These Are the Rugs You Need in Your Home—And How to Style Them

A great rug doesn't just cozy up your space. It also looks great, ties your room together, and lasts for years to come. These rugs combine the best of both worlds for a look and feel you'll love.

Bedroom with white and gray trellis rug photo

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Moroccan Trellis Rug

Bring some boho into your space with this subtly patterned rug. Its neutral color scheme blends in effortlessly to your room, pulling the space together (and keeping you cozy with its ultra-plush weaving!). This rug would look great in a bedroom with a feminine, modern, or minimalist theme. (houzz.com)

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Living room with blue and white floral rug photo

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Country and Floral Turnbull Area Rug

For a classic and sophisticated look, try this bold floral area rug. Its deep blue color brightens up an otherwise neutral space, but its beige floral pattern ensures the look isn't too extreme. We'd place it in an all-white living room or formal dining room to give the room some life. (houzz.com)

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Living room with large rectangular jute rug photo

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Cira Jute Area Rug

Jute rugs are a longtime design favorite for a reason: They're simple enough to complement many different décor styles, yet soft and shiny enough to be not just pretty, but also practical in your home. We'd place it in a boho bedroom or in a sunroom for a slightly tropical feel. (houzz.com)

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Room with bright yellow and white damask rug photo

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Nourison Harper Damask Rug

Modernism is having a major moment, and whether you prefer mid-century modern or truly contemporary style, this rug will become one of your favorites. It brings a bright and sunny feel to any room with its fun, bold pattern and color scheme. We suggest pairing it with neutral furniture and décor to let the rug speak for itself. (houzz.com)

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Living room with large faded blue and white rug photo

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Studio Seven Evoke Rug

Not every rug needs to be the centerpiece of the room. This one is neutral, with a very subtle faded pattern, so you don't have to plan all your furniture and décor around it. It's ideal for spreading on the floor for extra warmth thanks to its super-soft construction. We can picture it with similarly light-colored pieces, or jazz it up with a bold blue velvet couch. (houzz.com)

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Red, blue, and brown southwest-patterned rug photo

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Nourison Baja Area Rug

If you're a fan of desert style, you can feel like you're living in the Southwest even if you're far from it. This tribal-patterned rug adds a worldly feel to any space, and since it's reversible, you can simply flip it over for more even wear. Its vibrant colors will brighten up your space and make it seem bigger, so we'd place the rug in a small bedroom or entryway. (houzz.com)

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Living room with large-print floral rug photo

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Kaleen Brooklyn Area Rug

Bolden up a sophisticated space with this intricately-patterned floral rug. With its large, vine-y print, it's a conversation piece that feels as luxurious as it looks. Place it in your living room with a giant tan armchair and love seat to boost the upscale feel this rug will bring to your space. (houzz.com)

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Large white and gray rug with tassels photo

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Hand Knotted Geometric Diamond Wool Shag Rug

If you think a rug's number-one purpose is to keep your toes toasty when you first get up in the morning, this one is a must-have. With its thick shag and oversize tassels, it'll add a warm and homey feel to your space. And its simple diamond design looks good whether your style is boho, minimalist, or classic. (houzz.com)

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