Recent Customer Reviews
Just what I expected, very happy.Read MoreTheresa M.
I bought two of these beautiful area rugs for a new large entertainment room, and they are exactly as pictured. Colors are vibrant and sizes are exact.Read MorePatricia S.
The colors were perfect for my room. Very attractive, everyone notices it and comments on it.Read Moreshirley a.
Great color combination. Looks nice, would recommend it. Just wish they had it in a bigger size!!Read MoreSharon F.
This rug has beautiful colors, rich pile, seems well made and is a good bargain. It looks like a much more expensive rug and looks great in my entry way.Read MoreJoyce C M.
A beautiful rug at an excellent price. The pattern is pretty and the colors are vibrant.Read MoreLinda A J.
This is an awesome area rug. It looks great in my new office, and I will definitely be buying a few more for the rest of my office. Great quality, thick and lush, and beautiful.Read MoreElizabeth G.
Very nice rug for the money, looks better than the photo - rug was back ordered but arrived on time & in perfect shape when available.Read MoreERIC S.
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The Radici Group is a 50 year old textile conglomerate headquartered near Bergamo, Italy with annual sales in excess of 2 billion dollars. They are a worldwide leader in the Floor Covering Industry. The Radici Group operates 25 factories for the production of tufted and woven carpets, machine made area rugs, polymers and yarn, along with textile engineering products. Radici USA, Inc. is a subsidiary of the Radici Group and became operational in January of 1995. Initially, only machine made area rugs were marketed throughout the USA through the distribution facilities located in Spartanburg, South Carolina. The facilities were expanded in 1999 to also include 100% wool woven carpet. Radici USA's runners
and area rugs
come in styles that range from oriental
and to contemporary
. Materials used to make the rugs include 100% wool, a blend of 60% Olefin and 40% wool, and 100% heat-set olefin.