Sedona 6410D 8x11 Indoor Area Rug NEW cheaper prices

Overview

ConditionNew
BrandHome Depot
CategoryHome, Home decor, Area Rugs, Home Depot Area Rugs
Tags#bohemian, #homedecor, #new

Description

Size: 710" x 1010"
Color: Gray Multi
Pile: Low
Style:Traditional
Material: Synthetic, Nylon
Pattern: Bohemian
Weave Type: Power Loomed
Backing: Jute Backing

Retails for $599+

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