Add bright color and charm to any room in your house with the Orian Nik Nak Woven Area Rug. This lovely piece features a bold pattern of lines and polka dots in a variety of colors that create a unique, modern look. The various colors of this vibrant rug are muted in their intensity, increasing their ability to blend with one another. Machine woven and crafted from olefin yarn, this contemporary area rug was crafted with durability and easy care in mind. The piece is stain-resistant and requires minor care to retain its lively appearance. Featuring an ivory backdrop, this woven olefin rug is as lovely as it is practical and easily adds character to most rooms.
Orian Nik Nak Woven Olefin Area Rug, Ivory:
- Contemporary style
- Bold, vibrant colors
- Machine-woven olefin rug
- Colorfast and durable
- Care: vacuum regularly and spot clean with mild detergent and water
I bought these rugs for my kitchen area because I love all of that color! While perfect for my needs, the colors are really more on the warm side than some online pictures can make them seem. The cream color also seems to really pop more than I expected on my medium brown wood laminate but it really make a nice statement. It is a soft fiber to walk on but I would not use them in my family room where my kids like to roll around on something soft. Really, you just can’t beat the price and quality here. It’s not a thick wool designer rug but it is a nice rug that will look great in your home. So here are the bummers: 1. It is a jute-backed rug so no-slip pads ARE mandatory. 2. In spite of what you may read, you really can’t machine wash them. Having read on different sites that you could throw them in the machine, I decided to roll the dice because I really liked them a lot and was sick of rug shopping. Then the rugs arrived and I flipped them over to read the care instructions attached to the back: 1. Vacuum regularly 2. Do not machine wash 3. Spot clean soiled areas with a mild detergent. Hose off and lay flat to dry 4. Occasional professional cleaning recommended. Ugh. With this being said, they vacuum up well and in the few weeks I have had them they seem to be resistant to the traffic in my house (3 kids, 2 cats & a big dog). I did a bit of research and found there are still reasonable and effective ways to clean up the minor and major disasters that are going to happen right on top of them in my world. They just aren’t as easy as throwing them in the washer. They are keepers!
- Great colors good quality bought the paisley rug with same colors and just had to get this one for my dining and entry
- Love this rug even more in person! I bought it for under my kids crafts/dining table that is in our kitchen area! It is perfect and I love the colors! Great quality for the price!!!
- I would buy another one if I needed it in a bigger size. Quality is good. Just wish you could throw it in the washing machine but we will deal with it when it gets dirty with shampooing.
- I bought this rug for my bedroom to put at the foot of the bed. The 5×8 is the perfect size. I like all the different colors. I thought I saw a purple stripe on the internet , but it was brown. I like it anyway. Its heavy enough to keep the floor warm and if I want to change colors in my room, any color will go. I did buy a rug pad but haven’t used it yet, it seems to lay down nicely on its own.
- I really like these rugs. I bought the large one and two small for each side of our bed and at the end. It is hard to find rugs with coral and tourquise but these had them both. The colors are a little more muted than I hoped but I think they work better in the long run. They came within a few days and I am very pleased.
- If you look really closely at this rug, it does not look like a super high-end (think 10xs the price) rug, however, that is the only thing that could be said is wrong with it. It looks awesome, rolled out flat, is soft, and the kids and pets love it too. So glad I found this!
- The colors in person were not at all the same as the internet photo. The quality of rug seemed nice though. The red is actually a rusty brown.