Overall, if you're buying the rug just for looks, buy this rug. It also feels really good underneath your feet, so if you're going to put it under a table or somewhere that doesn't involve potentially lying on it, I'd go ahead and buy it. The price is also very reasonable. Here's the problem: I always stretch after waking up and before going to sleep. This rug looks great and fits perfectly underneath my queen size bed, but the problem is that it is downright painful to sit on. When it comes to stretching, planks, sitting, lying, or anything other than standing, this rug hurts more than a SOB. Of all the bedrooms I've lived before, this is the first time I can't do my morning and evening stretches because the rug hurts my body so much. It also scrunches and moves really easily because it is so thin unlike a heavier, non leather rug. Now, I realize what many of you are thinking, "why would you stretch on your rug and not get a yoga mat?" Well I did, and that solved the problem. The Main Point Is: this rug looks great, is well made, and it won't break your wallet. It's just super uncomfortable if you ever plan on doing anything more than standing on it.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? The color is exactly the same
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. The quality is good for walking on
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Good description
- Would you recommend this to a friend? No