Plow & Hearth Exclusive Crafted in New England, our Country Classic Braided Rug is flat braided using texturized, extruded yarns, which create a wool-like finish and make the rug stronger and more flexible.
Our Country Classic Braided Rug is oval-shaped with an iconic "race track" design that has graced American floors for centuries.
With a core of woven polypropylene, this heavy-weight braided rug won’t retain moisture, but will always retain its shape. Coordinating Stair Treads and Chair Pads in solid colors add a great look. Quick 1 week delivery. Made in USA.
• Country classic braided oval rugs • Durable polypropylene construction is heavy-duty and durable • Classic oval shape and "race track" design • Flat braided using texturized, extruded yarns • Wool-like finish • Strong, flexible, durable - great in any room • Reversible for twice the wear
Colors Black Burgundy Dark Sage Navy Tan
Shipping Quick 1 week delivery Cannot ship to a PO Box. Ships within the 48 contiguous states only.
8' x 11' Country Classic Braided Polypropylene Rug
Extra Shipping Charge $20.00
7' x 9' Country Classic Braided Polypropylene Rug
8' Round Country Classic Braided Polypropylene Rug
Extra Shipping Charge $20.00
5' x 8' Country Classic Braided Polypropylene Rug
2'6" x 8'6" Country Classic Braided Polypropylene Runner
4' x 6' Country Classic Braided Polypropylene Rug
3' x 5' Country Classic Braided Polypropylene Rug
Stair Treads Installation Kit
2' x 3' Country Classic Braided Polypropylene Rug
Solid Color Country Classic Braided Polypropylene Stair Tread
Solid Color Country Classic Braided Polypropylene Chair Pad
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