13 nontraditional ways to decorate with rugs
give your house a unique spring update.
Published Mar 28, 2016 1:00 PM
by Michelle Gage
Instead of a standard headboard, opt for a hanging rug to fill your wall space.
Nestled in the curve of this hanging chair, a faux fur rug adds an extra touch of softness to this space.
On your back porch or patio, a sisal rug helps to pull all of your pieces together.
In replacement of a beat up bathmat, try a laying a vibrant rug down the center of your bathroom.
As upholstery, a Moroccan rag rug adds a touch of texture to this sterile white space.
Running down the hall, a layering of pop-of-color patterned rugs acts as a substitute for the standard runner.
In your soulful living room, a pile of pillows pair perfectly over this indoor picnic placement.
As art, this rug brings in a beautiful burst of vivacious color.
A trend we’re taking note of is the addition of the kilim rug to kitchens–here’s hoping it doesn’t go away any time soon!
Layered over a geometric jute rug, this faux fur addition offers the right balance of softness.
Host an outdoor dinner party, starring a pair of jam-tone rugs as your guests of honor.
Put a twist on the traditional stairway carpeting by decorating with a killer kilim.
Maybe more aspirational than achievable, this dreamy rug fort is one for the record books.