New area rugs
can transform the look and feel of any room. Whether a colorful runner rug or soft shag, we’ve got rugs in sizes and shapes for every space. Rugs for the Whole Home
There’s a place for rugs all around your home, inside and out. Update your patio and balcony spaces with an outdoor rug
that’s built to resist mold and mildew and protect bare feet from the elements. Protect high-traffic hallway floors with runner rugs
and soften your stairs with stair runners
in a style to match your décor.
Looking for comfort in high-traffic nooks? Scatter welcome mats, kitchen mats and bathroom mats around the house. Mats
make your space super comfortable, and you’ll protect your floor at the same time. Rug Shapes Make a Difference
Consider a round rug
for small rooms, it’ll make the room feel larger. When placed under a dining table, the round-shaped rug will soften up the corners and edges of your table. Use a rectangular rug in your bedroom to make sure your feet fall on soft comfort when you get in and out of bed.
A fun kid's rug
can perk up a child’s room. The same goes for a sport’s rugs
for the fans in the house. Kids are messy and spills happen while cheering for your team. Consider machine washable rugs
for the spaces you know will get dirty often. Rug Colors, Styles and Materials Shag rugs
of today still exemplify comfort and style with a thick pile that makes them durable. Classic floor covers like shag and Oriental Rugs
remain always in style. Moroccan rugs
, known for their built-to-last quality, have a slightly exotic, yet elegant feel.
Though you have choices in area rugs in every color you can think of, black and white rugs
are a safe bet for any space. If you are looking for a hypoallergenic rug, a genuine cowhide rug is good for those with allergies. Faux cowhide rugs
look just as stylish but are not made of genuine leather. Sheepskin rugs
will keep you warm in winter, cool in summer. They’re also hypoallergenic. Jute rugs
are made of a natural fiber braided tightly for durability. Easy to keep clean jute is affordable and eco-friendly. Sisal rugs
are similar in look and feel but are made from the agave plant. Both give a soft texture and organic charm. Braided rugs
can be made of a range of materials from wool to cotton. Traditionally, they are like the quilts of rugs, made from scraps of materials. Today’s braided rugs are some of the most durable and appealing.