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New Living Room Rug

Well Hello there!! Happy Friday to you my friend!! I wanted to share my favorite new rug with you!! 



I searched far and wide for a beautiful (none oriental looking) rug with no tassels.  I am so in love with it and I'm not just saying that because it's new, lol. I've had it for a couple months now. This is actually an indoor/outdoor rug which is genius for high traffic areas.  The cream part so soft. Another thing that I love is if you ever want to clean it you can take it outside and pressure wash it.  It will be a while before I have to clean this rug but I have done this with other rugs in the past.  Just water will get it clean as a whistle.  

When choosing a rug the biggest mistake I see people make is buying a rug too small for their space. If you need help, send me a message below and I would be glad to help you choose the perfect size! 

Here is a picture of it up close so you can get a better look of the pile. If your in the market for a new rug I highly recommend this one! 


I also found matching pillow covers. The texture on them is heavenly. I think they complement the couch and carpet well.


My rug and pillows are 55% off right now, just use "SPRIG55" at check out. 

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