While mid century style loves a large, clean floor, the perfect area rug is a great way to infuse your room with color, texture and pattern. It can be a bold statement for a neutral room or a nice accompaniment for some of your funkier pieces you don’t want to upstage. We’ve pooled together our favorite rugs of all colors, sizes and styles to outfit your mid century ranch with the perfect, floor-warming base.

Blue area rug with retro pattern
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Need a rug in a room that has a lot of light? Blue, like this Fremont Wool Light Blue area rug, keeps the space feeling cool and is less likely to fade.

Triangle trellis pattern burnt orange area rug
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Triangle trellis patterns never go out of style, especially in the orange and neutral colors of this Adelia Burnt Orange area rug. Pair with your favorite wood-legged furniture pieces, and don’t forget the brass accents!

Pink and burnt orange shag area rug with black lines
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If you’re looking for big and bold patterns, this pink and burnt orange shag rug is just what you need. The pattern works best unobstructed and the shag is nice on your feet. Try it in a large space in your bedroom!

pistachio green and beige rug with mid century retro pattern
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If you’re looking for a muted color addition, this Mid Century Modern rug by Rug & Kilim will be the perfect fit! Its pistachio green, beige and black colors form an eye-catching pattern that would complement wood tones and a neutral palette.

Lime green and blue colorful rug
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This Allie Geometric Handmade Tufted rug would be a fun complement to a home filled with funky, kitschy collectibles. The pop of green and blue will pair nicely with other retro colors in the space.

Orange, blue, gray and white triangle pattern mid mod rug
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In a white room with white curtains…you need some color! Loving that bright and slick Palm Springs mod look? Add a flash of color with the Modern Woven Wool Orange Geometric Rug.

Bold yellow geometric rug
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This is the perfect yellow Baltwood Geometric Rug—not too bright, but bright enough to lift the room. Counter its warm glow with a nice cool color, like a teal or might we suggest a nice lime green?

Teal blue area rug with geometric motif
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A mix of warm and cool colors, this teal and mustard yellow area rug would be a great addition to a bright room as a grounding piece.

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