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8%27 x 10%27 Summit Poppies Floral Area Rug
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Summit Poppies Floral Hand-Hooked Polyester Area Rug

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8' x 10' Summit Poppies Floral Area Rug
$49.95 - $699.95
Inspired by a bright summer's day, our Summit Poppies Rug adds instant color to any room with bold orange and pale gold blossoms against a creamy background. With all the beauty and softness of a traditional hooked rug, its rugged, 100% polyester fibers stand up to high traffic areas in any room.

• Summit Poppies Rug
• Made of 100% hand–hooked polyester
• Thick and plush, wonderful underfoot
• Bold, distinctive pattern
• Imported

2' x 3'
3'6" x 5'6"
5' x 7'6"
8' x 10'

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By barleycorn
I love this rug, but...
Comments about Product:
I absolutely love this rugs colors. However, I've had it for 9 mo now in my living room, and my cats' claws have snagged it terribly. In addition, I have a Kirby vacuum that has very high vacuum, and it has caused long (~8"), fine yarn hairs to appear, giving the appearance of a sea grass!! Had to take scissors and trim. After 9 months, it looks like a well loved teddy bear's fur. I will say stains clean up easily. I had someone spill RED wine on it, and club soda cleaned it well! Still love the colors, but I would NOT buy this again for the area. Perhaps a bedroom, or low traffic area would have worked better.
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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.

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