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MacKenzie-Childs Lucky Clover Entrance Mat

MacKenzie-ChildsLucky Clover Entrance Mat

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Extend top-of-the-morning greetings before you even open the front door with this coir entrance mat, featuring a trio of green clovers on a background of checks, trimmed with a green border. This biodegradable mat is made of coconut husks and printed with water-based inks.
  • Entrance mat handcrafted of coir
  • Pieces may vary due to the handmade nature of each product
  • Approx. 36"L x 24"W x 0.75"H
  • Item Weight (Lbs.): 3.3
  • Size is approximate; we recommend use of a rug pad (not included)
  • Imported
Please note: Rugs (especially wool rugs) are prone to a natural shedding process. With regular vacuuming, the shedding will decrease over time. Hand-knotted rugs tend to shed less than hand-tufted rugs, and flatweave rugs will shed less than those with a deeper pile, but all rugs will shed more in high-traffic areas than they do in lower-traffic spaces.Unfortunately, we cannot provide rug swatches at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience.

We recommend using a rug pad with every indoor rug to prolong its beauty by minimizing everyday wear and tear and providing a little breathing space to help prevent fiber damage. A pad also helps stabilize the rug, reducing slippage on hard floors.
About MacKenzie-Childs:
Since 1983, MacKenzie-Childs has created distinct items from an imaginative perspective, fusing traditional, modern, and playful elements into pieces that shout joy. Drawing from its rich handmade heritage, MacKenzie-Childs’ goal is transforming your home into your happy place and making every corner feel fresh and original. Inspiration comes from worldwide travels, the beauty of its unique headquarters on a 65-acre former dairy farm in Upstate New York, and a firm belief in living life to its fullest.