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Published on November 15th, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Bleached Chevron Rug





Materials: Ikea rag rug (not avail now), Bleach, Masking Tape, Spray Bottle, Tape Measure, Towel

Description: I took an old solid green rag rug from Ikea and turned it into a groovy chevron pattern to be used as a runner on a table or floor of a mudroom.

1. Lay out pattern on rug.

2. Tape off design.

3. Spray Bleach.
4. Remove Tape.
5. Beat, dry in dryer, wash, dry again.
6. Roll it out for use!

See more of the chevron rug.

~ Amanda, Utah

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8 Responses to Bleached Chevron Rug

  1. emmanouil k says:

    hhmmm this is a good one! i like it :)

  2. Anonymous says:

    Uuh, there’s a carpet on your table…

  3. I love it…I just wish i had the patience to do something like this….it’s gorgeous!

    Natalie

  4. Anonymous says:

    Love this – The Chevron pattern is so now!I’ll be trying this one on the weekend. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Anonymous says:

    while i love the idea of using the bleach instead of the paint, i am kind of tired od the chevron. it’s inspiring to do any other pattern.
    But please don’t put it on the table, it just gross.

  6. Old rug on my dining table? No way!

  7. Becky says:

    I think it looks great. She said she washed the dang rug, people! Ever use a cloth napkin? Someone throws them in a washing machine in between uses, too!

  8. Anonymous says:

    Washed? would you use also your “welcome” mat on your table?
    It’s very pretty as a rug,point.

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