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8' Round Honey Bees Wool Hook Rug
$449.95
$49.95 - $479.95
Description
Our fabulous Honey Bee Rug has a classic lattice leaf pattern and is trimmed with a checker boarder. This timeless design will add warmth and color to any room in your home. Beautifully crafted from 100% pure virgin wool pile and hand-hooked to a durable cotton backing.

Vacuum or professionally clean for stains.

Available Colors
Beige/Sage
Black/Sage
Ivory/Blue
Ivory/Rose
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6' x 9' Honey Bees Wool Hook Rug
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8' Round Honey Bees Wool Hook Rug
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2'6" x 8' Honey Bees Wool Hook Rug
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2' x 3' Honey Bees Wool Hook Rug
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By BeansMom
5
So cute, very durable
Comments about Product:
We've had this rug (the runner) for a couple of years in the hallway to our kids' rooms. It's very pretty (we have the ivory one with green) and has held up beautifully.
By Lil
2
smaller design
Comments about Product:
The smallest version of this does not have the same design as the website shows. There is only 1 bee in the center of the rug..also ships seperately in plastic so it is hard to return
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