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Picking the right rug for your home is a big decision and we're here to help. Our in-house design team researches and determines where the market has been, where it currently is, and how it will evolve in the future. We look to fashion, decor and art by way of print and social media, as well as industry shows and one on one conversations with customers to make these determinations. We pull inspiration everywhere from makeup to movies to really understand what looks are "in", and what customers are shopping for. Our team prides itself in determining how each trend translates into your home - keeping a good balance between trend forward and more classic, timeless designs. Check out the following trends we've highlighted and the corresponding rugs that can make a real statement in your home!

Vintage Soul - Modern classic styling meets vintage soul in this look emphasizing the enduring warmth and history of textiles. Sophisticated layering of textures make these classic patterns timeless, like an heirloom passed down from generation to generation. These designs allude to the passage of time offering a sense of quiet luxury and lasting heritage.

Vintage Soul

Boho Luxe - Deep, moody jewel tones of sapphire, ruby and amethyst weave harmoniously alongside turquoise, gold and copper for a look that is rich and storied. Timeless designs and classic motifs from around the world are layered together for an opulent celebration of pattern. Traditional designs combined with variegated yarn systems provide depth and visual interest for a lush bohemian look.

Boho Luxe

Mindful Medley - As our world becomes a balancing act of activity and reflection, our environments are increasingly becoming quiet sanctuaries from the noise. Colors are soft and tonal but encompass the entire range of neutrals from warm ivory, sand and taupe to silver and charcoal grey tones. Far from boring, the sophisticated mixing of matte and shiny as well as smooth and textured creates a welcoming story of comfort and mindfulness.

Mindful Medley

Artful Landscape - This playful movement is a break from detailed perfection, it celebrates free form and abstract patterns. We can explore the relationship between color and form using anything from the tonal cross sections of stone, the natural patina of rust or the way paint drips from the artistŽs brush. Everything can become a work of art. Whether they are created by a painter or found in the natural environment, these designs feel open and alive and bring movement to any decorated space.

Artful Landscape

Indigo Market - Like your favorite pair of jeans this look fits like a glove, is always comfortable and can go from casual to elegant in a snap. Every shade can work together effortlessly from chambray to deep indigo and washed navy to soft sea glass and tumbled mineral blue. The rich history of indigo around the world has inspired generations of timeless patterns in blues. We see it now in everything from traditional Persian patterns to simple tonal stories that create a relaxed but rich home.

Indigo Market

Texture Guild - Whether you like classic design or soft modern spaces, the best way to create depth in a room is with a variety of textures. The use of specialized yarns and weave structures, along with other tactility focused techniques, can help to create texture with a play of matte and lustrous finishes and high low surface effects. These techniques enliven the products and give them a handcrafted appeal.

Texture Guild

 
Color Style Shape/Size Collection Fiber Weave Pattern
Ash
Beige
Black
Blue
Brown
Charcoal
Gold
Green
Grey
Ivory
Midnight
Mink
Multi
Navy
Orange
Pink
Purple
Red
Rust
Sand
Slate
Stone
Tan
Taupe
Teal
White
Yellow
Pantone Universe
Tommy Bahama
Casual
Contemporary
Juvenile
Outdoor
Rug Pad
Set
Shag
Traditional
Accent
Mansion Sized
Room Sized
Round
Runner
Square
Adrienne
All-n-one
Allure
Amelia
Anastasia
Andorra
Aniston
Ansley
Arabella
Ariana
Aston
Atlas
Atrium
Bali
Bohemian
Brentwood
Cabana
Cambridge
Camden
Casablanca
Caspian
Cayman
Chloe
Color influence
Colorscape
Comfortgrip
Cosmo
Covington
Craft
Darcy
Eden
Elisa
Ella
Ellerson
Emerson
Empire
Evolution
Expressions
Finley
Focus
Foundry
Galaxy
Generations
Genesis
Genre
Hampton
Harper
Heavenly
Henderson
Heritage
Highlands
Hudson
Huntington
Huntley
Impressions
Infinity
Infused
Jamison
Jayden
Joli
Kaleidoscope
Karavia
Kasbah
Kashan
Kharma
Kharma ii
Knightsbridge
Lanai
Linden
Loft
Luxehold
Maddox
Manor
Marrakesh
Masterpiece
Matrix
Meridian
Milano
Mira
Montego
Nadira
Nomad
Optic
Outdoor
Palace
Palermo
Parker
Pasha
Prismatic
Revival
Richmond
Riviera
Rowan
Salerno
Santa rosa
Seaside
Sedona
Silhouette
Stella
Stratton
Suregrip
Tones
Tybee
Ultragrip
Utopia
Valencia
Ventura
Villa
Vintage
Voyage
Windsor
Zanzibar
Jute
Nylon
Nylon/PolyP
Polyester
Polypropylene
PolyP/Chenill
PolyP/Polyester
Wool
Wool and Viscose
Wool Blend
Handcrafted
Machine Woven
Made in the USA
Abstract
Border
Floral
Geometric
Juvenile
Oriental
Solid
Southwest/Lodge
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Floating Layout

One popular room configuration is called a "floating layout", where all of the furniture fits within the borders of the rug. Every leg should rest on the rug, leaving an adequate border around the furniture to nicely frame in a seating or dining area.

Also, the rug size should be large enough to allow a symmetrical border of exposed flooring on all four sides. If the room does not allow for symmetrical positioning, choose a size that will provide equal borders top and bottom, and side to side.

Floating Layout
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Entry Ways

Entry ways offer a great opportunity for a positive first impression, especially with a round rug or runner. These small spaces usually require a 2' x 3' up to a 4' x 6' rug. Large motifs or medallions can overwhelm a space, however smaller patterns can complement tight quarters and allow the rug to become an accent rather than a focal point.

Entry Ways
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Hallways

These long linear spaces can be effectively accented using runners that lead the eye from one area to another. Nothing can transform a boring hallyway like adding the perfect rug.

Hallways
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Kitchens

When considering a rug for the kitchen, think about the space limitations caused by cabinetry, appliances and islands. You may want to consider small rugs in front of task areas, runners or even accent rugs to properly fit the space while softening up the feel of the room.

Kitchens
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Bathrooms

Bathrooms are small by design, plus you must consider the placement of bath fixtures and vanities with incorporating a rug. You may want to choose a 2'x3', 4'x6' or even a runner to achieve the right feel without overwhelming the space.

Bathrooms
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Bedrooms

In bedrooms, there are various ways to incorporate a rug. You may choose a rug large enough to accommodate all of the room's furniture, with a symmetrical border of exposed flooring on all sides. Adding a rug under a bed is a great way to pull a room together. You can even position the rug at an angle for a unique design element.

Many times you will find that in an average size bedroom, the bed will cover the majority of a rug, you may want to choose smaller rugs to place around it instead. In addition, incorporating a patterned rug in a bedroom with solid colored carpeting can also add interest to the room's decor.

Bedrooms
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Bedrooms

In bedrooms, there are various ways to incorporate a rug. You may choose a rug large enough to accommodate all of the room's furniture, with a symmetrical border of exposed flooring on all sides. Adding a rug under a bed is a great way to pull a room together. You can even position the rug at an angle for a unique design element.

Many times you will find that in an average size bedroom, the bed will cover the majority of a rug, you may want to choose smaller rugs to place around it instead. In addition, incorporating a patterned rug in a bedroom with solid colored carpeting can also add interest to the room's decor.

Bedrooms
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Bedrooms

In bedrooms, there are various ways to incorporate a rug. You may choose a rug large enough to accommodate all of the room's furniture, with a symmetrical border of exposed flooring on all sides. Adding a rug under a bed is a great way to pull a room together. You can even position the rug at an angle for a unique design element.

Many times you will find that in an average size bedroom, the bed will cover the majority of a rug, you may want to choose smaller rugs to place around it instead. In addition, incorporating a patterned rug in a bedroom with solid colored carpeting can also add interest to the room's decor.

Bedrooms
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Dining Rooms

A good rule of thumb is that area rugs should be 3 to 4 feet larger in length and width to the dining room table. You should be able to pull a chair out and sit at the table without the chair legs falling off the edge of the rug. For the average dining table and chair grouping, typically an 8'x11' should be the minimal size considered, depending on the size of the dining table-rectangle, square, round, etc.

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Great Rooms/Living Rooms

For an awe-inspiring statement in larger areas, choose a 6'x9', 8'x11' or 10'x13' sized rug. These sizes allow for a greater design pallet, so the motifs and patterns will be prominent and more of a focal point of the roomŽs decor. Make sure you match the size of your furniture grouping by choosing a large enough rug. A rug that fits properly under your roomŽs furniture grouping anchors the elements in the room and visually brings everything together.

For very large spaces, you can always utilize the floating layout as well. With this option, all of the furniture is placed entirely on the rug. This leaves a symmetrical border of exposed flooring on all four sides of the rug. If the design of the room does not allow for symmetrical positioning, choose a size that will provide equal borders top and bottom, and side to side.

Great Rooms/Living Rooms
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Outdoor Living

Rugs have the ability to add comfort to any outdoor setting, whether it's a patio seating group or screened-in porch dining area.

Choose a rug large enough to allow for a symmetrical border of exposed decking or patio material on all four sides or, in smaller areas, a size that will provide equal borders top and bottom, and side to side.

You may want a rug large enough to accommodate all of your outdoor furniture, or simply one that allows for the front legs of your furniture grouping to rest upon it.

View indoor/outdoor area rugs.

Outdoor Living