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the levels are more defined than what is seen on the picture. Also has a blue tint to the grey. We really like the rug... and the price was great...
This beautiful handwoven shag rug is the perfect addition to any home and any decor. The beautiful color and design add style to any room, while the one-inch pile height adds the ultimate comfort, giving this shag rug a plush feel.
ITEM#: 13412937This power-loomed shag rug offers luxurious comfort and unique styling with a raised high-low pile. High-density polypropylene pile features dark grey/beige color and provides one of the most plush feels available in a rug. This dark gray/beige rug from Safavieh features an understated abstract pattern and is the perfect backdrop for your contemporary decor. With a 1-inch pile height, this rug offers plush softness that feels great under bare feet, and the durable cotton canvas backing ensures that this rug is made to last.
- Durable cotton canvas backing
- Primary materials: Polypropylene
- Pile height: 1 inch
- Style: Casual
- Primary color: Dark grey/beige
- Pattern: Shag
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.
|Product Features||Non Skid Backing|
|Dimensions||8 ft. x 10 ft.|
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the levels are more defined than what is seen on the picture. Also has a blue tint to the grey. We really like the rug... and the price was greatRead More
The quality far exceeds the price. The rug is gorgeous and durable. Arrived in a timely manner. Great buy.Read More
the color was spot on with the picture (just enough dark grey), and is very soft. I move in a few days so will see how well it flows all together, but did unwrap and lay it out when it arrived. Very satisfied with this purchase, and the design adds just enough touch to not make it boring or over powering!Read More
it was a little too dark for me.Read More
I bought this rug 2 years ago. Within a year, the pattern ia almost gone. Matted down bad. It is in a high traffic area. Also vacuuming the low spots is difficult and I have a *****. Not worth the money.Read More
I had been searching for a grey rug for awhile, both in stores and online. The price was right, the color is just what I wanted and the design in the rug works great with my decor. I would highly recommend this rug.Read More
The picture looks lighter gray than what it really is. It's very dark. A very large room would be needed to pull off a large, dark rug like this. Also, it's much like a bound carpet remnant. Reminds of the sculptured shag carpet popular in the 80's.Read More
Just know that this rug is more blue than gray then you'll be happy with it. I've already vacuumed the rug twice and haven't had any issues with unraveling or shedding either. I think the price and quality made it a great purchaseRead More
I love this area rug and everyone compliments it. It is listed as beige and gray but there is no beige it's just gray which I like. It is very thick and has texture which warmed up my living room. I also brought the 4x6 for my entry way which needed carpet tape for backing because that rug slides but the 8x10 hasn't budge an inch. Love both!Read More
We have a 4 month old baby and mostly hard floors so I was excited to soften up the living room space with this rug. Since unrolling it about 6 weeks ago, we have not been able to get rid of a terrible musty odor. When we put blankets or other baby items that are fabric-based on the carpet, they pick up the smell far too quickly for our liking. We are at the point that we may just throw it away....and the nearly $*** spent.Read More
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I needed a rug for my living room that was stylish but did not compete with other patters and prints.
I'm just wondering if anyone else has ever had an issue with smell. We are terribly disappointed as this rug has smelled very musty/moldy since we opened on the day of arrival. We have cleaned it and nothing has improved the smell. I'm worried that it could be mold or something of the sort. If we do not find a solution soon, this will be a waste of $.
Hello pghmandy, I am so sorry that your rug has a bad odor. You will be contacted by Customer Care for further assistance. Thanks for shopping with us!
Does this rug come in a 7x9
Unfortunately, we do not sell this item in that size.
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