Customer Reviews Of:
HRI Tribal Kilim Flat-Weave Area Rug - 5x8’

Closeouts. There's a colorful, tribal-inspired charm to HRI's Tribal Kilim Collection area rug. The simple flat-weave construction features a reversible design for twice the wear.

Average Rating based on 3 reviews 2.666666 0 5
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by chris from mn on Wednesday, March 29, 2017
    it thick and very durable and the colors go with everything. and of course the price was right
  • Reviewed by labtracks from MN on Friday, February 17, 2017
    I bought this in the burgundy color. I really like the look of this rug, but I 100% agree with the other reviewer. This is a rag-rug style weave. Also,this rug was stated to be 100% wool.... but it is 100% cotton. I do see this has now been corrected on this 5 x 8 listing (likely as a result of the other review), but it's still listed as wool in the 8 x 10 and the 4 x 6 listings and that's exactly what it said in this listing as well at the time I ordered. I will be keeping it since it would just not be cost effective to return it, but this is a huge oversight (lie) that really does make a difference. What a dissappointment.
  • Reviewed by Happy on the Ranch from Colorado on Saturday, July 9, 2016
    Toxic Rug

    This HRI Tribal Kilim area rug (ordered in another tribal southwestern pattern) arrived bound in heavy-duty plastic wrap with a slit on the top end exposing the rug. The rug was unrolled onto carpeting for inspection, no damage noted.That room was left, the door closed until a couple days later. On return spent several hours there. I then experienced an onset of symptoms typical of toxin effects, once outside began to recover. Had I not read another STP review, may not have made the association as quickly. Whatever toxic chemical had been sprayed on the rug made me sick within a few hours. Photo, lovely pattern and colors, details of hand weaving, fantastic STP price were all too enticing. Close inspection reveled a shoddy weaving practice, a stiff almost sticky texture, obviously sprayed with chemicals to bind the fibers together. To think that rug could have stayed in my home longer. When the rug was rolled back up, could not believe the amount of fibers that had fallen out without any traffic on it whatsoever. The rug goes back, should end up in a STP dumpster or sent straight back to the India distributor.
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