Lakeville Rug

This charming leaf area rug brings a natural accent to any room.

Details

Golden autumn leaves—set dramatically against a deep blue variegated field—are beautifully set off by a complementary golden frame. A traditional border design, this leaf area rug features variegated yarns aged with a washed effect, which beautifully emulates vintage vegetable dyeing techniques. Inherently stain-resistant polypropylene construction ensures easy care and long life. Leaf area rug in blue/gold. Polypropylene. Professionally clean.

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Reviews

Overall: Show Rating Distribution 5.0 / 5 based on 3 reviews

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3 of 3 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.

  • 5/5

    Second purchase - 1/24/2014
    By: from CT

    I liked the first rug so much that I bought a second one for the back door. The colors and pattern hide anything tracked in, and both seem to be holing up well to snow, salt, and traffic.

  • 5/5

    Perfect - 1/2/2014
    By: from CT

    I wanted a small rug for the front entryway that would stand up to traffic and yet pack a bit of punch. This rug does it all. It's dense and thick but the door clears it. The colors do not put off workmen who happily wipe their feet. No muted Oriental colors here. I'm considering ordering another one for the back door. The price is so reasonable.

  • 5/5

    A Rug That Makes My Heart Sing - 12/4/2013
    By: from Denver, CO

    After looking at hundreds of small rugs on line and in stores, we selected the Lakeville Rug. It is the size we wanted, and the colors are true to the picture on line. It's durable, cozy to walk on, and beautiful. Satisfaction is buying something you like to look at, using it, and realizing it's better than you imagined!

Care

How to Care for Your Orvis Rug

With proper maintenance, your Orvis rug will provide you with years of comfort and beauty. Regular care and cleaning will keep it looking and performing at its best, while protecting your investment. Regular cleaning actually lengthens the life of your carpets, and makes your home environment more enjoyable and healthful.

General Tips Spot Removal Water Trapper Mats Indoor/Outdoor Rugs

General cleaning tips for wool and cotton hooked, braided or woven rugs

The safest, most effective cleaning of any rug should be done by a professional service using a steam extraction method. How often you steam-clean a rug depends on the traffic the rug receives. Vacuum regularly and clean spills immediately by blotting with a clean cloth or sponge.

  • Reversible rugs (especially braided rugs) should be flipped often and cleaned when both sides are dirty.
  • Latex-backed rugs (this includes most hand-hooked rugs) cannot be cleaned with any petroleum-based solvents. These solvents break down the latex backing, causing the pile to become loose and the rug to lose its shape.
  • Smaller cotton rugs can be washed in a commercial-size washing machine (commercial machines offer a bigger tub to agitate and thoroughly rinse, plus are designed to handle the weight of a water-soaked rug during the spin cycle.)
  • Wool area rugs can be sent out to a professional dry cleaner for regular cleaning. It’s a good idea to call your dry cleaner and ask if they are equipped to handle rugs before bringing them in.

Spot removal

Removal of spots and spills is the most important way you can maintain your carpets and rugs. Responding quickly when anything is dropped or spilled can save the day...and your carpet!

Should a spill occur...

  • Immediately blot up liquids (do not rub!) with white towels or absorbent cloths; use the end of a knife or a spoon to scrape up solids.
  • Use the instruction chart below to treat the spot using the most effective treatment.
  • Always apply spot remover to a clean towel or cloth, never directly on the spot. Using small quantities at a time, work inwards from the edge of the spill to prevent it from spreading. Do not rub—this causes the spot to spread and can destroy or distort the pile. Do not soak the carpet with solution.
  • Continue to blot with clean towels until as dry as possible.

Find the source of the spot in the first column and use the corresponding methods for spot removal. If you have doubts about the spot, or how to remove it, contact a professional carpet cleaner.

Method/Type of Treatment

  1. Cold water
  2. Detergent solution or carpet shampoo solution
  3. Ammonia solution
  4. Solvent
  5. Chill with aerosol freezing agent or ice cubes in a plastic bag. Pick or scrape off gum, wax or crayon
  6. Vinegar solution
  7. Warm water
  8. Clear nail polish remover (preferably acetone)
  9. Alcohol or methylated spirits, mineral turpentine
  10. Rust Remover
  11. Absorbent powder (e.g. salt, talc, or proprietary absorbent powders)
  12. Absorbent cleaner (Host®, Capture®, or Dri-Matic®)

Cleaning Table for Methods/Types of Treatment

Spot Method of Treatment
Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
Alcoholic Beverages 1 2 -
Bleach 1 3 -
Blood 1 2 -
Butter 4 2 -
Candle Wax Absorbent paper and a hot iron
Chewing Gum 5 4 -
Chocolate 2 3 6
Coffee 1 2 4
Cola, Soft Drinks 1 2 -
Cosmetic 4 2 -
Crayon 5 4 -
Floor Wax 4 2 -
Fruit Juice 1 2 -
Furniture Polish 4 2 3
Grass 4 2 3
Grease 4 2 7
Ink (Ball Point) 4 9 2
Ink (Felt Tip) 7 2 8
Ketchup 7 2 -
Lipstick 4 2 -
Medicine 4 2 3
Milk 7 4 2
Mustard 2 - -
Nail Polish 8 4 -
Oil 4 2 -
Paint (Latex) 1 2 4
Paint (Oil) 9 4 2
Rust 4 2 10
Shoe Polish 4 2 -
Tar 4 - -
Urine (fresh) 1 2 -
Urine (old) 2 3 6
Vomit 2 - -
Wine 11 1 2
Unknown 4 12 2

Spot Removal Cleaning Solutions

Detergent Solution
Mix 1 teaspoon of clear dish washing liquid or detergent powder (be sure to use on that contains no bleaches or strong alkalies) in 1 cup of hot water. Be sure to follow use of this solution with a thorough clear water rinse.

Ammonia Solution
Mix 1 tablespoon clear 3% solution ammonia in 1/2 cup water. Follow with vinegar solution to neutralize.

Vinegar Solution
Mix 1/3 cup white vinegar with 2/3 cup water.

Solvent
Select a dry-cleaning solvent available from grocery, drug, or hardware store. Brands include Carbona®, Energine®, or K2R®.

Absorbent Cleaners
Host®, Capture®, and Dri-Matic®

Orvis Water Trapper Mats

Our Water Trapper mats work hard to keep your home, car, and garage clean and dry. Whether you use a Water Trapper under your dog's feeding station or outside on the porch, the tough, durable polypropylene fibers protect your floors and carpets by keeping dirt at the door.

To keep your Water Trapper looking fresh, simply hose it off to clean and hang it to dry in a ventilated area. It can be scrubbed with detergent if necessary and rinsed off to remove stuck-on mud, dirt, and pet food. If your Water Trapper is used in an uncovered outdoor area and is subject to heavy rain or morning dew, the mat should be allowed to dry both front and back to avoid any discoloration of the surface below.

Orvis Easy-Care AnySeason™ Indoor/Outdoor Rugs

Our newest collection of easy-care rugs effortlessly take on whatever your household dishes out, staying clean and good-looking in high-traffic areas, during mud season, and throughout a whole summer spent outdoors. Made of sturdy yet soft polypropylene, our high-performance rugs are:

  • Machine washable in smaller sizes
  • Quick drying
  • Mold- and mildew-resistant, they can be scrubbed with detergent and hosed clean
  • Able to be cleaned with bleach for difficult spills and stains

A few tips to make your indoor/outdoor rug last even longer.

  • If your rug is in an uncovered outdoor area and is subject to heavy rain or morning dew, it should be allowed to dry both front and back. Unchecked dampness will eventually cause the fiber to begin breaking down.
  • Surface smudges and grime should be sponged clean regularly using a mild detergent and warm water. Rinse with cold water and allow to dry thoroughly both front and back.
  • While these rugs are UV-treated to resist fading, nothing is completely immune to the sun’s rays. When not is use for extended periods, roll the dry rug and keep in a covered shaded area.

Size Chart

Rug Size Guidelines for Rooms

The right size rug makes all the difference...

If you're unfamiliar with sizing conventions for area rugs, then picking the right size rug for a room in your home can be confusing. The following guidelines will make it easier for you to pick the perfect size rug for your living room, dining room, bathroom, or smaller entry way.

Dining Rooms Living Rooms

An area rug should be 3 to 4 feet larger in length and width to the dining room table to prevent your guest's chairs from falling off the edge of the rug. In most cases, an 8' x 11' is the minimum size required.

Depending on the size of the room and the desired look, a 5' x 8' or 8' x 11' is usually perfect for living rooms.

Room-Size Rugs Entry-ways, Kitchens, & Bathrooms

If you want the rug to be more visible in all parts of the room with a border of hard surface flooring beneath, consider a 10' x 13'.


These usually require scatter-size rugs, 2' x 3' or even up to 4' x 6'. In many cases, these areas are a great place to showcase a special shape, such as a round rug.

If you have questions about our rugs, then contact Orvis Customer Service by live chat, e-mail, or phone.

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  • 2' x 3' $49.00
  • 2'3" x 4'5" (Not Available) $115.00
  • 2'3" x 7'6" (Not Available) $235.00
  • 2'6" x 9'1" $289.00
  • (+$35) 6' round $409.00
  • (+$35) 5'3" x 7'6" $469.00
  • (+$35) 6'7" x 9'1" $645.00
  • (+$35) 8' round (Not Available) $645.00
  • (+$35) 8' square $645.00
  • (+$75) 10' round $1,055.00
  • (+$75) 10' square $1,055.00
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