You’ve put up with that ugly, plastic chair mat long enough. It’s time for a better option—one that reflects your personality and style and works as hard as you do. Elevate your workspace with a Rug’d Chair Mat™ from Anji Mountain and embrace its superior durability, impressive roll-ability and off-the-charts good looks. This mat is a bona fide paradigm shift in the uninspired office chair mat category and a massive nod to good taste (which you clearly possess). But how will your partner or co-workers know you’re on the vanguard of interior design if you don’t offer any evidence? Let the Rug’d Chair Mat™ answer that question definitively and take one step closer to the office of your dreams.
Best mat i’ve had in years - recently upgraded to. Larger one and passed on my old one to my grandson.
The perfect solution for a chair on carpet. Super sturdy, chairs roll well, and the color is vibrant in person. Highly recommend.
gorgeous & very functional!
This chair mat/rug is really beautiful and seems extremely well-made and durable. So far, even our two cats' needle-like claws that seem to damage just about everything haven't managed to pull out any of the fibers. It works extremely well as a chair mat--perfect for our uneven, old wooden floors that far too easily cause our desk chair to roll away. With this mat-like rug, the chair rolls well when you want it to, but stays in place when you don't want it to. It's a beautiful addition to the office area of our living room.
The rug is actually covering a very durable base board, so it looks just like an exotic Persian-style rug, but my office chair rolls better than any office mat I’ve ever used.
I searched and searched for a solution to the damage my chair's casters were doing to my old pine floor. All the possibilities were atrociuous - extremely ugly. When I first stumbled on the Anji solution I thought I'd miss clicked. What I saw didn't make sense; I'd been brain washed by plastic and hard board ugliness. When I realized the Anji solution was for real I fell into another funk since I didn't know which I liked best. Almost like just throwing a dart, I finally chose Las Cruces and I couldn't be happier. It's humanized my little office. Five cheers for Anji Mountain!