Anyone who’s been following Loren’s World for a while knows just how much I love home décor. With our most recent home investment in Greenwich, Connecticut, I’ve been so thrilled to play such an active role in getting it designed and decorated exactly the way I love. And, the design process has been just that – a labor of love! It has its ups and downs, trial and error just like everything else in life. But one thing I’ve learned from the process: accessories matter. They really do! The right accessory can make or break the whole look of a room and the one that truly anchors a room? Rugs. I’ve learned so much about rugs since purchasing this home that now I find myself looking at rugs and adding rugs to my décor wish lists. If you don’t have any experience purchasing rugs or you’re newly searching for rugs – there are so many stunning ones out there. Like art for a room, they really are a finishing touch that’s so important to the process. Keep reading to see what’s topping my list with six rugs you didn’t even know you need:
6 Rugs You Didn’t Know You Needed
If you’re going for a modern look, check out these stunners:
The Shibori Collection is a group of casual heavy looped rugs made in India from distinctive tie dyed premium virgin wool. Fabric: Blended New Zealand Wool.
Hudson is a sophisticated collection of linear stripes and colors. Beautifully hand tufted in India of 100% Blended New Zealand Wool.
If you’re looking for something more muted and classic, here are few you’ll fall in love with:
A simply awe inspiriting classic rug with the add panache of today’s vibrant colors. Fabric: Blended New Zealand Wool.
Eternity is an elegant collection of tasteful and sophisticated orthodox rugs with the add refinement of graceful hand craving. Eternity will be that very special rug your friends and family envy. Fabric: Blended New Zealand Wool.
Perhaps a boho vibe is more your thing – perfect for a bedroom or maybe your home office. Here are a couple of beautiful options:
The Kanoka Collection is a group of elegant tie dyed looped pile area rugs. Hand-tufted in India of blended New Zealand virgin Wool with highlights of Art silk (Viscose).
The Kimaya Collection is an eccentric monochromatic hand knot rug produced of the finest all natural wool with the addition of a distinctive medallion of high luster Art Silk (Viscose).
I love these six so much – I’m trying to find a place for all of them! Do you have much experience buying rugs for your home? What’s your favorite style of rug?