We don’t need to sell you on the merits of the area rug—its pros are well known and, chances are, you already have one or two you love sitting at home already. But one of the great things about area rugs that is easy to forget is how interchangeable they are. Room feeling boring or stagnant? Just roll up your current rug and lay down a new one. All it takes is a new color or pattern to completely change the vibe of a room. So, for your room refresh consideration, here are 10 of our favorite rugs that we’re into…until we change our minds, that is.
Small geometric patterns can add both texture and background to statement furnishings. This Fables pattern in caramel adds a nice warm glow to a space.
The IKEA fanatic will recognize this one right off the bat from the 2017 IKEA catalogue, but we just couldn’t resist. The fun, fresh colors and asymmetrical stripes of the Krönge rug are to die for!
A classic, breezeblock-esque pattern is always a nice touch, but the Magnolia rug offers that bold pattern in a more subdued hue for those spaces that need grounding.
On the flip side, sometimes a room needs a nice shock of pattern and color. A unique combination of teal and purple make this Jetson contemporary rug worth of its namesake.
An indoor rug is a great choice for patios, spaces leading outside or any room with high traffic. Ready to take on your wear and tear, the Coronado indoor/outdoor rug will bring a touch of Palm Springs-style modernism to any floor it rests upon.
A beautifully funky pattern with color is pretty much what the modernist ordered. We love the atomic look and subdued palette of the Hilda rug for a space that says “sophistication” … with a wink.
A good mid mod pattern isn’t all right angles. The beautiful intersecting circles of this rug from the Taylor collection is a smooth look for a sleek, sparse space.
Starbursts are a classic, which is why we dig this Spectrum Illuminations rug. The bursts of pattern and color, albeit very contemporary, make for a fun desert-chic decor option.
Monochromatic, big patterns just scream “Googie,” and the Scion rug is no exception. The name of the color is “mustard,” and if that doesn’t say MCM, we don’t know what does!
Last, but hardly least, we offer you the Youth tribal rug, whose design feels so Scandinavian, it could work in a Danish dining room or as a playful rug for a child’s bedroom. We’ll leave the details up to you.