KLEJS Rug, flatwoven, beige/white,


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The soft cotton and durable jute are good materials to combine in order to create a durable rug that warms your feet.

Article Number704.185.80

Product details

The soft cotton and durable jute are good materials to combine in order to create a durable rug that warms your feet.

The jute yarn is a natural fiber that can vary in thickness, which adds life and texture to the product.

Looks the same on both sides, so you can turn it over and it will withstand more wear and last longer.


IKEA of Sweden

Article Number704.185.80
  • You will need 1 STOPP FILT rug underlay with anti-slip (2'2"x4'1") for this rug. Trim if necessary.

    All new materials have their own particular smell, which gradually disappears. Airing and vacuuming the rug will help to eliminate the smell.

  • 69 % jute, 31 % cotton

    Do not wash.

    Do not bleach.

    Do not tumble dry.

    Do not iron.

    Do not dry clean.

  • Use STOPP FILT anti-slip rug underlay under the entire rug for increased safety.
  • Renewable material (jute).

    We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.


Length: 2 ' 7 " (80 cm)

Width: 1 ' 8 " (50 cm)

Thickness: 0 " (3 mm)

Area: 4.31 sq feet (0.40 m²)

Surface density: 2.48 oz/sq ft (756 g/m²)

  • KLEJSArticle Number704.185.80

    Width: 20 " (51 cm)

    Height: 0 " (0 cm)

    Length: 32 ¼ " (82 cm)

    Weight: 12 oz (0.34 kg)

    Package(s): 1

Ratings and reviews

slipsHayatiDon't like the fact that it needs an additional purchase of a nonslip mat.2
Love these itemsMaria M.Love these items5
great valueDebbiegreat value5
Ok but not soft toMayOk but not soft to walk on at all.2
Basic rugKennethThe rug is thin and exactly what I was looking for. Surprisingly, it has been staying in place in a high traffic area without any rubber backing. It is holding up very well.4
Trop mince, les rebords tournent.MARIE-JOSEETrop mince, les rebords tournent.2
kcharCute cheap rug! Love the look5
Great mat for kitchen & door rollMicheal LPurchased two, turned one into a roll with stuffing to block drafts at a door5
Perfect neutral colour.MrsK99Great little bathroom mat!5
Works great!MehloveikeaHave 2 placed j front of my washer a s dryer. It would have gotten 5 stars if it was non slip...otherwise...great deal for the price!4
Poor quality, Chemical smell and cannot wash itDaRuMaCaVery disappointed in this product. In the past I have purchased a wonderful cotton floor mat that cost about $5.00 vs. this sone at $1.99 CAN. It reeked of chemical and the label says it cannot be washed or cleaned. At this price I donated it to The Sally Ann, as returning stuff to Ikea is a painfully long experience with disgruntled employees at the Etobiocke store.1
Pretty and practicalMimiInOttawaThis is a tightly-woven, very good quality small rug. I've put one in the kitchen, and also have one as an inside door mat - my door didn't leave enough space underneath for a really thick mat, but this is serving that purpose nicely. It has a fine pattern woven into it, so it's a good fit for either a modern or rustic style home.4
Wheat colored rugCharlie BI've actually bought these for gifts. One as part of house warming gift and one for a Christmas gift filler. Nice size. Nice color. Even better price. You can't go wrong really. So why are you reading this?? Get to IKEA5
Head64Found the perfect spot for the rug5
Bamboo matsAmelia123Love them, go with any decor5
Great little rugLynnbirdGreat for back door dog entry.5


What is jute?

Jute is a very hardwearing fibre that is found in the stem of the jute plant. It’s an easy-to-grow plant that requires very little fertilizer, pesticides or water and is ready to harvest after only 120 days. The jute fibre is often used for ropes and sacks but is also known for its silky-smooth lustre and can be spun into finer threads which are then woven. In our range we often use woven jute for items like curtains, rugs and furniture.