My husband and I have bought and thrown out a bazillion area rugs. For various reasons. Two main ones, however…kids and animals.
So, for the last couple years, our family room has been without any form of area rug, just a bare, cold, plain, boring wood floor.
Since the kids have gotten older, we started to look at rugs again. Except, we haven’t been able to agree on anything.
Recently, I was approached by a PR company who asked if I’d like an area rug in exchange for a review. Well, you know me, I don’t take many reviews. BUT…I went onto the site and looked at the rugs they offered. And I jumped at the opportunity!
MedallionRug.com has some of the most gorgeous area rugs I have ever seen. Ever. In my entire life.
So, after I found out my price limit, which for full disclosure was $1500, I found one the exact size and colors I needed. AND LOVED.
It’s gorgeous, don’t ya think?
This beautiful Handmade Knotted Rectangular area rug is approximately 8 x 12. It’s HUGE. It’s considered to be a New Contemporary area rug from their large collection of handmade area rugs and is made with wool.
Based on the site, I worried a bit about the quality. Because, Medallion Rugs has some uber expensive rugs, like in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. And, I wondered if a lesser expensive rug would be lesser quality.
It’s soft. It’s exquisite. It’s the most beautiful quality. The details are amazing.
Here, look up close.
I couldn’t be more thrilled with this area rug.
It’s an heirloom piece, for sure. If my dogs, cats and children don’t ruin it first.
So, if you’re in the market for a new area rug, I absolutely, without a doubt, recommend MedallionRugs.com. They are located in Palo Alto, California. You can find them on Facebook and on the web.
Disclosure: I was offered this $1500 exquisite area rug in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I do. I was not offered any money in exchange for this review. Just the rug. And I swear, I love it. Like, love it. With all my heart. It’s the most gorgeous area rug I’ve ever owned. The end of my disclosure.