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Stylist Picks: Our Favorite Living Room Rugs—For Every Budget!

It’s no secret that rugs can be expensive. When they’re made using high-quality materials and traditional techniques, rugs are investment pieces that will last you a lifetime. Except here’s the truth: Expensive rugs aren’t always better. And affordable rugs aren’t necessarily low quality.

Naturally, that makes shopping for one a little more complicated, especially if you’re not sure whether you should skimp or splurge on a rug. To help shed some light on how to find the best rug for your space, we polled our stylists on rugs they love for both quality and style in a range of price points—including affordable alternatives for more expensive designs. Read on for our stylists’ picks and get their tips on rug shopping for your next purchase!

The Natural Jute Rug

Natural-fiber rugs need no introduction. Durable, textured, and great for layering under other area rugs, these woven wonders are incredible foundations in any style room.

Jute Woven Rug, Dash & Albert, $968

This thick-woven jute rug has both durability and soft texture, which makes it a functional piece that’s built to stand up to wear in a family room or bedroom for many years.

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Pros: It has a chunky braided texture but it’s very gentle on the feet. It has a wool-like feel without the high price point of wool rugs.

Cons: One of these new rugs can shed a little at first.

Farida Handspun Jute Rug, Kerala Design, $499

What sets this jute rug apart is the intricate woven pattern. It adds a subtle style element that makes it the perfect piece to pair with other rugs.

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Pros: It’s got style and strength, so it’s great to layer with rugs that are more patterned or colorful.

Cons: The construction is finer than other chunkier woven jute rugs, which makes it better suited for medium and low-traffic spaces.

The Global Vintage Rug

Don’t mistake these cool boho rugs for the typical colorful patterned ones. With a lightly distressed look and notes of berry hues, these rugs are modern, global, and totally dreamy.

Berry Rumi Rug, Loloi, $2,199.00

Just what you need to warm up a neutral living space, this handwoven rug is not too bold, not too overwhelmingly patterned, but still makes a statement.

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Pros: This is handmade with wool in India by expert artisans, so it’s built to last decades, if not generations.

Cons: It’s an investment piece that has a price tag to match, so make sure you’re 100% committed to the color and pattern.

Cornelia Rug, Loloi, $469.00

It’s all about the details here, which is no surprise when it comes to a rug designed by the design superstar Justine Blakeney. If you’re after an of-the-moment boho look, this is for you.

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Pros: The rug’s ribbed texture and fringe make for gorgeous finishing details. The cool berry tones are easy to mix with different designs.

Cons: It’s made of chenille, which is very soft but difficult to clean and maintain.

The Traditional Floral Rug

Classic floral area rugs have a way of bringing formality to any room. If you love traditional spaces, you can’t go wrong with a warm-color floral rug for your foundation.

Burnt Orange Vienna Rug, Tanjore, $1,125.00

Timeless and sophisticated, this hand-tufted rug is a statement piece. With flowy floral motifs, make sure you get the right size rug for your living room so that it fits nicely under furniture legs.

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Pros: It’s super soft and plush. The gorgeous pattern looks even better in person.

Cons: Expensive floral rugs can really get up there, so make sure you choose a floral pattern that truly speaks to you.

Marine Indiana Rug, Bhawan Textiles, $439.00

When it comes to cheap living room rugs, you don’t want to go too cheap with a floral rug since the pattern quality can vary greatly. This one hits the perfect note of affordable and elegant.

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Pros: This vibrant vintage-inspired pattern with its pinks, oranges, and blues is truly unique and looks one-of-a-kind.

Cons: It’s made of polyester so it’s probably best in low-traffic areas, like a den or guest room.

The Modern Geometric Rug

If you’re looking to add some instant color and visual interest in a room, geometric area rugs always do the trick. The best part is they work in a range of spaces, be it rustic or contemporary.

Charcoal Akina Rug, Loloi, $1,259.00

You wouldn’t think it, but a neutral geometric rug is among the most timeless options since it can enliven a space without overpowering it. Lay one down in the living room to add depth.

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Pros: It’s handmade with wool, which means it’s durable and gorgeously textured.

Cons: Geometric rug patterns need to be balanced out with some breathing room, so if you love a room layered with decor, this might not be the best fit.

designer favorite rugsIvory Dylan Rug, Rosewood Weavers, $659

A bit boho, modern and rustic all at once, this rug is quintessential Southwestern style. With its geometric patterned bands, fringing, and natural textures, this rug will add flair to any space.

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Pros: It’s handwoven with natural jute, cotton, and wool fibers, so you can expect this rug to feel like a cloud on your feet. And the pattern will last for years, too.

Cons: You can only place this rug one way in your space (with the fringe to the sides versus under furniture), so that can limit your layout.

 

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How to Layer Rugs: Design Tips for Styling Layered Rugs

Layered rugs. You’ve seen the look on all your favorite design blogs. You’ve pinned images and dreamed of having this casual but considered look in your own home. But you might be feeling stumped as to how to actually pull off this look.

Rug layering is a design trick that makes your space seem extra thoughtful, well-designed, and curated. It gives your space a more nuanced look and adds a dose of coziness. And here’s the good news: there’s actually no one right way to approach layered rugs. But there are a few best practices!

Want to know how to ace the layered rug look in your space? Keep reading for our best tips and ideas for how to layer rugs in rooms throughout your home!

how to layer rugsWoven + Patterned Rugs

Use your layered rugs to anchor a cozy, conversational seating area in your living room, with your coffee table centered over two layered rugs. An old-world patterned rug layered over a chunky wool and jute rug adds color and texture to the space.

Why It Works

This layering, similar to the bedroom example above, adds depth and a pop of color to your decor scheme. Plus, it helps to expand the seating area perimeter so there’s a little more breathing room between furniture while still having enough floor coverage.

Where To Use It

This is a great approach for large living rooms. It allows all of your sitting area furniture to be on the rug without a singular large rug. Check out our living room rug size guide if you want extra help with sizing.

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Jute + Traditional Rugs

Here’s a no-fail way to think about layering rugs. Use a large jute rug as your base, then layer a bold-print or traditional patterned rug on top for some color and pattern. This is a perfect approach for if you have a smaller vintage or statement rug that wouldn’t be the right size on its own. But layer it over a larger rug and it works with the space!

Why It Works

This layering technique adds dimension and stylistic layers to your space—and just gives it a polished look! We love the combo of the different textures that help bring a space to life. Wondering why jute rugs make such a great base rug? Read our guide to natural fiber rugs to learn more.

Where To Use It

This is great for bedrooms, or anywhere that you want extra cushion underfoot. We love that the jute rug gives ample floor covering and the top rug pulls in colors from the rest of the room while adding a softer layer to the floor.

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how to layer rugsJute + Shag Rugs

To get a lot of floor coverage, start with a jute rug as your base, then layer a shag rug on top for an extra-cozy layer. This is a great way to utilize a rug that’s too small on its own but that you really want to showcase!

Why It Works

The jute rug covers a lot of the floor. (This one is 9.5×13.5!) Meanwhile, the shag rug adds color and a fun pattern to the space while also creating a super soft surface.

Where To Use It

This is great for kids spaces, so you kids can comfortably play on the floor. (Bonus: add a sheepskin in a reading nook for an extra cozy third layer!) But really, the idea works anywhere you want extra cushion—from a living room to a bedroom or office. Pro tip: Indoor-outdoor rugs are also great kid and pet-friendly rug options!

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Flat-Weave + Hide Rugs

Love the idea of a bold accent but prefer a neutral color palette? Pop a hide rug (real or faux) over a flatweave area rug to accentuate part of your space. Want an extra splash of boldness? Opt for a hide rug with flecks of gold, like the one pictured above.

Why It Works

A hide rug adds a hint of pattern and texture without overwhelming the space. And its organic shape adds visual interest when layered over the simple flat-weave rug.

Where To Use It

Use this layering technique in small or awkward spaces. Here, we used it in a bedroom, in the narrower space between the bed and the wall, accentuating the space that is there.

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Hide + Circular Rugs

Here’s a totally different take on layering rugs. In this space, we’ve paired two irregular-shaped rugs, just slightly overlapping, for a funky and unique look.

Why It Works

Since both of these rugs lack hard edges and corners, you can easily move them around and layer them differently for a versatile and varied layout and arrangement. The organic shapes means there are no hard and fast rules about where to place them.

Where To Use It

This is a great set-up for small or oddly shaped rooms, where a large rectangular area rug might not fit or would make the space feel cramped.

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how to layer rugsJute + Round Rugs

To create a distinct zone within a larger space, layer a round accent rug on top of a large jute, rattan, or even sisal rug. The jute rug will give you the floor coverage you need, while the round rug will help section off part of the room into its own space.

Why It Works

Not only is this a fun way to layer rugs and mix shapes, colors, and patterns—but it also helps you accentuate a special area of a room, whether that’s a full reading corner or just a way to highlight a unique chair.

Where To Use It

In the room above, we used this layering technique to create a reading and sitting area within a home office. But the same idea would work in a bedroom, or even for a second seating area within a large living room!

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how to layer rugsBase + Small Accent Rugs

Do you have a small accent rug that you love, but you also like the idea of a large area rug in your bedroom for more coverage and comfort underfoot? Go for both! By layering a special “landing” rug over a base rug with a pattern, you’ll create a cozy and plush spot when stepping out of bed. And don’t be afraid of pattern on pattern—in fact, you can choose two rugs that have similar patterns and hues or are totally contrasting.

Why It Works

This layering technique adds an extra pop of color to your space and accentuates the bedside area. The layered patterns add visual interest to an otherwise simple bedroom.

Where To Use It

This approach is best used in a bedroom, on one or both sides of your bed. Not sure what size of area rug to get for the base? Check out our bedroom rug size guide.

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how to layer rugsRunners + Accent Rugs

Layer long and narrow rugs together to add pattern and softness underfoot. These can be runners, with their ends overlapping, or you can mix small rugs with runners, or even smaller area rugs depending on the space. Layer them at angles in a way that looks casual but considered.

Why It Works

Layering rugs of different sizes and patterns gives an elegant and eclectic look to any space. Just make sure the rugs overlap some to lessen the tripping hazard!

Where To Use It

This is a perfect approach for a long and narrow space, like a hallway, galley kitchen, or even a long and narrow living room.

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Stylists Picks: The Best Fall Rugs for Any Style

Rugs are a perfect way to add color, pattern, and texture to any space. They pull a room together and give a pop of personality. With the seasons changing, it’s the perfect time to spice things up and update your space with a new rug!

To help you get started, our stylists put together a quick round-up of our picks for the best rugs for fall by style. Get the scoop on our current favorites, and shop them all in the post below!

geometric rugBest Modern Rugs for Fall

Cambridge Rug

With its modern geometric pattern and blue hues, the Cambridge rug offers a modern sensibility with a good dose of fun! It’s sure to liven up your space. This rug was hand-hooked in India and is made of 100% wool – so it’s high-quality and durable. We say pair this rug with a leather sofa for the ultimate contrast.

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Meridian Rug

Another geometric number, the Meridian rug offers a more muted and refined look, without losing any of the modern lines. This rug features a triangle pattern rendered in pointed dots that gives it a unique, custom feel. This rug is also 100% wool and was hand-tufted in India.

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rustic rugBest Rustic Rugs for Fall

Reign Rug

With its geometric design and muted color scheme, the Reign rug will bring understated elegance to any home. This handwoven rug features high-quality, natural materials. Wool and jute make this rug both soft and durable – an ideal choice if you have kids. It’s the perfect addition to a home with a rustic style.

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Pamina Rug

If you’re looking for a beautiful rug at an affordable price point, this might be the best fall rug for you. The Pamina rug features a bold pattern and color scheme, which will add major style to any room. The traditional pattern feels old world, but the overdyed quality brings it into the present, perfectly blending vintage and contemporary styles.

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eclectic rugBest Boho Rugs for Fall

Nomad Rug

This 100% jute rug adds a beautiful pop of geometry to any room – and will feel at home not only in a boho space but can even fit in modern and rustic interiors. (You may remember seeing this rug in our modern lake house home tour.)

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Symbology Rug

We love the neutral organic pattern of the Symbology rug, and it’s easily one of our picks for the best rugs for fall. Not to mention the contrasting pile heights and texture give this rug extra visual interest. Justina Blakeney developed this modern and eclectic design for Loloi. It’s hand-tufted in 100% wool by artisans in India, and we love it so much that we incorporated this piece into our Desert Minimal home tour.

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traditional rugBest Classic Traditional Rugs for Fall

Layla Rug

We love the rich blues and reds of this lovely rug – and the intricate, traditional pattern really is stunning. With the spirit of a vintage rug and the price of a new one, polyester makes this rug is a super affordable option. It, of course, is home in a traditional space, but it can also give life and contrast to a more modern home.

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Seville Rug

This rug is a fan favorite from our Modsy homepage – and for good reason. The pattern is stunning, and blues and oranges liven up any interior. Hand-woven in India in 100% wool, this high-quality rug will add sophistication and style to any room.

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6 Reasons Your Bedroom Needs a Rug

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Pretty much any room in your home can benefit from a rug, but they are especially nice in a bedroom. Your bedroom is the most intimate, cozy room in the house, after all! Bedroom rug ideas take many forms to be it as wall-to-wall coverings, layered on top of carpet, or large area rugs, and they can instantly add excitement to an otherwise simple space. That’s why the list of basic bedroom essentials pretty much always includes a bed, dresser, nightstand, and a rug!

In case you’re not totally sold on the idea yet, here are 6 reasons why your bedroom needs a rug.

bedroom with nightstand1. They Keep Your Feet Cozy

It’s no secret that carpeted floors are a lot softer than hardwood or tile – not to mention more comfortable to walk and stand on. Rugs feel warm and cozy on your feet and the softness gives your floors the flexibility to absorb the weight of your footsteps. This makes for a gentler surface to tip-top across with bare feet. Plus, we can all agree that it’s much more pleasant to step out of bed onto something plush instead of hardwood.

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2. They Reduce Noise

Another main benefit of a rug is that it will significantly dampen the noise in your space. It’s quieter inside your house without the sounds of footsteps clicking back and forth across the bedroom and it also makes your room less echoey. Hard surfaces don’t absorb sound in the same way that carpet does, so you’ll notice the volume in your bedroom will be softer. Plus, those noisy neighbors downstairs won’t sound as loud when you’re trying to snooze.

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3. They Add Personality

Maybe the most obvious reason why you need a rug in your bedroom is to show off your style! A rug adds color, pattern, and texture to a space to give it a more polished and personal look. It’s also a super-easy way to refresh your space without breaking the bank! A new rug can totally change the look and feel of your room in a flash.

 

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4. They Help Define the Space

You can use bedroom rugs to define or separate your space. This is especially useful in studio apartments where you might want the bedroom section to feel separate from your living area. And if your bedroom is on the larger side, a rug under the bed can help “zone” and define the space. If you already have carpet, this can also be a great way to add contrast and create further definition between particular areas.

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5. They Protect Your Floors

If you have beautiful floors it might seem counterintuitive to cover them up with a rug. But, as you can see, there are lots of reasons why a bedroom needs a rug and you can rest assured knowing that it is actually helping to keep your floors safe and scuff-free! A bedroom rug is the easiest way to protect floors, especially in high-traffic areas, from scratches and scuffs.

 

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6. They Tie the Room Together

A rug is absolutely one of our bedroom must-haves because, without it, a room can look unfinished. If you’ve ever walked into a bedroom with bare floors, you know the feeling. It can appear stark and scattered, as though the furniture is floating in the room. A rug is a perfect one-step formula for making any bedroom (or any room, really) look pulled together and calm, perfect for getting a good night’s sleep.

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5 Reasons To Love Indoor-Outdoor Rugs

When it comes to decor pieces that do it all, we like to think of indoor-outdoor rugs as a triple threat. Why? They’re affordable, stylish, and wondrously durable. They’re made to survive the elements outdoors, making them equally durable for the indoors. And they come in a wide array of colorful styles, so they can really ground the look in a room.

If you’re still not convinced, here are five reasons for why we love indoor-outdoor rugs that might just inspire you to consider one for your home!

indoor-outdoor rugs1. They’re Easy To Clean

Probably the best part about indoor-outdoor rugs is that they’re low-maintenance when it comes to cleaning. Red wine spill? No problem. Spaghetti sauce accident? Just wipe it right off with some soap and a damp cloth.

To give your indoor-outdoor rug a more thorough clean, simply take it outside and hose it down with some mild soap and scrub it out with a brush. Most are made of synthetic fibers, so it’s virtually impossible to ruin the rug with too much washing or scrubbing.

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indoor-outdoor rugs2. They’re Affordable

We all know rugs designed to last can be pretty expensive. Indoor-outdoor rugs, on the contrary, happen to have a much wider range of affordable options. And it’s usually based on the size of the rug rather than the weave or design.

Plus, they often look just as great as indoor rugs, except you’re guaranteed a piece that’s made to last.

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indoor-outdoor rugs3. They’re Durable

Speaking of lasting design, it goes without saying that indoor-outdoor rugs are totally awesome because of how strong they are. Not only can they handle the occasional spill (see point number 1), they can also stand up to crazy foot traffic in the busiest areas of the home, like the entry or the family room.

Our favorite ways to use them? Lay down one or two indoor-outdoor runners in your kitchen, hallway, or bathroom—just make sure you keep them in place with rug pads!

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indoor-outdoor rugs4. They’re Great for Kids and Pets

Another place where indoor-outdoor rugs can make a huge difference is in a playroom or kids room. Pick an option that’s soft enough for children to crawl around, stomp, and spread out.

Plus they’re safeguarded against juice spills and food crumbs. If you have pets in the home, those paws and claws won’t be a problem with one of these rugs.

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indoor-outdoor rugs5. They Come in Lots of Styles

It’s often surprising to see all the different stylish options for indoor-outdoor rugs on the market. There are endless options for you to choose from! Whether it’s a colorful, fun traditional pattern, a super neutral, minimal design, or a bold geometric graphic piece, you’re bound to find one that suits your taste.

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Designers’ Picks – Our 5 Favorite Rugs Under $500

cheap rugsRugs are one of the most important elements in designing a room – they tie the space together, help reduce noise, and keep your feet cozy! But – spoiler alter – rugs can also be one of the most expensive items in your room (sometimes even more than a sofa).

And if you’ve ever googled “cheap rugs” you know how frustrating it is to find what seems like a great deal only to discover it’s 2 by 3 feet large! A $100 for a doormat? No thanks.

So what’s a style-savvy, price-conscious person to do? Luckily, we’re familiar with this conundrum and have a few tricks (or rugs) up our sleeves to help. We polled our Modsy Designers on their favorite cheap rugs under $500 and styled the most popular picks in our rug studio.

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Keep scrolling to see our five favorite rugs under $500 and shop your favorites in our rug studio! (Not sure how much you should spend on a rug? These 4 questions can help.)

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The Vintage Medallion Rug, $332

This classical rug from NuLoom features a traditional medallion pattern in a subtle shade of blue. The perfect statement piece, the larger 8×10 size will look great but won’t break the bank – yay for cheap rugs!

Made of polypropylene, our designers’ recommend this rug for low-traffic rooms, like a bedroom or formal living room. While it is stain resistant, these fibers absorb oil like crazy (polypropylene is actually used to help clean oil spills!) so it’s not a great choice for your dining room or any place prone to frequent spills!

And while it features a classic pattern, this rug actually works well in a myriad of styles! From mid-century modern to bohemian, don’t be afraid to try it in your space no matter what your style!

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The Paramount Rug, $238

Have a room in need of a design pick-me-up? This rug from our friends at Tanjore is sure to do the trick! The Southwestern-inspired pattern is ready to punch up any space, and the neutral hues make for easy pairing with most decor.

Try it with a leather sofa or layered over a jute rug to add texture to your space. The Paramount rug features a low pile making it easier to clean and helps it sit nicely under door ways. Also made of polypropylene, the Paramount is better suited for low traffic areas where you’ll get the most longevity out of it!

The Paramount measures in at 7’9″ x 11’2″, making it slightly longer and narrower than your standard rug. This is great if your space happens to be on the longer/narrower side, but might not be the best fit if you’re looking for a true 8′ x 10′ rug.

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The Herringbone Indigo Woven Cotten Rug, $438

This bestseller of a rug is not only a quality piece, but also one of our favorite cheap rugs! Made by our friends at Dash & Albert, the Herringbone Indigo rug is super durable making it a great fit for your high-traffic rooms.

If you’re looking to add a pop of style to your space, the herringbone pattern is a timeless choice that will look great for years to come. Don’t miss the fact that this rug is made form natural cotton and sports a flat-weave construction that’s easy to care for.

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The Leather Dressage Rug, $249

This handwoven rug from CB2 is truly a steal for the size and quality. If you’re looking for a piece that’s unique and interesting but not too much of a statement, the Leather Dressage rug is where it’s at.

Made from recycled leather, this rug is great a great way to add texture to your space and is another great choice for high-traffic rooms. Also suited for households with pets, the leather construction makes this rug extra durable!

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The Serapi Rug, $387

Another of our favorite cheap rugs from Tanjore, the Serapi features a traditional pattern rendered in eye-catching colors. The faded design give this rug a vintage feel (without the vintage price tag) that will add depth and character to your space.

The Serapi pairs beautifully with any interior, but we styled ours with a luxurious leather sofa for a traditional yet eclectic look.

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The Modsy Rug Shop – Our Designers Pick Their 5 Favorite Rugs

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‘Tis the season for hibernating! If you’re getting ready to hunker down and weather the weather, a ew cozy touches can go along way in readying your home for the season.

One of the best ways to instantly cozy-ify any room is with a rug. But with so many options to choose from, it can be difficult finding the perfect option for your space.

To help, we rounded up 5 of our Modsy Designers’ favorite rugs. Browse our Modsy Rug Shop to see the picks and log in and shop the Rug Studio to make them yours!

Modsy Rug ShopThe Vienna Rug

This Persian style rug is both timeless and beautiful, and is a perfect way to add a burst of elegance to any space.

Try it in your rustic, classic, or even traditional living room. It also works well in bedrooms, home offices, and even dining rooms!

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Modsy Rug ShopThe Kota Woven Rug

Featured in our Best Seller Design Studio as well as our Modsy x Chris Loves Julia collection, the Kota rug sports a trendy pattern that works in all kinds of rooms and design styles. A soft yet statement-making piece, the Kota offers a modern eclectic feel, with plush comfort for any room in the house.

Try it on in your living room, bedroom, hallway, or even playroom for an instant design pick-me-up!

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Modsy rug shopThe Seville Rug

One of our most-popular rugs, and the star of our homepage, this multi-colored beauty puts a unique twist on a traditional look. Try layering it over a natural fiber rug for some extra texture, or style it on its own.

Pair the Seville with eclectic or Mid-Century style interiors for a looks that’s sure to have all your friends asking where you got it.

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modsy rug shopThe Hampton Rug

What looks like a best-selling rug, but doesn’t dent your wallet like a best-selling rug? The Hampton! Featuring a timeless pattern and just enough texture, the Hampton makes itself right at home among all kinds of styles.

If your design style is rustic, classic, or even transitional, give the Hampton a go and watch your room tie itself together.

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The Nuuk Rug

Perfect for layering, especially for the fall and winter months, the Nuuk sheepskin rug comes in all shapes, sizes, and even a few colors.

This rug works with any style and in almost any space. Add it to your living room for extra cozy vibes! It’s also a great addition to nurseries, bedrooms and even home offices.

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