Place this rug wherever you need some extra cushion and a splash of color. Our Folk Art Mat and Runner are made from neoprene for amazing comfort underfoot. The low-profile design works well anywhere—at your door, in the kitchen or laundry room. It's a great combination of function, design and value. Full color graphic design will not pill. Anti-slip sponge rubber with a printed poly face. Machine washable. Made in the USA.
• Folk Art Mat • Made of comfortable neoprene • Anti-slip sponge rubber with printed poly face • Made in USA
Available colors Blue Red
Sizes Mat 22"W x 31"L Runner 22"W x 52"L
22"W x 52"L Folk Art Runner
Folk Art Mat, 22"W x 31"L
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Comments about Product: I purchased two of these for my daughter's kitchen. She chose them because of their practicality, looks, and also for standing for longer periods in her kitchen.... These were part of her Christmas present.
She loved the look of them, but when she opened them, the smell was so strong of rubber, that it made her sick. She thought they would "off-gas" & she would be able to use them, but after trying to air them out, they continue to make her very sick. Maybe they wouldn't do the same thing to other people who have no problems with allergies. I thought they smelled horrible even before she opened the box, (I could smell them right through the box!) but waited to see what she thought, since she wanted them so much.
We are very sorry, but as soon as I can go to her home, I will have to send them back! I told her to put them back in the box & get them out of her house.... This was a big disappointment to her, since she liked them so much.
Not as pictured
Comments about Product: Product color did not match catalog color--making rhe mat un usable in my home. The catalog presents it is as "red" when it is much more BROWN with a hint of red
By Retail worker
Just what I expected.
Comments about Product: I use this in front of my kitchen sink. It was so much softer than I expected. Very easy to clean and does not move. The colors were just as shown and it is perfect for my room.
folk art mat
Comments about Product: used at doors on a porch
Great for an apartment entryway!
Comments about Product: Two by three used at front door to an interior apartment. Great, cheerful colors which absorb mud from outside.
My lack of reading the fine print, but I didn't realize that the surface is smooth rather than carpet like. It was just as well, because the open door wouldn't have tolerated a raised carpet mat.
Live and learn! It works.
By Miss Mary
Folk Art Mat
Comments about Product: I use this rug between our dining room and the outside garden/patio. It does a great job protecting the hardwood floor from a lot of traffic, mud, water, etc. I am thrilled with the rug's performance, toughness and and easy cleaning as well as the design. Would like to have another rug for the front hall entrance but haven't seen a pattern
that I like as well.
Comments about Product: I PURCHASED THIS RUG SEVERAL YEARS AGO TO PLACE IN FRONT OF THE KITCHEN SINK. WE LIVE ON THE WATER AND I NEEDED SOMETHING PRACTICAL AND "SAND PROOF". AFTER ALL THE WEAR AND TEAR OF CONSTANT USE, THE ENDS HAVE STARTED TO PEEL BACK AND THE COLOR HAS STARTED TO FADE. I NEVER REAKIZED HOW BAD IT LOOKED UNTIL I JUST BOUGHT A NEW ONE. WOW!
THE COLOR IS BRIGHT AND ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS. I JUST ORDERED ANOTHER ONE TO KEEP ON HAND IN CASE THEY DISCONTINUE THIS AWESOME RUB. LOVE IT!!!
Okay, but not great
Comments about Product: I use these rugs in my kitchen. They are good in that they do not slip, but hard to vacuum as they are thin and get sucked into the vacuum nozzle. I was not happy with the dull color but not dissatisfied enough to return.
Comments about Product: We bought 2 runners - one for in front of the patio doors, one for in front of the sink. They look great, are waterproof and CUSHY! They match our red stove and even my Swedish and Polish folk art! I'm considering getting the 36" mat for in front of the stove as well. Too bad you don't have a really long runner - I'd use a 12 ft. one from the door all the way to the next room to protect the wood floor!
Could not be happier with this mat
Comments about Product: I needed a mat that was both pretty and durable to use inside our front door and this mat did not let me down. I love its color and folk art design as it fits right in with our pretty, but hardworking farm house.
By Ana Banana
Love it! it cheered up my Kitchen
Comments about Product: It' has brighten my kitchen with a beautiful design and it has giving confort to my tired feet while cooking. Lovely print and very durable.
By dog lover
Just what I wanted.
Comments about Product: No complaints. This was the perfect size and color for my kitchen, and it is SO easy to clean. My previous kichen mat collected dog hair and had to be cleaned every other day. If you spill something on this, you throw it in the washer and dryer and it comes out perfect. Dog hair doesn't stick to it either. And the cushioning makes standing on the tile floor more comfortable.
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The Olla: A Brief History
Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.
When used to irrigate plants, an olla is buried neck-deep in the ground near a plant’s roots, with the opening of the olla extended above the soil so that it can be filled with water periodically. The porous walls of the unglazed pottery allow the water to seep through gradually, constantly and consistently hydrating the plants without overwatering them – and without wasting precious water to evaporation or runoff.
The use of ollas for irrigation was introduced to the American Southwest by Spanish conquistadors during Colonial times, becoming very common among Native American tribes and Hispanic settlers. Though the technique gave way to more modern methods of irrigation some time ago, its superior efficiency, coupled with its simplicity, has caused it to make a comeback. Though the technique has changed little since its introduction, today’s ollas are usually capped off, making them even more water-efficient.
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