70,349 kilim area rug Products
The deep and sensuous beetroot hues of this rug are perfect for creating a welcoming and cozy feel in your home this fall. This piece would work well for holiday decorating schemes too.
Blur Purple Fabric Rug
I love the way this lattice/brick pattern plays with your mind a bit. It takes a blink before you realize it's an area rug.
Oh Dash and Albert, you have THE BEST stripes! Wither you want the rug to dance under your feet or just provide some coastal strips, these reversible woven rugs have plenty of personality to offer your floors.
Going bold with a rug might be just the trick to add some dimension without the fear of prints and patterns overpowering the space. I'd love to pair this rug with a neutral couch in cream or brown leather to balance the area out.
Tie Dye Rug
I love this unique take on a jute area rug. Who says it has to be round, square or rectangle? This is sunshine at your feet.
Mixing darker and lighter tones of a color adds great interest to the pattern, as seen in this area rug.
I just love the rich elegance of this hand-knotted rug. The swirling motif is not overwhelming, and the neutral metallic shades let it warm up a room without overtaking it.
This beautiful area rug is for blue lovers and ombré lovers alike. I'd buy it in the biggest available size (9 feet by 12 feet) and let it brighten up the dining room.
Peacock Ombré Rug
Rugs with symmetrical patterns are so flattering against simple furniture. This one reminds me of a kaleidoscope, and it would be beautiful in a hallway.
That saffron color! I absolutely adore this pattern; it's so simple yet elegant. Seeing it in this beautiful burnt orange color makes it so unique. This rug would be easy to match to existing furniture because its pattern is so simple.
Interior designer and former Queer Eye cast member Thom Filicia can do no wrong in my book, so it's no wonder I'm in love with graphic rug. He designed it for the outdoors, but I think it would work equally well indoors in an area that gets a lot of traffic.Made of 100% recycled plastic. Comes in...
A soft, chunky wool is exactly what I want underfoot when I wake up in the morning. I'd stick on of these under my bed to never get a rude awakening from cold floors again.
I can't get enough of this rug from Anthropologie. It has a mix of deep and electric hues that make it an absolute statement piece.
I see this rug often on Houzz, and every time I love what it brings to the room. It's available in a number of colors and sizes, and the design is versatile without being boring.
I recently used these gold-toned area rugs on either side of the bed for a project. They lend a preppy air to a space.
Olin Gold Rug
There's something I love about an area rug with a bold print. Paired together with a sleek black and white palette, this Z Gallerie rug is a must have.
Moroccan Rug, Charcoal
Adding a small throw or area rug to the floor is a great way to pull some color down onto the ground while protecting the existing carpet. I like that the stripes on this rug will add some interest.
I recently bought this rug for my own place; it's located in my dining area to correspond with a deep, navy blue gallery wall. You get great value and style from IKEA with this product!
Instead of a bathmat, why not use a pretty rug like this 100 percent wool rug with Moroccan center pattern and Greek key border?
I always like to freshen up doormats, kitchen sink rugs and bath areas before the holiday season heats up. This mat is inexpensive and will add some nice texture.
Plain Weave Jute Rug
Floral medallions adorn this vibrant handwoven rug, making it a nice way to add ancient design elements to any room. I think it would look especially nice in an area with light or neutral furnishings.
Truly, a large area rug sets the tone for the rest of the room. While this rug isn't particularly cushy, I do appreciate the flat geometric design. Any of the Fallon rugs by Surya are great options for a modern Moroccan-inspired look.
Ground the seating area with a large and versatile sea grass rug. Layer a smaller vintage rug on top and switch it out from season to season for a fresh look.
This vintage Moroccan area rug would add a huge dose of color into a space. Plus, it's something you'd have forever. I'd layer it over a sisal rug in the center of the room.
This white and gray trellis rug is an elegant way to tie together a room. I love the texture it adds as well.
A colorful cotton striped rug would be a terrific way to anchor your outdoor beach-style space. It will bring a light feel, warmth and texture to your outdoor decor. This is a perfect piece for a small sunroom or patio area.
A floral rug brings a touch of elegance to a room, and this design would work best in a living space or closet area.
This pink Color Reform Rug from ABC Carpet & Home would look amazing in a little girl's room. Don't you agree?
Color Reform 7'9"x9'9"
As an alternative to the usual sisal rug that most people use in a beach house, this Herringbone Tweed Chevron patterned rug offers texture and comfort with casual elegance.
I usually don't go for red, but combine it with a nice gray and it looks sharp enough to blanket the floor.
Nomad Sculpted Rug
I love striking contrast, and this statement area rug has it in both shape and color. Multi-tonal octagons with 3-D shading pop up from the chartreuse background, while the gray and white striped trim grounds the pattern and keeps your eyes from going completely buggy. A decor of solid neutrals...
Here is the perfect area rug for a boy's room. Neutral, classic and stylish stripes make it an eye-catcher for sure.
It took me a mere six months to run across this lovely, and I'm so happy I did. The colors are true to my monitor and give exactly the punch I was looking for in the casual dining area. It's easy to care for, too!
This area rug could set the stage for a coffee bar nook. Lay it between some club chairs, a set of bookshelves and coffee bar itself. I love the rich tones.
Beacon Hand-Tufted Rug
Area rugs scream Downton Abbey. This one has beautiful muted tones that won’t compete with other decorations you may have going on.
Saiber Rug, Light Blue
This striped Scandinavian rug is just plain handsome. The thin colorful stripes would pop in a more modern-style space.
This rug would be a piece of artwork to own! I love the paint-like qualities and the colors. I imagine this with a simple coffee table and solid-colored couch.
This rug is slightly softer on your feet than just jute alone, and the strip of color surrounding the edge provides a nice way to individualize the simple and versatile design.Dimensions vary. Available in a range of colors and sizes.
This Bracken Ridge rug is 100 percent wool, one-of-a-kind and made in Peru. It is one of my favorites in candy-colored hues of pink and orange.
Simple jute rugs work very well as bath mats. I use them for a different look and love the way they feel underfoot.
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