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As with most textiles, determining where your rug is gong to go will decide all of the other variants. Is this a rug for your living room, dining room, bathroom, bedroom, or hallway? Once you’ve decided on that, you can analyze the best options for the size, material, and style of the rug. More
This is the coolest thing ever! I love that this art is alive. Nothing brings life and freshness to a space like a plant, and this is just an awesome way to display it.
People often forget that the floor can be a great starting place for a bedroom. Try to find a fun rug with some color or pattern and build your room around it. If you have a statement piece like this, then everything else can stay fairly simple and neutral.
The handsomest tiled Moroccan-inspired outdoor rug on the Web, and for a fantastic price too! After reading about all the great qualities and easy care, I am starting to wonder if this wouldn't be perfect under a kitchen table too. The spa blue is my favorite color.
In my opinion, you cannot go wrong with a blue and white trellis rug. It is absolutely classic and a piece you can continue to use well after a trend has passed.
I'm no stranger to jute rugs. They're my go-to for almost all rooms. I love that they're neutral yet add some texture and softness to a space. If this is your starting point for your room, bring in color and pattern in other ways.
This rug's whimsical-chic pattern in all shades of the rainbow was designed by fashion trendsetter Trina Turk. This rug is smaller in size and would be great for a bathroom or walk-in closet.
A classic geometric pattern will refresh and modernize your decor. The soft pear green color would look lovely accented with coral, yellow, blue or chocolate brown.
Key Wool Dhurrie, Pear
The Greek key pattern is classic and timeless — you really can't go wrong with it, especially in this neutral colorway. This would be a great way to anchor a space with lots of white and neutral accents.
A modern twist on the traditional ikat pattern, this gray and white rug would be the perfect addition to a room in need of some pattern and texture.
Zeno Rug, Charcoal
A whimsical rug featuring large peacock feathers — it's almost like having art on the floor instead of the walls! I'd love to see this used in a boho-chic setting.
Why not consider giving your college-bound child a quality sheepskin rug to greet them every morning when they get out of bed? They'll still miss snuggling with their pets at home, but this is sure to warm their hearts.
Features: -Construction: Handmade. -Technique: Tufted/Carved. -Material: 100% Wool. -Origin: India. -Collection: Bella.
A modern take on the traditional ikat pattern! The muted color palette of taupe and yellow is beautiful and eye-catching without being too busy.
This rug was inspired by Moorish tilework. The handwoven lattice pattern is large in scale, which would be great for making a dramatic focal point in a living or dining room.
Rosa Area Rug
The hand-woven shag rug is sure to stand out in a modern or classic room with its colors of dark brown and cream. This rug features a brown background with ribbons of the lighter shade for more stylish design. The rug is eight foot by ten foot.
A unique and eclectic rug that could pass for a fabulous painting! Because of the detail and busyness of the pattern, it would look great with neutral furniture that would allow it to take center stage and not overwhelm the rest of the space.
Tapa Crewelwork Rug
For a no-fail rug, go with a graphic gray rug such as this. It never goes out of style and goes with almost anything.
Tuscan Elmer Grey Rug
I have always been and probably always will be drawn to bold graphic patterns. This one is just gorgeous — and in my favorite color, blue.
It's yellow and quatrefoil-ish. As much as I tend to shy away from a white rug, I do like the look of this rug and how it has just the right amount of color scattered throughout.
This aqua shade of blue adds to the contemporary feel of this rug's abstract linear pattern. It's perfect for a bathroom.
Sisal rugs are super durable and perfect for the high traffic (and sandy!) spaces in a beach house. This version from Ballard Designs has a touch of sophistication with the subtle herringbone pattern.
Herringbone Sisal Rug
A fun and fresh oversize geometric pattern in the prettiest spring green color would really brighten up and add life to a space.
Taza Area Rug
This is a fantastic eye-catching pattern with a blue ombré effect. I'd love to use this rug in an eclectic or modern space.
Who doesn't love a good geometric pattern on a rug? Take a classic pattern like this in a bright, fun color and you've got a versatile rug that would be equally at home in formal or casual areas.
This is a gorgeous wool rug that will look amazing in any space! It is made by The Rug Company. It can be purchased through www.jamieshop.com at designer wholesale pricing!
Adding a new rug is an instant and simple way to update your hallway. I love this one in deep red with its ethnic-inspired graphic print.
Although this rug is mostly white, the lines keep it less noticeably dirty — which is helpful if you have little children in the house. This is a good choice if you want a lighter rug in the room.
You know how you agonize, sometimes for days, over purchasing something as tough to buy in the "real world" as a rug online? That was me. I looked for months and months, and one day I finally decided to pull the trigger. This rug is perfect in color, is reasonably priced and was of acceptable...