This gorgeous rug will surely enhance any space.
Features: Origin: China. Distressed: No. Collection: Resort. Construction: Handmade. Technique: Hooked. Primary Color: Green and white. Border Color: . Type of Backing: Synthetic. Material: Acrylic; Synthetic Material Details: Polypropylene and acrylic.. Number ...
Bring whimsical trendy and style to your outdoor
space with this colorful zig zag stripe. Our outdoor rugs are made from polypropylene that resists staining, fading, and mold/mildew. The treatment of the rugs allows the rugs to withstand the outdoor ...
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An outdoor rug can give your deck or porch a brand new look and add great patterns to your outdoor space. Outdoor rugs are generally made of great, durable materials so they last for a long time.
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