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Safavieh Hand-hooked Vintage Poster Sage Wool Rug (2'6 x 4')
Adding a touch of early American nostalgia, this hand-hooked sage wool area rug reproduces a vintage advertising poster in vivid detail. The quality craftsmanship continues with hand-serged, bound edges and cotton canvas protective backing.
ITEM#: 14476716This hand-hooked contemporary design features timeless looks from a pure virgin wool pile providing comfort and softness to the touch made from an all-natural material. This rug displays a sage background with stunning accent of beige, yellow, ivory, brown, blue and green spread across the beautiful patterns of this rug. Hand-surged binding and 100 percent cotton canvas backing adds to the durability of your rug to be enjoyed for many years. The fringeless borders give a very clean, elegant look and feel.
- Durable cotton canvas backing
- Primary materials: Virgin Wool
- Pile height: 0.375 inches
- Style: Novelty
- Primary color: Sage
- Pattern: Geometric
Tip: We recommend the use of a non-skid pad to keep the rug in place on smooth surfaces.
All rug sizes are approximate. Due to the difference of monitor colors, some rug colors may vary slightly. We try to represent all rug colors accurately. Please refer to the text above for a description of the colors shown in the photo.
|Dimensions||2 ft. 6 in. x 4 ft.|
|Materials||Virgin wool, cotton backing.|
|Weave Type||Hand-Hooked Handmade|
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I bought several of these rugs to put in my kitchen and under the breakfast table. I bought all of them in the sage color. On some of the rugs, the "sage" is flat out gray...no hint of green. On some of the rugs the "sage" is actually a sage green color and all of the other colors in those rugs are brighter. I'm stuck with them now as the time, energy, and expense of sending them back and then trying to reorder them all in a consistent color is way more effort than it's worth, but buyer beware. While the rugs are absolutely adorable, the color inconsistency is a big issue if you intend to use them in the same area.Read More
This brightly colored rug is beautiful in my yellow kitchen. Design has a European flavor and fits so perfectly with my decor, I often get comments. The fiber is wool which makes the colors bright and beautiful, but not the best choice for a kitchen where it can get quite dirty and has to be professionally cleaned.Read More
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Thank you for your inquiry. We have a review stating the rooster is purple. We try to represent the colors of our products accurately, but unfortunately due to the difference in monitor colors we cannot guarantee that the color will match exactly what you see on your screen.
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