Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 60
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by scrambles The area rug is pretty and rugged so far.
The rug rolled up a bit when laid on the deck. Had to place heavy objects on the corners for well over a week. Still has a slight tendency to roll up.
The color and quality appear to be good. Don't know if mold and mildew will get up under and destroy the deck yet. It was just cleaned and stained so hopefully not!
The value versus the price can't be beat for a rug this size!
July 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bendigirl Great purchase
Really pleased with my rug.looks great in my living room,really adds warmth!
June 24, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Amy23456 Terrible product
It holds water, sheds, and has faded like crazy in less than 1 month of being on my deck. It's just terrible. It looks like I've had it for years. It holds water so it stays wet and keeps the wood underneath it wet too. The quality is awful.
June 8, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Mamsie Won't lay flat
The rug is attractive enough but because of the material used it pops up at corners and sides.
June 24, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by CelestialMom Pattern Doesn't Match
I ordered two of these rugs, but in different sizes, for our front porch. The border on the smaller rug is not the same as the larger rug or the internet picture. The border on the smaller rug is the Greek Key design whereas the design on the larger rug is the Garden Scroll. However, since the rugs won't be side by side, I have decided to keep them. At least they coordinate, they were a good price and the shipping was free! They seem to meet my purpose, but I was surprised that the rugs had different border designs. One should be aware of this possibility.
July 10, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Willie Rug is nice but need to fasten to keep flat
This is a nice rug at a very good price. The problem is that it will not lie flat on its own. The edges will curl up, probably due to the raised pattern around the edges. This is not a problem if you have it on a wood deck or a porch and you do not mind fastening the edges down with small screws. I suggest buying flat washers (spray painting them brown, if desired) and fastening the rug by using relatively small exterior wood screws through the washers. Do not over-tighten because you may want to remove the rug at the end of the season for storage. This solves the issue and keeps the rug exactly where you want it. Most "outside" rugs have the same problem to some degree, especially in high traffic areas. The rug is good in the rain and dries quickly.
July 15, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by denvershopper Good product. Nice texture to floor. Easy of care.
I bought the 3x5 rug along with the 2x7 ft matching rugs for entry way areas. I really love the texture that sometimes doesn't come through the online pictures. Really easy to care for (vacuum or garden hose). I use a roomba to vacuum the area and it easily jumps over the thickness of the rug and picks up debris that the rug collects. The only thing that I have been struggling with is that the corners do 'flip up' with the traffic. I don't like how it looks and trip up on the edges once in a while. I have tried several remedies to keep the corners flat, but have not succeeded. That is my only negative comment.... I really do love the rugs - how they feel, and how they look.
March 10, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Adrian Good for the price I got in at (roughly $50)
The main issue with this rug is that it seems that the boarder is not the exact size necessary for the "field" (center) of the rug. As a result, its impossible to get the rug to lay completely flat at all times. I've had it for over a month and it still doesn't lay completely flat. Also, the corners never stop curling up unless you use some type of carpet adhesive, which I was able to use for my particular application over basement tile. I got this rug on sale and paid roughly $50. It a good rug for that price.
July 11, 2014