Wool has a natural coating of fat which makes it dirt repellant.

Furthermore, as opposed to most other fibres, wool does not burn.

Thus, wool does not need to be treated with fire retardants in order to be used even at places with special fire requirements.


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Easily maintained – high quality wool

Daily cleaning

Use the vacuum cleaner frequently when the rug is new. It is normal that the rug produces shed fluff for a period of time. Vacuum in the direction of the plie and never with the brush down.


Immediately dab the area with a white cotton cloth to prevent the stain from penetrating the fibres.

Carefully sprinkle a bit of water on the stain and dab again with a white cotton cloth.

If the stain does not disappear, the rug should be cleaned by a professional, for instance:

In order to avoid staining from the floor it is recommended to use an underlay.

Rugs in warp repp technique should always have an underlay.

The use of an underlay also assures that the rug lies even and prolongs the lifetime of the rug


It is a good idea to turn the rug around twice a year to avoid uneven wear and to place e.g. plastic or felt protection under the feet of heavy furniture standing on the rug.

Note that the colors may fade if the rug is exposed to strong sunlight for a longer period of time.