Rugs for Layering
Combining rugs of varying shapes, sizes and patterns takes your space to the next level
Start With a Base Layer
A flat-woven, natural fiber rug provides the ideal base for layering. Use one of these large area rugs to cover more floor than the main player you place on top.
For a More Luxurious Feel
A shag rug adds texture and warmth to your space, while a natural hide turns up the rustic charm. Place a large jute or sisal rug under these to make up for their modest size.
For Some Neutral Notes
If versatile design is more your style, mix and match patterned rugs in the same neutral hues. When you overlap rugs, no one will ever know if an outdated carpet or a scuffed wood is underneath.
For a Splash of Color
Toss one of these vibrant carpets over a neutral flat-weave for visual interest. Their vivid hues make them work well over a natural fiber rug or one with a black-and-white pattern.