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Long Runner Rug - Moroccan Inspired Rug. Brings warmth and breathing room to the space with its simple geometrical shapes. Lends an exotic feel to living areas and bedrooms.Welcome family and friends with a vibrant and inviting area rug that will blend with your home decor or be the centerpiece of any room.
Bottom material: non-slip rubber backing
Recommended Rooms: Living Room, Bedroom, Dining Room, Kitchen, Hallway, Foyer, Playroom, Kids Room
Thickness: About 7 mm,the 7mm thick carpet will not block the opening and closing of the door.
Package Included：1 x Carpet
Offers rugs and runner rugs that are both functional and decorative to contribute a trendy compliment to your space and home decor while preserving your floors from dirt, scratches, wear and tear.
1.There is an error of about 1-2 cm in manual measurement, please understand.
2.Due to the difference between the light and the pixels when shooting, the actual color you see may will be different from the color on the picture. This is a normal phenomenon, please understand.
3.In case of creases: roll the rug in the opposite direction, while applying pressure to the rug,take the edge, flip it where there is a crease, and slowly pull the rug back, while applying a downward pressure on the crease.
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