|Primary Color: Rust and Cream||Primary Pattern: Floral|
|Material: 100% Polyester||Type of Backing: Jute Backing|
|Construction: Machine Made||Technique: Printed|
|Rug Pad Needed: Yes||Water Repellent: Yes|
|Outdoor Use: Yes||Product Care: Rinse with a Hose|
Nourison Home & Garden Floral Red Multi Rug
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Sandi from Rochester, NY– Verified Buyer
This rug in person doesn't even compare to the beauty of this carpet. I was soooo happy with the rugs colors and texture and price. It matches all of my outdoor furniture and I love it
Barbara Paepke from Crossville, TN– Verified Buyer
The rug arrived quickly, having been sent from a location only about 4 hours away. We wanted something with some color as it's going on a screened porch that has two walls of vinyl siding, thus nothing we could paint. My only complaint is that while most of the coloring is accurate from the picture, the one color that appeared as a beige/light taupe is actually a very pale seafoam green. Would have preferred the beige tone but this is doable as the porch is very neutral. The price was excellent compared to what else I saw available for the same size. Too early to see how well it will hold up on the porch but it's supposed to be weather resistant.
Together, in 1980, the Peykars took these insights and began to turn them into an outstanding success in a wholesale operation with a new and highly focused business philosophy. Initially, the company was called Noury & Sons, in honor of the family patriarch, Noury Peykar. At that time, the Peykars saw a promising future in wholesale because they were able to bring in large assortments of rugs that had not been readily available before. They sought to create new merchandising possibilities with truly programmed handmade collections. Their strategy was to address the retailer's most vital concern – always having the right rug, in the right color and design, when they needed it. The new company worked on the assumption that delivery was going to be the foundation of long term success.
Known today as Nourison, the company that the Peykars founded in 1980 is now the world's leading and most diversified producer and importer of handmade area rugs. Recognized throughout the home fashion community for the range and exemplary quality of its assortments, the company has achieved a conspicuous leadership position in the market through an aggressively innovative approach to product development. "Our strategy is simple and consistent," observes Alex Peykar. "We look at the market to see what other companies are doing, and then we do something different – we focus on creating new opportunities."
From classic Tibetan weaves to hand-knotted wool and silk Chinese carpets, from museum quality flatweaves to sumptuously hand-finished power loom designs, Nourison rugs offer a unique combination of beauty, craftsmanship, and value in virtually every price and construction category. Most recently, the company has introduced several collections of luxury broadloom, which have been enthusiastically received by retailers and consumers throughout the United States.