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Joy Carpets Educational Note Worthy Area Rug Rug Size: 10'9" x 13'2"

Item# SPM8741551531 | Model# 1462G-01 | Added on December 16, 2016 |
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Joy Carpets Educational Note Worthy Area Rug Rug Size: 10'9" x 13'2"
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Music can be an invaluable addition to the classroom. Children can practice math skills, simple and complex rhythms, recognition of basic musical symbols, and note matching. Assist students in developing a lifelong appreciation and understanding of th...

Joy Carpets is the leader in the design and manufacture of specialty broadloom, modular carpet, rugs, and mats for creative and eye-catching interiors. We take pride in providing industry-first floor coverings to residential, educational, hospitality, healthcare, and commercial markets.

Joy pioneered fine gauge tufting and introduced the first recreational carpeting, Games People Play, to the industry in 1973. Since that time, we have continued our commitment to meeting the unique needs of our customers by providing only the highest quality products through cutting edge technology and design.

Joy Carpets has established a solid reputation for unsurpassed design and manufacturing of educational, game, and specialty flooring. Our products are made in the USA and can be found around the globe.

By using only the highest quality yarns, injection dye processes, and innovative backing systems, Joy's products deliver outstanding performance in residential to heavy commercial environments. We stand behind our products with comprehensive warranties.

When creative, colorful, and versatile flooring is needed for that unique residential, hospitality, or commercial installation, look with confidence to Joy Carpets to satisfy your ... read more
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