Rectangular Braided Rugs

From Massachusetts

Rectangular Braided Rugs

These rugs are crafted using durable materials in a variety of rich color combinations.

When you think of braided rugs, the classic oval shape is usually what comes to mind. But did you know we offer beautiful, tough-as-nails, braided rugs in a variety of shapes – round, octagon, elongated octagon, and now in rectangular and square designs.

Family-owned since its founding in 1925, the mill we work with recently introduced these new shapes, and the rectangulars are proving to be quite popular. People really like the traditional look and texture of braided fibers in a subtly striped pattern. It’s an eye-catching variation on the familiar concentric oval design.

These new rectangular rugs are available in several dimensions, from 2-ft. x 3-ft. (perfect at the kitchen sink) up to an impressive room-size 9-ft. x 12-ft.  Once you select the size and color combination, we’ll have the mill make the rug(s) to order for you. They’re generally delivered direct from the factory to our store in less than 10 business days.

Whichever braided rug styles you choose, rest assured you will have superior quality floor companions that will wear well for decades to come!


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