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HAMPEN Rug, high pile, beige,

Price £ 40
HAMPEN Rug, high pile, beige, 133x195 cm
HAMPEN Rug, high pile, grey, 133x195 cm

How to get it

HAMPEN

Durable, stain resistant and easy to care for since the rug is made of synthetic fibres.

Article Number202.593.00

Product details

The high pile makes it easy to join several rugs, without a visible seam.

Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Weight & measurements

Length: 195 cm

Width: 133 cm

Area: 2.59 m²

Surface density: 2050 g/m²

Pile coverage: 750 g/m²

Pile thickness: 8 mm

Pile length: 30 mm

Reviews

Love the look love theVerified ReviewerLove the look love the size love the colour! Perfect for any setting!5
Great rugVerified ReviewerGreat value for money lovely and soft great colour.5
Great rugVerified ReviewerGreat rug5
Happen rugVerified ReviewerLovely rug - gives our lounge a very cosy look5
RugVerified ReviewerGood5
GreatVerified ReviewerExactly what I was looking for5
RugVerified ReviewerColour fits5
corners always turn upVerified Reviewercorners always turn up4
Hamper RugVerified ReviewerGreat value - good quality5
LovelyVerified ReviewerLovely5
A1Verified ReviewerA15
Perfect for our needsVerified ReviewerPerfect for our needs5
I bought the Hampen rugVerified ReviewerI bought the Hampen rug to replace a previous Hampen rug I’d had for a couple of year…. But the new one has much more nylon content and just looks cheaper.3
Lovely rub hoover’s fabVerified ReviewerLovely rub hoover’s fab5
LovelyVerified ReviewerExcellent value for money. Perfect for under our desk5
Lovely rug great priceVerified ReviewerLovely rug great price5
HAMPEN RUGVerified ReviewerNice fluffy rug good price good quality5
Decent rug for the priceVerified ReviewerNice rug for the price, it definitely gets the dogs seal of approval too.5
Lovely rugVerified ReviewerLovely rug5
Well it might just beVerified ReviewerWell it might just be this product but it's not as good quality as other IKEA products we have bought, hopefully this is not the trend for higher prices and poor quality goods, no longer selling pax black wardrobes now white cheap looking white gear3
HAMPEN Rug, high pile, beige, 133x195 cm

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