By Michelle Gage

Published on April 18, 2016

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by Michelle Gage

In an eating environment, a jute rug is a non-fussy way to bring in some texture.

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A bohemian space is nothing without its jute rug.

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Under all of this perfectly curated clutter, lies a golden jute rug.

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Mixed with glam golden and fur features, this rug is instantly elevated.

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Layered under a smaller bright and graphic rug, this sisal rug is a great way to mix textures.

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This glam retreat gets the texture treatment with a great jute rug.

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Under this creamy white flokati rug lives this great golden sisal rug.

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To enhance your already clean bedroom, layer down a basic non-printed jute rug.

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Add a natural rug to your living room to get in a little vacation vibe.

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Let light bounce into your little bedroom and onto your natural textured rug.

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Find a smaller, more affordable vintage rug at a flea market and throw it over your large, less expensive jute one.

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Natural materials, in both the furniture and decorative accessories, combine to create a soothing space.

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Under a cowhide, this jute rug layers perfectly in this lovely living room.

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In a round format, this ornate jute rug is a focal point of this space.