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Need a Mohawk Carpet for Baby's Room?



Hey Neighbors!

I am so glad to be home!  Loved the trip and had fun, but it is nice to be home.  Now, on with our Baby Shower Event!  Our next review item comes from Mohawk Home!  What nursery is complete without a carpet?  Especially a new one!

I have always preferred a carpet or rug in the baby's room.  I like that it helps soften sound, and it gives a nice place for baby to play.  Not to mention it is better than playing on a cold tile floor.  I like a carpet I can move around as needed, or take outside for cleaning.  Tile or hardwood floors and then scatter carpets and rugs throughout the home.


For our review we chose a Chocolate 5 x 8  (Oremiere Shag / Teak 60x96) that will not show dirt, and that should go with just about any color options we choose.  That way as color choices and tastes change, hopefully the Mohawk rug will continue to fit in.  (Unless of course you are talking about my 12 year old who has some really unique color choices!)


Mohawk Home has a large variety of color combinations to choose from as well as sizes.  We chose the 5 x 8 because it is a good size to place in a nursery.  It is large enough for a baby to play on and yet will not cover the entire floor.

Now neighbors, here is a little information you may not know about Mohawk Home.  They are American based and made in the USA!  That is enough to help me decide.  Watch the video below.



How about my neighbors?  What is your preference in the nursery or baby's room?  A Mohawk Home rug would make an excellent choice for a Baby Shower gift!

One neighbor will receive a Mohawk Home rug up to size 5x8 and under $150 valued on site.  You can visit HERE and look around, see if you see one you like.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken directly from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.



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Wanda McHenry said…
I'm already a subscriber to the Mohawk blog (Homescapes)
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d schmidt said…
I already subscribe to Mohawk via email
Unknown said…
I'm a subscriber- love their rugs!
MamaStace said…
subscribed via email - stacey2561(at)aol(Dot)com

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subscribed to them!
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I subscribed to the Mohawk newsletter
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Subscribed to Mohawk's e-mail newsletters
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I shared on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/pin/278801033154917977/
cman said…
Mohawk Home Orient Express Rug.
DEBIJOT said…
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melmorgan4 said…
I am a Mohawk Home subscriber.
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I subscribed to the Mowhawk Rug Blog


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