Finding the perfect rug can be challenging, not the least due to the abundant market offer. While it rarely makes the first thought when it comes to room decoration, this humble piece of floor covering is truly an essential element. Visually, it can put the room together, or spoil all other efforts. Its utilitarian value lies in providing a warm, comfortable surface to lay your feet. Between the right style and color, there is a whole range of other features to consider: the correct size, material, purpose, pros, and cons. We have curated a selection of round rugs to light up your inspiration and help you find the sweet spot of usefulness and intrigue.
Gray Teal Round Floral Rug:
This floral chic is a certain eye-catcher. Calming charcoal/blue juxtaposes a strong graphic pattern, making this area rug an excellent choice for your living room, dining room, or bedroom. It features serged edges for a clean look, highly recommended to avoid shifting. Low maintenance and easy to clean.
Round White Shag Rug:
Inviting, soft, cuddly, warm. There are simply not enough words to describe this little, ultimately friendly piece of fabric. White color enhances its character, making it a perfect choice for kid’s rooms and nurseries, but it will also make a wonderful accent in your living room. This soft and silky rug comes with an Overlock edge backing for extra durability.
Multicolor Abstract Coral Rug:
Here we have the genuine conversation-starter. This gorgeous, colorful round rug comes with a great abstract pattern that can easily fit with any room of your house. Moreover, it provides a great way to refresh your room and make it fit the latest trends.
Navy Blue Round Throw Rug:
Another ultra-soft throw rug is enriched with leather-feel bottom, to provide maximum convenience of use. It’s made with high-quality faux peacock feathers, in order to deliver a strong tactile and visual experience. On top of that, this blue round rug looks more than cool.
Round Jute Rug:
This hand-made, woven rug is made of natural materials such as jute, sisal, and seagrass. It will feel right at home in a beach house, but will not be a stranger in a city apartment as well. Its versatile nature allows it to be used in multiple areas of the house.
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