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7%278%26quot; x 10%2710%26quot;  Stella Floral Mist Polypropylene Area Rug
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USA-Made Stella Floral Mist Polypropylene Area Rug

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7'8" x 10'10" Stella Floral Mist Polypropylene Area Rug
$129.95 - $599.95
Golden citrus leaves and buds brighten a background of fresh, tonal shades of gray like sunlight brightens a misty morning on our Floral Mist Area Rug. No matter what room you use it in, you'll love its quality, design and price. Woven from super–strong, high–performing polypropylene yarn that will stand up to your high–traffic areas. Made in USA.

• Stella Floral Mist Area Rug
• Machine woven of 100% polypropylene
• Various yarn textures add visual interest
• Fresh gray background with gold and black floral accents
• Made in USA

3'10" x 5'5"
5'3" x 7'6"
6'7" x 9'6"
7'8" x 10'10"
9'10" x 12'10"

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By Deni
Comments about Product:
I ordered two of the largest rugs as area rugs in my house. They are new and I have not used them to see how they last, but they look exactly as pictured. I love them!
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