Safavieh Kingdom IP111A Gold Rug
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Description: Produced with New Zealand wool, this rug showcases hand-tufted pile for the ultimate in comfort and softness and features a fringeless border for a clean, elegant look and feel.
- Collection: Kingdom
- Brand: Safavieh
- Material: 100% New Zealand Wool
- Weave: Hand Tufted
- Styles: Traditional Rugs
- Origin: India
- Available in the following sizes: 4' x 6', 5' x 8', 6' x 9' and 7' 6'' x 9' 6''
- Clean & Care: Vacuum regularly as new wool rugs can shed yarn fibers for up to three months. Avoid direct and continuous exposure to sunlight. Do not pull loose ends, clip them with scissors to remove. Clean liquid spills immediately by blotting with cloth or sponge. For hard to remove stains, professional rug cleaning is recommended.
First, this is a super-high quality carpet . . . beautifully made. That being said, it doesn't matter how high quality he carpet is if, when it arrives, it in no way resembles what you thought you purchased. First, the picture is totally inaccurate. I know they say they're no responsible for that, but it looks the same on every device I've used to view it. Second, they say it is a GOLD carpet. It is not gold. It is actually predominantly gray, beige, and coral/pink with some gold and maroon in it. The colors are washed out and not at all saturated as the picture suggests. I would guess that this carpet gets returned ALL the time. Don't buy it.RECOMMENDED: No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
This is a beautiful rug - primarily a gold overall impression, and the blue is a very muted greenish blue. Very lush feeling. Would definitely buy again.RECOMMENDED: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
Safavieh's award-winning original collections range from the finest antique reproductions to the most fashion forward, contemporary rugs. Safavieh offers a wide variety of transitional area and accent rugs of both Oriental and contemporary designs. Safavieh also produces a variety of rug designs from American Country styles and 19th and early 20th Century European Art.
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