Important considerations when choosing Unique Loom Williamsburg Collection Traditional Border Yellow Area Rug 4' 0 x 6' 0
Polypropylene Imported Pile: Polypropylene - Backing: Cotton - Weave: Machine Made Power-Loomed - Made in: Turkey Size in FT: 4' 0 x 6' 0 - Size in CM: 125x185 - Pile Height Thickness: 1/6" - Colors: Yellow, Beige Easy-to-clean, stain resistant, and does not shed - underlay rug pad recommended to prevent slipping and sliding Easy to clean, just follow these instructions: As long as it's a short-pile, indoor rug, we recommend spot cleaning with resolve, and regular vacuuming is recommended - you can use a carpet cleaner shampooer but it should be dried immediately and evenly In case of creases - roll the rug in the opposite direction, while applying pressure to the rug - take the edge, flip it where there is a crease, and slowly pull the rug back, while applying a downward pressure on the crease
Do you know what is the superiority of this Unique Loom Williamsburg Collection Traditional Border Yellow Area Rug 4' 0 x 6' 0?
Perfect for high traffic areas in your home
Available in round, square, standard, and runner sizes.
Our rugs are made with only the best materials
These designs add traditional elements while fitting almost all budgets.
If you re looking for a vibrant rug to brighten up a room, look no further than the Williamsburg Collection. From solids to graphic designs to intricate patterns, there is a Williamsburg rug for everyone. With runners, rounds, and different size rectangles, this collection will have no problem fitting your room or your needs.
Customer reviewsIt's fine. It looks nice. I won't mind if it has a short life. It is not made to last.
While ideally I would only buy quality goods made of ecologically sustainable goods that could last as close to a lifetime as possible with responsible care, there are also times where I recognize that good rugs are expensive, and that rugs get ruined in my home because we have three house rabbits who will inevitably get bored one day and begin ripping out fibers or destroying the edges. Ironically, our rabbits do not like sliding around on hardwood floors, so my partner and I put large area rugs in every room so that they can count on secure footing. We learned the hard way that it never pays to buy good rugs, because they have about a two year lifespan in our home. This rug seemed a perfect choice for our living room, under a sofa and coffee table. It's the right size, the colors and patterning are aesthetically attractive, and it lives up to the expectations I had when viewing the photos. However, it is a cheap rug. The fibers are neither plush nor dense, it is not soft to walk on or luxurious to feel, and a moderately close inspection shows the synthetic material sparkle you see in acrylic sweaters. The rug was horribly wrinkled, creased, and distorted when I unrolled it, which made arranging furniture on it difficult, since it was far from flat. I left it for a couple weeks to see how much it would relax on its own, and was bemused to see that it barely did. So we moved the furniture off and I spent an hour steaming and ironing it through a towel, which got it to a version of flat that I could live with. This revealed that the edge is cut rather wobbly, and the margin is not consistent the whole way around the rug, but it looks nice until you inspect it closely, and will serve the purpose it is supposed to for some period of time. If it makes it longer than 18 months, I will be happy. If it doesn't, that's going to be because it its quality rather than the rabbits, and I will update this post and rating.