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I originally had frustrations with the rug being backordered, BUT it was 100% worth the wait. It's gorgeous! Lightweight, but not in a cheap way. Highly recommend this one!
This rug is simply gorgeous and the fact that it is washable makes it even better! A beautiful addition to my dining room!
I have 3 washable carpets and it's never exactly like the colors I see on the computer screen so I wasn't sure if I would like it. But I love the colors, I ordered the 8x10. It's a very light ivory/cream background without being too yellow. I added photos, they look dingier in the photos, in person it's a very light and clean feeling, and more faded than in the photos. I love it!
I was looking for a neutral colored rug to lighten up my living room, and this fits the bill. Beige, gold, black, cream, taupe colors. Stains clean easily.
I am beyond satisfied with this rug! It is absolutely gorgeous! I bought an 8x10 in gray to go underneath our 74? dining table and 8 chairs.
We got this rug for our sons nursery and love it! It's a beautiful design and just the style we were looking for, with it being low pile but still soft and comfy. Perfect pop of color but also has that worn look. Attaching photos with no filter to get the true look!
I ordered this rug for our master bedroom and could not be happier with it! Super soft, looks just like a regular rug, but I can toss it into the washing machine if it gets too wet or dirty. Seriously the best!! Love how it's brought warmth and color to our bathroom without being high maintenance. Would definitely recommend!!
I love this carpet. I just wanted to confirm that the colors are a little more muted than what is depicted in the pictures, which would work well for my house.
We just received our rug a few days ago and when I first laid the rug out I initially thought I was sent the wrong rug. The rug is pretty but it isn't as muted as it looks in the picture online. It is way more blue and green and less brown. It is also much more of an Aztec rug and not a Persian transitional rug. If you have a transitional styled home from then this rug isn't for you. The rug does seem to be nice quality and I do like that it is washable.
Had to buy a second one in a bigger size for my dinning room and absolutely loved it!
The colors are such a beautiful blend, yet still neutral. This is so practical with two boys under 4! We could not be more pleased.
I really love this rug. The colors are duller in person, which I prefer. I haven't had the chance to wash it yet, but with a toddler and two dogs it's just a matter of time. We've been through so many shag rugs because we couldn't get them to come clean if one of our pups had a queasy tummy, or from our toddler spilling. So, I'm excited to have a rug that you can throw in the wash. My only worry being how big it is. Hopefully it fits in our washer. Another thing, our Dyson animal V6 cordless vacuum would not work on this rug. After looking up ?washable rugs and vacuums? I learned this is a common issue with washable rugs. So, we had to buy a brand new vacuum in order to keep the rug clean. Of course the best ?washable rug? vacuum (after googling) are shark vacuums with the shag rug/carpet option and lift away. Not a cheap vacuum brand. But, our dyson was getting old, so we invested in a shark, and it glides across the rug fine on the carpet/rug option, and it gets more dog fur anyways. So, I'm not too annoyed. Another frustration though- figuring out something to get the rug to lay flat on carpet. Don't waste your time on carpet tape, or the thin rubber carpet mats or sticky ones. This rug is so light weight it won't stay. And will just look like a blanket laying on your carpet lol. After some more googling, I discovered thick carpet mat or 1/2? thick felt cushioned rug pad does best under these rugs, especially when dealing with carpet underneath. Which is not cheap either? I ordered this rug to try and save, instead of ordering off ruggable. But with the vacuum and rug pad situation? it came out to more $$$ when all was said and done lol. Which is my own fault for not researching beforehand, but now I'm mentioning it so maybe someone else can learn from my mistakes ha ha. I got the 8X10 which is HUGE. I wanted the rug to cover the majority of our carpet in this room, as it gets the most foot traffic, and I want to preserve the carpet... Or eventually replace with tile.