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rug:

see carpetcarpet
or rug,
thick fabric, usually woolen (but often synthetic), commonly used today as a floor covering. Carpet Types and Modern Manufactures
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rug

1. a floor covering, smaller than a carpet and made of thick wool or of other material, such as an animal skin
2. Chiefly Brit a blanket, esp one used as a wrap or lap robe for travellers
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While all Toms Price locations carry rugs and employ floor covering specialists, The Rug Studio is open specifically at the Lincolnshire, Skokie and Wheaton stores.
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With a wide variety of area rugs in different designs, Rugs and Beyond has launched an all new collection of fine modern rugs made out of sustainable material.
The instant success of the London flagship showroom quickly led to expansion in the US, as The Rug Company opened its first showroom in New York's Soho in 2002, followed by Los Angeles in 2005, Miami in 2008, Chicago in 2010, Dallas in 2011 and a second showroom in New York in 2012.
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With the slogan, "Always Affordable," and being an authorized HGTV Home Rug Retailer, The Rug Place showroom features rugs of all shapes, sizes, colors, and origins, such as Chobi, Persian, contemporary, classic, and transitional.
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And, because a rug can be rolled up and moved at any time, you know you won't be stuck with the same old look for years.
Hooked rugs were mostly a way to cover the cold floors, according to Sally Van Nuys, owner of Amherst Folk Art & Rug Hooking in Amherst, Ohio.