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6'x9' Purple and Red Ventana Rio Floor Mat

SKU#  466742
$19.98
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Why We Love It

Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, our exclusive 6'x9' Purple and Red Ventana Rio Floor Mat is crafted in India to be highly durable and fully reversible. Its intricate design and bold splash of colors will update your home decor anywhere you place it. Lightweight for toting to the beach or a picnic in the park, this incredible value is available only at World Market.

Details & Dimensions

  • Crafted of 100% polypropylene
  • Reversible
  • Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight
  • Rinse with garden hose and air dry
  • World Market exclusive
  • Made in India
6' x 9'; 5 lbs.

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REVIEWS
6'x9' Purple and Red Ventana Rio Floor Mat 2.5 5 4 4
Excellent and stylish outdoor rug I travel full-time in my RV. I've been using this rug since April, and it's been deployed coast to coast, from Miami to eastern Oregon. So far it has held up flawlessly through torrential rains, high temperatures and sun, extreme humidity, pine needles, and use over gravel, grass, and dirt. July 26, 2013
Loses it's color in less than a month. Don't bother buying this if you want to use it for more than a month. It loses all the color! The size is great, the material seems durable, it looks beautiful when it's new, but after less than a month it loses all its color and look terrible, old and dirty. July 21, 2013
did not hold up utdoors The mat was pretty but, like the other reviewer, I left mine outdoors and it did not hold up at all. I too had it on my patio and I live in So Cal (coastal) so our weather is not too extreme. I may consider buying one for indoors as it would clean up easily but I will not buy another for outdoors unless it is in an enclosed area. April 14, 2013
doesn't hold up I love the look of this mat and bought a similar one last year. Mine was falling apart soon after I bought it. It was on my deck and did not withstand the weather...don't know if it was the sun or the occasional rain shower. It may not fall apart if it is in a very well- protected area...is it worth taking the chance? I don't think so. April 9, 2013
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