Pretty but surface is very slippery
Although I love the design and like the recycled idea, I found the surface slippery . It came with non skid pads which are fine but the actual surface material itself is slippery
September 13, 2014
These mats don't try to pretend to be outdoor rugs, but they are certainly more resilient than a rug or make-believe grass. Easy to care for, easy to sweep leaves off of, easy to just hose down if necessary. I could not recommend these mats more highly. And at 50% off -- what a bargain! I'm ordering a third one.
August 10, 2014
I put it on porch because it was too much trouble to return. It's not much. Was disappointed.
July 27, 2014
Purchased for outdoor deck in summer 2012. Lightweight and needed to have furniture on it or it ended up blown into a corner. After a month outdoors, the rug began to fall apart and eventually totally deteriorated, shredding into tiny pieces. Quite the mess!
March 31, 2013
GOOD LOOKING ITEM
The two reversible mats that I bought will be butt up togethere and they match well. The colors are bright and I look forward to putting them on my patio.
August 23, 2012
Loved it from the start
Love the colors, light weight. When my granddaughter 2 1/2 plays on the porch, she rolls it out and when finished rolls it up. Perfect! I'm going to order another one to cover more area.
July 18, 2012
Good for poolside
Colors weren't as soft as I'd hoped (I got the blue) and its definitely not brown and blue. It's dirty lime green and blue. Returning for both color and beach mat feel. I wanted something plusher.
June 2, 2012
Perfect outdoor patio addition
I have been looking for something like this for a long time to use on my patio that can stand the weather. My yard is done in zen gardens and this design was perfect to replace the rug I had. Hopefully more sizes and patterns will be available in the future. The Velcro would work great on my tile front porch - also done in budda and bamboo - need solid colors. Since I have a glider and coffee table on the patio, I didn't it there.
June 1, 2012