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Medallion Rug — Yellow Tennessee

Finding the perfect rug for our space #Review

Over the summer we moved into what I call my “dream house”. It’s an older house with lots of room for me to hide from the kids (mostly kidding!) and having more space means I need more things to fill it! We went from a house with carpeting to a house with almost none so I went on the hunt for the perfect area rug.

My mission was to make our home contemporary with a vintage feel. It was easy for me to find furniture and fabric to fit that description but when it came to area rugs I had the hardest time until I came across the Medallion Rug Gallery! The selection of rugs is like no other. They carry rugs from all over the world and they have a massive selection in my price range to choose from. There are hand woven rugs, collectible one of a kind rugs, and the perfect selection of modern meets vintage that I was looking for!

I settled on a gold New Contemporary Modern area rug and it is divine. It’s well made, soft, and heavy-which is what I wanted! One thing that I dislike is lightweight, flimsy rugs that slide around your floor even with the rubber pads underneath and that is not a problem with our new rug! I think it will really stand out in our living room which has gray walls and a dark wood floor.

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If you’re in the market, I highly recommend the Medallion Rug Gallery-they offer a money back guarantee and you can try out the rug in your home for 30 days and if you don’t like it, than you can ship it back for free! All the rugs have free shipping and no sales tax *unless in CA* and they even offer a trade in service!

Note: I received a rug for review but all opinions are my own.

About Heather Stevens

Heather is a Michigan mom of two awesome boys and married to her High School sweetheart. When she is not blogging she is getting into mischief and blaming it on the dog, packing Angry Birds in her husband's lunch, and crying about getting older.