De Beque Jute-Blend Rug, Gray/Blue
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De Beque Jute-Blend Rug, Gray/Blue

$135.00 - $215.00
Est. Arrival: Jun 22 - Jul 01
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COLOR gray/blue
CONSTRUCTION power-loomed
MADE IN Turkey
MADE OF 59% cotton/32% jute/9% polypropylene
PILE HEIGHT 1/10"
PLEASE NOTE Rug pad recommended.
SKU 45978357
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jun 22 - Jul 01
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RETURNS This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Why we love this

Crafted using a durable blend of cotton, jute, and polypropylene, this rug makes a sophisticated addition to any interior. Jute rugs are softer underfoot than other natural-fiber options like sisal and sea grass, though just as strong and durable. You should expect some shedding with all jute rugs.

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