That’s how long one of our high-traffic rugs lasted in the house since getting another dog. It held up in our studio for almost five years but was no match for the long nails and unending energy of a small puppy.
I do my best to consider the longevity of a piece when purchasing, which is why I was flabbergasted that it took my two kids and two dogs mere months to utterly decimate a rug that I thought would be around for years to come.
I try to remind myself this is just a season in life. That, eventually, I won’t have to worry about accidents (both human and dog-related) or spills, and that someday I’ll look back on this time fondly. That’s what I keep telling myself.
Loloi, the retailer and producer of incredibly gorgeous rugs (including one I had in our previous house), has a new line of stylish, durable, and (most importantly) affordable rugs named Loloi II.
Our “peach room” has transitioned to the defacto backyard entrance (due to the kitchen remodel) and we needed a rug that could withstand kids, dogs, and, frankly, me. I didn’t want to spend the foreseeable future losing my mind every time someone walked on the rug directly from the outside. We replaced the destroyed rug with the Loloi II Hathaway Collection HTH-06 Blush / Multi 2′ x 5′ Accent Rug and I couldn’t be happier.
Loloi II rugs are affordable and practical, perfect for those who need durability but don’t want to sacrifice style.
Whether you are looking at purchasing your first rug or have a high-traffic room, Loloi II rugs are a great option. Here are a few of my favorites:
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BY Kate Arends - June 11, 2021
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