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Safavieh Handmade Children's Patches Beige New Zealand Wool Rug (6' x 6' Round - Beige/Multi)

Safavieh Handmade Children's Patches Beige New Zealand Wool Rug (6' x 6' Round - Beige/Multi). A whimsical children's design and dense, thick pile highlight this ultra soft and plush New Zealand wool pile handmade rug. This floor rug has a beige background and displays stunning panel colors of blue, green and violet. Features: Durable cotton canvas backing 2' x 3', 3' x 5', 2' 3 x 7', 6' x 6' Round, 8' x 10' Primarily crafted of Wool Latex backing Pile height is 0.3' x 3', 3' x 5', 2' 3 x 7', 6' x 6' Round, 8' x 10' Primarily crafted of Wool Latex backing Pile height is 0.35 inches Style is Novelty Primary color is Beige Pattern is Kids For over 100 years, Safavieh has been crafting rugs of the highest quality and unmatched style. Click here to learn more. Tip: We recommend the use of a non-skid pad to keep the rug in place on smooth surfaces. All rug sizes are approximate. Due to the differences between monitors, some rug colors may vary slightly. We always try to represent all rug colors accurately. Please refer to the text above for a description of the colors shown in the photo. Please keep in mind that new wool rugs may initially shed and have a natural capacity to shed for several months after purchase. This is normal due to the nature of construction of most wool rugs and not a defect. Click here to view our Wool Rug Care Guide. Tip: We recommend the use of a non-skid pad to keep the rug in place on smooth surfaces. All rug sizes are approximate. Due to the difference of monitor colors, some rug colors may vary slightly. We try to represent all rug colors accurately. Please refer to the text above for a description of the colors shown in the photo. Please keep in mind that new wool rugs may initially shed and have a natural capacity to shed for several months after purchase. This is normal due to the nature of construction of most wool rugs and not a defect. Click here to view our Wool Rug Care Guide . read more