In this charming cottage, Steve Schappacher and Rhea White added some graphic appeal to the usual beach-house aesthetic with a black and white palette and ample use of stripes.
Set against a dark stained wood floor, this cream and blue striped rug defines the dining area of an open-plan kitchen and dining space. Paired with aluminum Navy chairs and a rustic farm table, the look is country contemporary.
The subtle cream and tan runners lead the eye through the transitional space surrounding the staircase in this home by Richard Bubnowski Design.
Bright, bold stripes enliven an upper stairwell in this home by Vanillawood. You can easily create a similar look in an unusual space with carpet tiles from Flor.
Striped rugs aren't just for inside your home. With a weather-resistant outdoor area rug, you can enjoy a punch of pattern on your patio as well.
An attic room becomes an airy retreat when painted all white and accented with calming blues. Here a blue and white rug is a light, soft covering for the floor.
A thinly striped floor covering is an energetic choice in this den. The pattern of the stripes echoes the wall treatment, which looks like the exterior siding of a seaside cottage.
A barely there stripe is a calming choice in this airy bedroom. The subtle pattern enhances the room without drawing attention away from showcase accents like the floating boat and wall-hung oars.
Part of Tobi Fairley's design for the Richmond Symphony Orchestra League's designer show house, this unassuming hallway easily becomes a focal point with its boldly striped rug and red accents.
You can even stripe right up the stairs with a colorful runner.