I absolutely love our new dining room rug. It’s the perfect color, size and it’s all wool. It’s from Loloi Rugs!
I have been looking for a new dining room rug for a while. I had something specific in mind. I wanted wool. I wanted a hooked rug. And I wanted the colors off-white, tan, grey, pink, and brown.
I was approached by Loloi Rugs and I couldn’t believe it when I found this rug. #sponsored.
It’s from their Norabel Collection and it’s in Ivory/Blush.
Here is a close up of our rug. Isn’t it gorgeous?
It looks perfect with our floors. It looks great with our unique painted walls. And it matches all of the decor I have stored in our butler’s pantry. Hah!
I took this photo of our table and the rug underneath. Isn’t it incredible how well it looks?
There are so many colors in this Loloi rug that it would match just about any table setting. I had so much fun setting the table based on the color of the rug!
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I pulled out some of my glassware. The cranberry glass is vintage. But the tall flutes with the etching are from Anthropologie. They were one of my Christmas presents. And I love them!
I sat down on the floor to share with you a really great view of my rug.
I think this rug will look great all year long.
Even during the holidays!
So what do you think?
Frequently Asked Questions
Wool rugs are more natural and last a lot longer than polypropylene carpet. Wool rugs are flame resistant, while the chemicals in synthetic rugs might make them highly flammable. I actually don’t like the smell of synthetic rugs. Polypropylene rugs are cheaper but they are not good for the environment.
Wool is a strong and natural fiber and wool rugs typically are a bit more expensive. Keep in mind that wool rugs last for decades, are highly durable, and keep their color and pattern over time. A rug made of wool will typically be softer and more plush.
Shake out the rug and vacuum it. Make your own cleaning solution with one bucket of cold water and 2 TBL of Woolite. Use a sponge to swab the rug with cleaning solution. Use another sponge with water to rinse the rug. Let dry.
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