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Indoor / Outdoor Kitchen Manhattan Braided Rug in Natural

Classic racetrack pattern in natural earth tones combines tradition with the subtle look of tweed. Designed to be used indoors or out, this family-friendly rug is especially suited to high-traffic areas. Constructed of softly textured polypropylene cover yarns that stand up to the demands of sun, rain and dirt, with crush-resistant woven filling that provides cushiony support. Because water drains right through the fibers, the rug dries quickly and is impervious to mold and mildew. To clean, just hose off and allow to dry in the sun
  • This rug has a .5 inch pile height. High pile area rugs like this is great for bedrooms and living rooms. The extra thick fiber length provide great cushion underfoot and comfort for those want to sit on the floor for family games and movie time! Typically, rugs that are this thick are classified as premium quality.
  • A braided rug like this one adds a great sense of warmth to any room. Braided rugs come from a long tradition of weaving techniques used in colonial times and stem from the New England region. Today, local artisans carry these traditions forward, while blending in modern colors pallets to keep up with the changing styles. Braided rugs are primarily places in country-style or farmhouse style decors.
  • Braided rugs have become very popular in the last few years. Traditionally, these rugs were used in cottage and cabin settings. However, with modern patterns and colors braided rugs like this one can be used with casual and transitional decors.
  • Synthetics rugs have become very popular in the last few years due to their unmatched price point and durability. When looking for a rug that doesn’t break the bank, look no further than a synthetic fiber rug. Polypropylene rugs are the most common synthetic rugs and commonly found in high traffic areas. These rugs are natural stain-resistant as their fibers are non-porous. Spills can be easily wiped off and they can be vacuumed with any issues.
  • A rug pad is recommended to prevent the rug from slipping on hardwood floors and tiles. A rug pad is also great to allow circulation of air underneath the rug, this greatly helps reduce moisture and mold from building up when the rug has been down for extended periods of time. This braided rug will work fine with a standard rug pad.