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A Little Rug Roundup

February 16, 2012

by Emily

Elizabeth posted about some fab rug finds just over a year ago and I revisited this quest for the stylish but affordable rug just a couple weeks about when scouting our options for a NYC apartment project.  Holy Flat Woven Heaven, Batman, there is a lot of great stuff out there in a range of styles and at pretty reasonable price points.  Check it out:

1. West Elm Ikat Links Rug

I love the subtle grays and can see this pairing well with color combinations ranging from oranges to pinks to reds.

2.  Safavieh Ivory & Gold Tribal Rug

I love how this rug looks traditional but is actually a pretty rad tribal print.  I also love that it is a neutral but has some lovely blues, greens, and reds woven in.

3.  Serena & Lily Dove Gobi Frame Rug

Can we please talk about how adorable this rug is and how it is such a bargain?!  It is categorized under “nursery” but don’t let that limit you.

4.  Wild Color Lime Green Cowhide Rug

Call me crazy but how fun would this looked stacked and angled on top of a basic sisal rug?  I am thinking play room or a sassy office.  Why not?  Also, this will be a fun test to see if your company blocks “” from you – ha!  Just rugs, people.

5.  Vintage Kilim Rug

Vintage, Pink, Orange, and Tribal. How ont trend can you be?

Enjoy the new finds!

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Jaime permalink
    February 17, 2012 10:21 am

    Love the Kilm rug and the vendor on Etsy has some other awesome ones! Good work, Em!

  2. February 17, 2012 10:37 am

    Thank you for the kind feedback, Jaime! Glad you found some things you like and a little inspiration!

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