This is an inexpensive rug that is totally fine. I needed a decently attractive rug to protect the floor in a high traffic area & this will do the job quite well. I wouldn't say it's a great deal -- you get what you pay for. It's clearly from a large roll of carpet that's been cut down and bound inexpensively. The pattern is not symmetrical. There's a rubber coating on the back -- which to me means it won't wear all that well in the long term, but it also means you don't have to buy a $** pad for an $** rug. The color is significantly lighter than it shows up on my computer screen. Overall, I'm satisfied. And I won't be fretting about clients tracking mud in on it.
I ordered 4 of those rugs in plan to put them next to each other in my country cottage. 3 of those are very similar color, more blue then gray. One of them is totally grey!!! I check the color name and number on each rug, they were indentical. Instead returning it, we ordered additional rug in order to avoid hassle with the return. I have a picture to prove it! There were no other color choices for this rug! How could this happen???? As for the quality, it will remain to be seen. I do like the look and feel of this rug though.
Returned: This rug arrived and was blue. The picture is totally deceiving. I know that gray is a hard color because there is beige gray, blue gray and green gray but this had no hint of gray in it. The rub was about the quality of something you could buy at Garden Ridge for 1/2 the price.