Resembling a stained glass window, the Mission Revival Rugs have a classic mission design. Polypropylene floor accents, 3/8" thick, are from the Timber Creek Collection by Phillip Crowe(R). Mission area rugs are machine-made in the USA. We recommend professional cleaning by a rug cleaner.
• Specify Scarlet or Beige
• Rectangle & runner sizes
• Great for mission & Southwest decor
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Accent colors include brick, russet, gold, and blue/gray. Design may vary by size.
Mission Revival Area Rugs are made in the USA from polypropylene.
Vacuum regularly. Rotate rug annually. For minor spills, clean immediately by blotting with a cloth or sponge. We recommend professional cleaning by a rug cleaner. We also recommend the use of a rug pad to protect the rug and the underlying surface and to prevent color transfer.
Do not place the rug in damp areas or moisten the rug with liquids, as dampness may cause deterioration. To help protect the backing, roll the rug when storing; do not fold. To help prevent fading, do not place the rug in areas of direct sunlight. For rugs used over carpeting, do not conduct any cleaning prior to removing the rug, and do not return the rug until completely dry.
Rectangle: 2'2"x3'3"; 3'10"x5'6"; 5'5"x7'8"; 7'8"x10'10".
This item is shipped to you directly from our manufacturer. The Available date shown is the expected ship date for orders placed today. Items shipped from the manufacturer are sent via ground delivery only. We apologize this item cannot be gift wrapped or express shipped.
Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)
This rug is more of an olive green than beige. Also, the pattern on the rug is different. I have been trying to contact Touch of Class customer service, but they have not been in the office for the past two days. Also a major disappointment. Oddly enough, the sales people are there ready to take orders. No one is there to help with a problematic order though. Not a Touch of Class, rather the opposite.