Trend Watch: What's Hot In Rugs
What’s new this season in rugs? Everything from deep, rich colors to a current take on vintage patterns and finishes, here are some exciting new looks to refresh your home by providing a polished finish to your room. Finding the perfect rug has never been easier with these stunning new choices.
Indigo Infusion - Marked by deep, inky blues with a saturated feel these rugs can drench your space with a cool, calm tone.
Blissful Bohemian - No matter what your home color scheme, bring a fun mix of colors and patterns with global influences. These fresh new designs marry a carefree vibe with a warm deep rich feel.
Imbued Ivory - Soft understated foundations that create a quiet, soothing atmosphere provide a luxurious backdrop for your space. Whether you choose a geometric pattern or organic design, mixing sister shades of ecru, oatmeal, alabaster, or ivory create soft harmonious aesthetic for your home.
Add the instant feel of a well-loved family heirloom to your home with a distinctive distressed rug. These vintage-inspired patterns with a timeworn appearance provide depth and texture to your room.
Who says art is only for the walls? There’s a new selection of rugs that let you bring the beauty of your favorite art style to your floor, adding subtle interest or complex intensity to your space.
Alessa Blue 4'11 x 7'6 Indoor/Outdoor Rug
Ashir Cream 5' x 7'6 Rug
Laydon Blue 3'10 x 5'5 Rug
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