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Made in Turkey | Material : Polypropylene Olefin Pile , Natural Jute Backing Rug Pad Required Not Included | 0.39 inches 9.91mm pile height with contemporary modern designs in 5 colorways at the most competitive prices Contemporary Modern Design : Trellis Lace Square | Color : Grey / Cream Approx Size : 7'10" x 9'10" Width: 94 inch Length: 118 inch | Vibrant Colors Pile Height : 0.39 inch Low Pile Height Makes It Easy To Vacuum and Clean Mold, Bacteria and Stain Resistant | Colorfast | Durable | Easy To Clean | Backing: Jute Backing | Use: Indoor
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Conur Collection is machine-made in Turkey using olefin/polypropylene by So Home / Rug Styles. These contemporary modern trellis – lattice design area rugs will make a colorful and exciting addition to any area. New square trellis design. — Care instructions : Vacuum, shake and rotate the rug regularly. Remove dried spots immediately by scraping carefully towards the middle of the spot. Do not rub wet spots. Absorb moisture with paper towels, and clean with a damp cloth and mild detergent. Professional carpet cleaning when needed.
Customer reviewsSo far we are happy with this rug choice
So far we are happy with this rug choice. The deep color has livened up our family room, which has dark, hand scraped wood flooring. I wanted something that would look attractive yet wear well. We have two boys under the age of 10 and a medium size dog. I originally had a solid wool rug, which cost over triple this price, in the room. After one day I sent it back, afraid it just wouldn't hold up and could not be cleaned should an accident occur. We made a great choice I am waiting for the last couple of inner wrinkles to 'fall/ soften' out, from where the rug was rolled up tightly. I would think that within a few more weeks, they will perfectly flatten out.