Is this really a beige background? Looks gray in the picture
This rug is cuter in person and is a great value for the size and fact it is wool. The only negative is it does shed a lot but I was prepared for this since it is wool and is played on constantly. We have it over a section of hardwood in the living room where my 9 month old plays primarily. I suspect it will shed less when he starts to walk. But for the thickness, cuteness, and value I don't mind running the vacuum over it every day or two. Most certainly recommend this rug....
Add an enjoyable decorative accent to your child's room with a hand-carved beige wool rug by NuLOOM. This kid's rug features brightly-colored letters, animals, and other objects that you can use to help teach your children the alphabet.
ITEM#: 13079141Fun playful pattern and bold colors makes up this fabulous Kids Alphabets and Letters rug. This rug is hand-carved for a bold and unique textured effect featuring shades of yellow, orange, beige, red, green, pink, blue, tan, ivory and brown.
- Durable canvas backing
- Primary materials: Wool
- Pile height: 1.5 inches
- Style: Contemporary
- Primary color: Beige
- Pattern: Baby/Kids/Tween
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.
|Color||Beige Blue Brown Green Ivory Orange Pink Yellow|
|Style||Contemporary Kids & Tween|
|Dimensions||5 feet x 7 feet|
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This rug is cuter in person and is a great value for the size and fact it is wool. The only negative is it does shed a lot but I was prepared for this since it is wool and is played on constantly. We have it over a section of hardwood in the living room where my 9 month old plays primarily. I suspect it will shed less when he starts to walk. But for the thickness, cuteness, and value I don't mind running the vacuum over it every day or two. Most certainly recommend this rug.Read More
We LOVE this rug! It completely ties our playroom together! High quality materials were used to make it ( real wool) and you can tell when you walk on it, feels like wool not synthetic. No dangerous synthetic smell either like so many other rugs have. This rug is absolutley beautiful! The colors are great and the letters and designs are actually raised from the gray/taupe background. Spills do not show up easily at all and they can easily be cleaned with a sponge. It does shed a lot at first and that is to be expected. Just vaccuum a few times and you are good. We have goten many compliments on it and best of all, my daughter is in love with it!Read More
We bought this rug to go into the nursery for our soon-to-be-born son. I loved the fun letters and pictures, and the colors were great. The letters are actually raised up compared to the background, and the letters are very soft. The background section, on the other hand, is this woven beige wool that is very rough to the touch. It was scratching my feet while sitting on the rug, and it was very uncomfortable. I couldn't imagine placing my newborn with his sensitive skin on this rug because it would scratch him all up! If they had made the whole rug soft like the letters, it would've been fine. But instead the letters are a different texture than the background (creating that 3D effect). Ultimately, we returned the rug.Read More
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Hi landerite, the background is more of a beige/taupe color. 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. Thanks for shopping with us.
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