I was looking for a plain red wool rug without synthetic fibers and this rug "fit the bill." It contains only cotton and wool and has a tight, low pile and rich color which is just what I was looking for. The color is a deeper cooler red, more like a wine red, than the picture which is a little lighter and warmer red but it still looks great in the room I bought it for.
I wanted a red wool carpet for my kit in frount of the sink, this has worked out just fine vacumes right up not a real thick pile I have other wool carpets in kit and wanted to tie the colors together and this was perfect. A little slippery untill I put a gripper pad underneath, now works just fine
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? right on
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. nice
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? accurate
If a p r son had to build a rug wardrobe the same way we try to build a clothing wardrobe, I would add this to my list. It's a good, we'll made rug suited to a lot od room. I purchased in in dark red as a runner. It looks good in the hallway I placed it in. It's my third Safavieh rug and I'm not disappointed.
I purchased this exact rug a couple years ago and love it. I needed another one so ordered again. The rug never flattened out. I'm not talking about the corners curled from being rolled up. It was buckling all over, as though it was warped. I laid the flat side of a heavy table on it for 8 days but it still didn't flatten out. I then compared the under side of it to the first rug I bought. The new one had 2" binding tape sewn around all the edges. I believe when the binding tape is why the rug didn't flatten out. Anyway, I exchanged it for another one hoping for better luck, but the replacement rug did the same thing.