What to look for in nuLOOM Ashley Striped Area Rug?
100 Cotton Style: Casuals, Coastal, Solid Striped Material: 100 Cotton Weave: Machine Made Bangladesh Grey
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The perfect combination of style and durability, our jute, sisal, and seagrass rugs bring home effortless sophistication.
Crafted with love and care, hand made rugs carry the spirit of the artisans that made them. Each piece is marked by subtle but individual differences that make your rug unique.
Jute, sisal, and seagrass rugs work best in lower-traffic areas of your home such as bedrooms, living rooms, dens, and dining rooms.
Handmade rugs should be treated more carefully than machine-made rugs. We recommend shaking off any dirt or debris rather than vacuuming.
For smaller areas we recommend a 5 x 8 or 6 x 9 rug. If you are placing the rug under a coffee table, make sure that it can accommodate all four legs of the table
Larger rooms typically require a rug that is between 6 x 9 and 8 x 10 . Place the front legs of your sofa on top of the rug or have all four legs rest on the rug
To have furniture framed in the center of a large room, we recommend a 9 x 12 or larger rug. An equal amount of floor space between 12 – 18 should be left on all sides if possible
At nuLOOM we believe home decor is a form of self expression. Over the past 20 years we have built our company by filling the void between brilliant design and affordability. We create unique designs and source our items from artisan manufacturers all of the world.
At nuLOOM, we believe that floor coverings and art should not be mutually exclusive. Founded with a desire to break the rules of what is expected from an area rug, nuLOOM was created to fill the void between brilliant design and affordability.
Customer reviewsUPDATED: REVIEW w/PICS- 5/15/2020- Please see below- FADED, NOT STAIN RESISTANT AT ALL
UPDATE: I loved the colors of this rug when it first came, however, after 2-3 mos it has started to fade terribly. The gray is actually starting to turn pink. The pictures look like we sprayed bleach onto the carpet, but we have not sprayed anything on it. It is being bleached by the sun coming in through the window. In fact, this is as a result from very little sun hitting the rug as we had them closed for about 50 of the time. It's not reversible since the tag is sturdily sewn into the product and it several inches large. As previously noted, this is not for a high traffic area, it's very difficult to keep clean and seems to really absorbs any tiny spot.