Home Decorating Rug Ed: Polypropylene Rugs

Rug Ed: Polypropylene Rugs

It’s finally time to start sprucing up those warm weather spaces – porches, patios, sunrooms and decks. Even though these areas are subject to harsher elements and heavier foot (and paw) traffic, they can still be as stylish and pulled together as their indoor counterparts.

Rug Ed: Polypropylene Rugs | Annie Selke’s Fresh American Style

Featuring our Diamond Platinum/White Rug.

Polypropylene rugs make a great choice for both outdoor and indoor spaces. Made from soft but strong synthetic fibers, these rugs are ultra-durable and UV-treated for fade resistance. They’re also moisture and mold resistant, making them ideal for areas that get wet and have a lot of people walking in and out (hello, patio).

Rug Ed: Polypropylene Rugs | Annie Selke’s Fresh American Style

Featuring our Herringbone Indigo/White Indoor/Outdoor Rug.

Polypropylene rugs are also gloriously low-maintenance and super easy to clean. A quick shake or vacuum takes care of the day-to-day cleaning. For anything more serious just scrub and rinse – that’s it. Done.

Rug Ed: Polypropylene Rugs | Annie Selke’s Fresh American Style

Featuring our Veranda Natural Rug.

Rug Ed: Polypropylene Rugs | Annie Selke’s Fresh American Style

Featuring our Samson Navy Rug.

Polypropylene is perfect if you’re looking for a rug that can stand up to every element. Even in high traffic areas like kids’ rooms and porches, these rugs surpass every expectation! Feel free to use them on any floor that gets wet such as the bathroom, the kitchen, or the basement.

Rug Ed: Polypropylene Rugs | Annie Selke’s Fresh American Style

Featuring our Coco Blue Rug.

Where do you use polypropylene rugs? Sound off in the comments below!

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