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This hopscotch rug adds just the right amount of fun to any space. Plus, it would be the perfect game on a rainy day. Who's in?
This hand-tufted wool rug is a beautiful way to add cool colors to a girl's room. Without having to be too pink. The disproportionately large flowers will be surprising and delightful in your baby's small and simple space.
Are you a soccer mom? Then your little soccer player will love this rug. Kids can imagine they (or their toy figurines) are playing soccer on this "field."
This amazing rug will floor your little transporter. Simple illustrations inspired by fifties drawings overlap to create an understated yet intricate pattern of buses, bikes, and cars. Perfect for a newbie, and can grow through the years with your child's taste.
Trains, planes and trucks galore! This round rug is whimsical and fun for the child who loves all things that move.
Stain resistant and quick to dry, these handmade bamboo rugs use 100 percent Anji Mountain bamboo. I like that these are available in a variety of natural shades in various sizes.
Have you ever seen a cuter kids rug? Little ones will be drawn to the color and playfulness of this handmade felt rug in a bedroom or playroom.
This dot rug, from Land of Nod, has got to be one of the funnest things I've even seen. Can you imagine the texture of walking on it?
Dot Matrix Rug
Nothing says nursery like a snow white, fluffy sheepskin rug. We used something similar in my son's nursery over a dark hardwood floor for a beautiful contrast. It's so sweet, and, as a bonus, feels divine under bare feet.
For parents looking to create a festive and protective play area, the Puzzle Mat Letters foam play mat fits the bill. The play mat features daycare-quality foam puzzle pieces that are textured and durable. Kids can pop out the letters and numbers and interlock the pieces. It's educational and fun...
This sage green area rug is simple and soft. Yes, it's from Pottery Barn Kids, but I think it's great for a grown-up room, too.
Trellis Rug, Green
Whoo wouldn't be ready to learn while studying on this adorable Ikea area rug? The fun colors and patterns would be scrumptious in any study or office space.
Gulört Rug, Low Pile
Kids will want to cuddle with this turtle Snug Rug. It provides a safe, padded play area for both babies and kids who can also use the head of the plush turtle as a pillow. The rug features thick padding and non-slip backing to keep kids safe.
Bold chevron stripes make a statement in a kids' room. This plushy rug would be perfect for play time and for adding a stylish accent to a nursery.
I have this colorful rug in my playroom now. It's very soft and adds beautiful color to my neutral-walled room. A rug is a great way to add fun without making a common living space too "kiddie."
Dershyl Ivory Floral Rug
This alphabet rug would look super cute in a playroom or nursery — and it provides a soft landing while your kiddo learns to roll, crawl and walk.
Many Houzz participants have bemoaned that their children won't for the life of them study at a desk. After a full day of sitting upright, it can be healthy to think in a more . . . prone position. Which is why we love this floor pillow. More sprawling and versatile than a simple bean bag, your...
Sometimes a neutral color can work wonders in a space full of children's toys and books. This soft tan and antique white trellis print would help to ground a busy playspace.
I discovered these rugs only by searching for washable carpets that might work under an art center. These are Pappelinas, plastic carpets from Sweden. Washable and well priced, they come in a variety of sizes and a whole bunch of cool designs and colors.
A play mat with interlocking foam tiles can help a baby build his or her motor skills and learn about shapes.
This handcrafted pure wool rug will add a wonderful texture and finishing touch to your child's playroom. Understated in its color and detail, this rug can grow with your child through the years and various rooms. So simple, and such dimension and texture!
Teach kids opposites with this fun and educational rug. The pictures reinforce the words to help kids learn.
This rug takes some inspiration from video games, but unlike playing a video game, it encourages your kiddo to move around, explore and imagine cars driving down the street.
This bold ticking adds a traditional detailing to your son's flooring. Navy and stone pair to add warmth and understated intrigue. Perfect for younger themed rooms (nautical, train, anything!) as well as teen rooms.
There’s something fishy about this rug! An undersea fantasy that features hand-carved creatures, it’s bound to tickle imaginations in your children’s bedroom or playroom.
I spy with my little eye .... Give your little ones something to talk about with this rug. It features colorful animals, birds, flowers and fruit against an ivory background. It's hand-tufted of soft acrylic for durability and sweet style.
This quatrefoil-like pattern works with a range of room styles, and would look equally good in a bedroom, dining room or anywhere else that you're looking for a subtle geometric pop.
Snowflake or igloo-like geometric shapes form this classic fretwork pattern. The 100 percent organic cotton, upholstery fabric offers a neat and sharp, simple design, equally classic and edgy, depending on your surroundings. Choose from an array of natural colors, there is a two-yard minimum order.
Glacier Fret Fabric
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Who wouldn't want a little Greek Isles inspiration in their own backyard? Cover your outdoor furniture in this sturdy fabric from Schumacher, and you'll feel transported in no time.
I love the way the geometry of this Peter Dunham print palys with my eyes. It's perfect for a Hollywood Regency room, a Dorothy Draper-esque Palm Beach room, an exotic room, or as and accent in a contemporary room.
Bold, bright and beautiful. Thomas Paul delivers accessible style through his partnership with Duralee.
Charming! Birds have been a popular motif in textiles for centuries, and Galbraith & Paul does it so well here. I love the feminine, Asian-inspired look of this print.
One of my favorite granny-chic patterns right now is Tree of Life by Schumacher. I would love to cover a pair of wingback chairs with it and throw on a couple of chevron print pillows.
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