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Surya Bristol BRT-2925 Area Rug
Geometric, abstract design in moss grey colorMade of 100% woolLoomed construction with loop textureMade in IndiaYour choice of rug size. About Surya RugsSince 1976 Surya has established itself as one of India's leading producers of fine hand-knotted hand-tufted and flat-woven rugs. Their products are sold in the U.S.A. at respected department and specialty stores. The company is known for its quality value dedication and innovation. This includes responsibility for the entire process - spinning dyeing weaving and finishing. Surya prides itself on using the best raw material available for the production of their rugs. They are proud members of Wools of New Zealand. From design concept through production a Surya family member is involved making sure that the highest standards are being met at each level. Surya works with top designers and constantly updates their designs and color palettes to match and set the trends in design and fashion for the home. Surya always means a fine choice in rugs. Size: 9 x 12 ft..
Safavieh Organica ORG115A Area Rug
Striped design in blue. Made from biodegradable jute fiber. Special hand-knotted construction with cotton backing. Made in India. Your choice of rug size. Size: 6 ft. Round.
Zions View 3229 Natural Rectangle Area Rug
Made from 80% leather and 20% cotton. Hand-made construction. Made in India. Your choice of rug size. Size: 4 x 6 ft..
Trio Collection Area Rug - Geometric Circles
Protect those floors and add some color! The Trio Collection Rug offers style and colors that anyone is sure to love, with designs ranging from transitional to contemporary and the colors that are the hottest on the market today. These rugs feature a mix of design and color that are sure to breathe life into any room in your home. The Trio Collection Rug comes in a variety of sizes!
Magnetter Key Hanger
In the realm of household organization, there's nothing simpler than a hook. They're good for keys, coats, and pirates. Come-on, who ever saw a pirate without a hook? By the way, if you ever ask a pirate why they always wear an eyepatch, they'll probably tell you - "...yar, first day with the hook..." Modern day pirates wouldn't replace a lopped-off hand with a hook, no sir. They would have gone high-tech. Imagine slapping a ten pound neodymium magnet to the end of their stumps! Well, maybe that's a bad idea. Those suckers would be hard to pull off of a cannonball, and you really want to be able to drop those before you fire them out of a cannon. Still, magnets of a certain size are useful. Tirelessly holding onto your keys, for example, with no visible means of support. It's almost magical! Take this plain sheet of polished wood for instance. Just touch your key ring to this board, and hidden magnets grasp your booty (your keys, sicko) and hold fast! Sleek and modern, they hold onto your keys without the potential for massive eye-trauma.