Plain Tin Oatmeal Micro Hooked Wool Rug

Now 60% Off! Plain Tin Oatmeal Micro Hooked Wool Rug

$15.00 - $566.00

$6.00 - $226.00

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We've taken neutral to the next level with our best-selling, vintage-style wool area rug in an Old World tile-inspired pattern.
  • FEATURES & BENEFITS: Durable construction; low maintenance; soft underfoot; eye-catching designs; stylish and sophisticated; timeless appeal.
  • WHERE TO USE: Perfect for high-traffic areas like the living room, kids' rooms, staircases, and the hallway. Learn more.


Crafted by artisans committed to fair-labor practices.

Additional Details

100% Wool

Professionally clean only

*Due to the handmade quality of our rugs, they may vary slightly in size and/or color.

Made in India.

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