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My Magic Carpet Machine Washable Accent Rug Ochre Ikat Grey/Gold

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My Magic Carpet Machine Washable Accent Rug Ochre Ikat Grey/Gold

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Our Ochre Ikat rug in gold features symmetrical ikat patterns that instantly catch your eye and demand your attention. Pair this rug with cool Nordic decor in your bedroom, living room, dining room, or RV for the ultimate in contemporary room design.

Sometimes, keeping your area rug clean and tidy can feel challenging. From kids getting goo into the fibers, adults spilling wine and coffee, and pets having accidents, it can be daunting to keep your rugs clean! 

You can accent your space, protect your floors from spills and scratches, and wash away germs and bacteria with our full line of no-fuss rugs. 

My Magic Carpet is an eco-friendly, sustainably sourced alternative to traditional rugs. Our rugs are so easy to clean, it's like magic! 

Each rug is made of non-allergenic, stain-resistant 100% microfiber polyester, including a waterproof inner liner and a non-slip, patent-pending, webbed back. Our revolutionary pet and family-friendly design make them easy to care for.  Simply throw them in any standard sized washer and dryer.

Not only do our rugs come in a variety of patterns and styles to suit all your home decor needs, their practical and easy to care for design is perfect for all rooms in your home including covered patios.  They are a great addition to RV’s with their easy care. 

CARE INSTRUCTIONS:Machine wash separately in any conventional washer in cold water on a delicate cycle using mild detergent. Do not use bleach.

Machine dry separately on low heat or air-dry. Avoid high heat settings and remove promptly to avoid creases (do not use an iron). Simply wash and dry your rug and lay it out as soon as possible.

All rug sizes are approximate. Due to the difference of monitor colors, some rug colors may vary slightly. We try to represent all rug colors accurately. Please refer to the text above for a description of the colors shown in the photo.

My Magic Carpet Machine Washable Accent Rug Ochre Ikat Grey/Gold

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