Overall: 4.2 / 5 based on 4 reviews
4 of 4 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Great American Made Product -
By: ChrissyB from B'ham, MI
Top 250 Contributor
Okay, I have several of the ovals and thought I'd try the rectangular one for a change. It's still a great rug but I prefer the oval. Not because it's a defect but, just because of the way they have to braid, it doesn't look as nice on both sides as the oval. On one of the sides on the rectangle, the braids seem to be more pronouced than on the oval one. Still a great rug.
Good quality rug. -
By: HiHoSteveO from St Louis MO
I have several Orvis braided rugs, all others are oval shape and enjoy all of them. Colors are very vibrant and pretty, construction and materials are excellent! This rectangle one though has a tendency to curl up on the edges more and slips around.. Still like it though.
Very nice rug -
By: from Dedham, MA
This rug is very nice. It seems like it is really good quality. My only complaint is the color. I could not tell there was so much green in it online. And none of the Orvis stores near me carry the rugs in person. I needed it right away, or I would have possibly exchanged it. That said, I think it is very attractive and I am happy with the purchase. It is a little slippery though despite our rug pad. But good rug for the price.
Excellent Quality & Appearance -
By: SuzyQue from Yorktown, VA
I bought the runner to use at my kitchen sink/prep area and am thrilled with its apparent quality and look. The mixed colors are beautiful together, and I was happy to see that it's made in North Carolina instead of overseas. With a good pad, it feels great underfoot. This replaces a cheap, thin braided rug and is well worth the price.
|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.
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.
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...
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
Cleaning Table for Methods/Types of Treatment
Spot Removal Cleaning Solutions
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.
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:
A few tips to make your indoor/outdoor rug last even longer.
|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.
The earliest Braided rugs of colonial America were first made out of necessity, since carpets from Europe and Asia were unaffordable to the colonialists. Braided rugs were not just a practical floor covering, but often made of colorful scraps of cloth from old clothes and blankets in unique, artful designs. Braided rugs proved highly durable and resistant to foot traffic.