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Masland Shangri-la Too Mystical 9564027
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Shangri-la Too

Mystical

  • 21
  • Colors Available
Masland Shangri-la Too Euphoric Valley 9564979
Euphoric Valley
Masland Shangri-la Too Nirvana 9564879
Nirvana
Masland Shangri-la Too Camelot 9564838
Camelot
Masland Shangri-la Too Atlantis 9564868
Atlantis
Masland Shangri-la Too Harmonious 9564782
Harmonious
Masland Shangri-la Too Tibetan 9564796
Tibetan
Masland Shangri-la Too Zion 9564777
Zion
Masland Shangri-la Too Baskul 9564544
Baskul
Masland Shangri-la Too Tibet 9564509
Tibet
Masland Shangri-la Too Beautiful 9564439
Beautiful
Masland Shangri-la Too Peaceful 9564454
Peaceful
Masland Shangri-la Too Neverland 9564474
Neverland
Masland Shangri-la Too Immortal 9564342
Immortal
Masland Shangri-la Too Contented 9564434
Contented
Masland Shangri-la Too Elusive 9564111
Elusive
Masland Shangri-la Too Exotic Realm 9564222
Exotic Realm
Masland Shangri-la Too Mystical 9564027
Mystical
Masland Shangri-la Too Enlightenment 9564028
Enlightenment
Masland Shangri-la Too Paradise 9564015
Paradise
Masland Shangri-la Too Garden Of Eden 9564024
Garden Of Eden
Masland Shangri-la Too Shambala 9564012
Shambala

Product Attributes

CollectionShangri-la Too
ColorMystical
ConstructionCut Pile
Fiber100% STAINMASTER® Luxerell™ BCF nylon
Face Weight126
StyleNon Pattern
ApplicationResidential
Width12 Ft.
Thickness1.5
Attached PadWoven Polypropylene
DescriptionShangri-La is a fictional place described in the 1933 novel Lost Horizon by British author James Hilton. Hilton describes Shangri-La as a mystical, harmonious valley, in the western end of the Kunlun Mountains. Shangri-La has become synonymous with any earthly paradise, and particularly a mythical Himalayan utopia – a permanently happy land, isolated from the outside world. In the novel Lost Horizon, the people who live at Shangri-La are almost immortal, living years beyond the normal lifespan and only very slowly aging in appearance.
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