The Summer Decor Staple You Should Be Buying Now
Hint: It can live both indoors and out.
Updated Oct 22, 2018 6:59 PM
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Selma Orange Flat Weave, Aelfie, $89
If you’re not one to shy away from color, this vibrant floor piece is the one for you. Featuring a fresh take on a classic pattern, the piece’s unapologetic embrace of color designates it as a decorative risk well worth taking. The best part? It’s reversible, so really, you’re getting a solid two-for-one deal.
Summit Indoor/Outdoor Rug, West Elm, on sale $224 – $674
Who doesn’t love a good layered situation? We’re swooning over the graphic details and eye-catching hues of this outdoor-friendly situation, which comes complete with a varied slew of decorative styles that beautifully complement one another. The earthy-meets-indigo tones of the Summit (top left) make for the ideal color base for the pieces that go on top—soothing blues, woven naturals, and even rugs that boast a palette of contrasting hues will pair beautifully with the piece.
Sabrina Indoor/Outdoor Rug, Anthropologie, $248 –$1,598
Who can resist such a cheery pop of color? It’s no secret that yellow is the It shade of the year and we can’t think of a better way to bring the hue home than by way of an equally style-worthy landing pad. Suitable for use both indoors and out, this versatile piece is the focal point your room’s been missing.
Vintage Turkish Flat Weave, ABC Carpet & Home, $900
Whether it’s the terracotta and blush-toned embroidery or the enthralling blue backdrop, this landing pad may be more artful than functional. Either way, we definitely won’t shy away from bringing it home, utilizing it as the ultimate, show-stopping focal point every room deserves. Act fast though, it is one-of-a-kind.
Floor Rug with Fringes & Knots, Casa Amarosa
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Lark Rug, Amigos de Hoy, $349
If the understated is more your speed, let us suggest this minimalist number, which boasts just the right touch of color (hey, black counts) and pattern. While this monochromatic landing pad will complement just about any decor scheme—from the pattern-filled maximalist to whitewashed minimalism—we’d love to see it paired with a boho chic aesthetic fueled by bold neutrals and earthy accents.
Moroccan Sabra Silk, Woven
Crafted from a luxe fabric, derived from the aloe vera cactus, Sabra silk is a durable yet elegant material that will impart your space with an air of effortless cool. Aside from this one’s beautifully understated design, it’s the colorful slew of symbolic figures that have us completely enraptured with this piece.
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