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2%27 x 3%27 Riverwood Rug
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Riverwood Rugs

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2' x 3' Riverwood Rug
$69.95 - $899.95
With a simple border pattern and color palette that complement and decor, Riverwood 100% Wool Rugs are a perfect match for any room. High-low loop pile is hand tufted with extra-heavy size yarns for excellent quality and feel. Professionaly clean. USA.
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8' x 11' Riverwood Rug
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8' Round Riverwood Rug
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7' x 9' Riverwood Rug
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5' x 8' Riverwood Rug
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2'6" x 8'6" Riverwood Rug Runner
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3' x 5' Riverwood Rug
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2' x 3' Riverwood Rug
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5.0 (based on customer reviews)

By Love Plow & Hearth
Comments about Product:
I put the round rug in the breakfast area under a round table. It is lovely. I can see what the previous reviewer said about the raised squares, but I agree that is part of the interest of the rug. I wish it was available in a larger size for the family room adjoining the breakfast area. Caution, the rug is thick so may be a trip hazard.
By Reba the artist
My kids new play area. Soft and inviting
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We bought the large one for our foyer. The rug is so inviting, my kids lay on it now with the dog and do their homework. The colors are rich and it's soft and inviting. The boxes are raised, so I have to vacuum between the ridges a bit. That's part of what makes it beautiful though. Very nice and works well on our wood floor without a pad. It also came in less than a week.
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