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I love the neutrals in these rugs, they are warm and sophisticated. I would love them en masse like they are in this photo, no?
A rug under the dining table helps anchor the space. This is also true when decorating outside. Simple, chic and waterproof, I love this ecofriendly dhurrie rug made with recycled plastic bottles.
This handwoven rug has a more freehand geometric shape. The gray color is great because it goes well with so many other colors.
Bring a little of the indoors outside with this cozy stripe rug. It's waterproof and durable enough for year-round use.
Waterproof but with the appeal of an antique textile, is this rug not the perfect combination? Use it outside or in a high-traffic area. You can sponge it down if needed.
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.
This exotic dhurrie is a great way to ground your room with a base layer of global style. The geometry on this particular hand-woven rug was taken from Turkish tilework. 80% wool/20% cotton.Handwoven.Price is for 8'x10'; other sizes are available
A wooden floor might get cold, and I bet a castle is drafty. This wool rug will add needed warmth and design.
Mira Wool Rug
Jute rugs are fantastic because they're tough and durable; they last a long time. This one is braided from natural fibers and creates this bold diamond shape. Sometimes it's the simplest of shapes that provides the boldest of statements.
The bull's-eye pattern of this rug will brighten up the spot where the Christmas tree is standing now — after I vacuum the needles, of course.
The beautiful rich reds of this rug bring a sense of playfulness to a space and can anchor a room, giving it lots of personality.
The light colors and elongated pattern in this rug would jazz up a small space without looking too crowded.
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.
This punchy rug would be a vibrant way to inject blues into the bedroom. Then show it off with a slick white bed frame and a pair of midcentury dressers.
This simple striped rug would probably look ho-hum in any other color, but the rich indigo looks luxe and oh-so-pretty.
A flat weave cotton rug works well indoors or out. I love the mint green and light blue stripes and the casual brushstrokes.
This fuzzy wool rug screams cozy. Pile it up in your favorite space or layer it over a larger jute rug. Either way, it's cozy.
Nural Wool Rug
This rug is a really fun piece for any room in the house. I like that it's more burnt orange than bright, making it easier to pair with traditional colors and fabrics.
I don't know about you, but I need a little mat under my feet while I'm working at the stove. I think these recycled cotton ones would be perfect.
This graduated stripe cotton rug is both classic and fun. I would love to use it in a child's room, or really any space that needs a light-hearted addition. And the orange is the perfect pop!
Simple beauty in a gorgeous, unique color is made price-accessible via jute. I love the overall texture of this rug, as well as the braided look and feel.
The orange in this rug is softer and more subdued than some. If bright orange is a bit too modern for you, this hue will do the trick.
A little bit of red in an entryway, bathroom or kitchen can go a long way with an accessory like this 100 percent cotton floor mat.
I love the subtle pattern on this curtain set from West Elm. It would be a perfect choice in a room that has a lot of light to shine through the fun pattern!
A mirror in your dining room might seem a bit invasive — who wants to see their reflection as they eat, right? But mirrors are a great way to open up the space and give it the illusion that it's much larger. I like this reclaimed wood mirror from West Elm because it can fit into any design scheme...
I always like to play with trends in the bathroom, especially with a shower curtain. Most often it is an inexpensive change.
Finding a simple toilet brush holder is serious business. This ceramic one from West Elm is one of the nicest I've seen.
West Elm just came out with this new line of upholstered goods, and I love it! This chaise is fabulously orange in their Paprika Suede.
I just used this bedding in a recent project and fell in love with it. The rusty terracotta color is so beautiful and looks amazing paired with blue. Search by keyword or item # Search Search Suggestions Skip Navigation Furniture Features Bedroom Living Room Dining + Kitchen Office Outdoor...
Add some mad science style to any space with this industrial cabinet. It will serve you well in the bathroom, as a nightstand, or the kitchen.Raw steel1 Drawer stores cosmetics and other bathroom essentials; a bottom shelf holds towels and more.Sturdy wheels for easy portability; front wheels lock...
Here's the kids version of the Scoop-Back chair from West Elm. Kids need stylish chairs too! Can't you see them sitting in these around a craft table?
This light is so affordable — only $69! I like it so much that I took a drive over to West Elm. Unfortunately, it was not in the store yet, but I'm tempted to order it online.
My new Miele has converted me to pricy but good vacuums. The back pain you save is worth the price. This one from West Elm is perhaps the prettiest I've ever seen. If the price tag is too much, consider the hand-held version, which sells for the same price as many plastic versions.
This glamtastic mirrored box from West Elm can help corral jewelry or conceal unsightly bathroom supplies like Q-tips while reflecting light and adding some shine to your bathroom.
Warm your toes on soft cotton patterned with graphic geometrics that take their cue from Mediterranean tilework.
For instant ambiance at dinner parties and holiday celebrations, a stash of glittering mercury glass votive holders are inexpensive and high impact.
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