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Rectangle Pine Cone Rug

Rectangle Pine Cone Rug
$39.95In Stock!
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Tightly woven, smooth polyester fabric with nonslip sponge rubber backing looks neat and stays put. Pretty pine bough motif won't hold dirt or show stains. Meets flame-retardant hearth rug standards. Also comfortable in front of the sink. Made in USA.

36"L x 23"W

Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
2.3 (based on 11 customer reviews)

By Murph
FromWestern NY
NOT A RUG -- this is a MAT not a rug!
Comments about Product:
This is described as a rug but in reality is a rubber mat. It does not lend itself well to placement in front of a fireplace or woodstove. It seems durable and might work well in front of the kitchen sink but I will return it and purchase a hearth RUG elsewhere.

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By Valerie
FromMidland Michigan
Pine Cone Hearth Rug
Comments about Product:
I returned this rug - it is basically a giant rubber mousepad with a design printed on it and it reeked of rubber, there is NO way I could have tolerated it in the house anywhere and it cost too much and looked way too cheap to put it outside anywhere. Very disappointed in the appearance, quality and smell of this item.

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By Deb
Not great for the living room.
Comments about Product:
From the description I expected a woven rug backed with foam, but really it's just screen printed on top of the foam. Seems like it should be a door mat, not a rug for a living room.

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By Katiebug
FromSt. Paul, MN
Cabin look
Comments about Product:
Cute rug; I did think it would have more 'pile'. It is a nice addition for a northwoods theme/cabin.

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By Pine Cone Nut
FromCharlotte, NC
Not fabric
Comments about Product:
Disappointed. This rug is not "tightly woven" or a "fabric". It is a polyester mat. Not at all like the other woven fabric rugs of the same print (which are wonderful). Beware. This is a cheap imitation. Bummer.

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By mountain cabin
FromDowney, CA
Looks good and lays flat
Comments about Product:
Looks good; vivid colors; comfortable to stand on.

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By Linda
FromKelseyville CA
Comments about Product:
Very disappointed in this, didn't like anything about it.

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By Bren
Not so great
Comments about Product:
This is a fire-resistant "rug" for the front of your fireplace. It looked pretty in the catalog but the colors are washed-out looking and the fabric is a spongy mat-type rather than a rug per-se. It may be fire-resistant, which is good, but it does not look very nice in front of a fireplace.

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By Firewood friend
FromFayetteville, AR
Eug not fit for living room
Comments about Product:
We were looking for a flame retardant rug for our living room wood stove and were excited when we found this one. Unfortunately we ended up putting it away. The rug did get stained when ashes fell on it but that wasn't the main problem. The main problem was that it kept smelling of petroleum. In a living room, that's a no-no. We just couldn't stand the smell. It's better to put a metal sheet in front of the stove.

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By Beth
FromPlymouth, MA
Smelled rubbery
Comments about Product:
This rug looked nice but the smell was awful. I tired to air it out to get the smell out but that didn't work so I just ended up returning it.

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By kerbear
Fromchardon ohio
great buy
Comments about Product:
Very durable and well made for the price. Great quality

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