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10 Of Our Favorite Rugs Direct Spaces

We’ve seen some amazing home transformations with the use of our rugs so we’ve decided to share some of our favorites with you!

Studio McGee + Rugs DirectEntryway Design by Studio McGee | Surya Smithsonian Rug 

Studio Matsalla + Rugs DirectBedroom Design by Studio Matsalla | Oriental Weavers Kaleidoscope Rug

Jojotastic + Rugs Direct
Office Design by Jojotastic | Loloi Rugs Sahara Rug

Becki Owens + Rugs DirectLiving Room Design by Becki Owens | Loloi Rugs Journey Rug

Old Brand New Living RoomLiving Room Design by Old Brand New | Jaipur Scandinavia Rug

Grey and Scout Bedroom
Bedroom Design by Grey & Scout | Jaipur Striped Rug

PIrates and Peonies Living Room
Living Room Design by Pirates & Peonies | Kaleen Restoration Rug

Simple Stylings + Rugs DirectBreakfast Nook Design by Simple Stylings | Loloi Rugs Grand Canyon Rug

Crannyandme Living RoomCrannyandMeBedroomBedroom/Living Room Design by Cranny + Me | Jaipur Rugs Coastal Shores Rug

Amanda Jane Jones Living RoomLiving Room Design by Amanda Jane Jones | Loloi Rugs Oakwood Rug 

Which room is your favorite? Tell us in the comments!

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Design a Welcoming Entrance with Entryway Rugs

Entryways 1

A well-designed entryway is a marriage of form and function. To create the perfect entryway, incorporate the three P’s into your decor: Personality, practicality, and peace. Personality is the specific style you choose, and it sends a message about your unique perspective on the world. Practicality is the consideration for the many capacities of an entryway, including storage and traffic control.  And peace is the sum of the first two as well as so much more. It is the grounding and positive energy that says to everyone who crosses your threshold, ‘Come in and stay awhile’.

Entryways 2

Floor coverings play a major role in the three P’s of entryway design. For the most versatile effect, look for neutral runners that incorporate a sense of utilitarian beauty. The long, narrow proportions of a runner direct the flow from your front door into the rest of your space. Weighty materials like sisal or synthetic wool blends not only remain anchored beneath foot traffic, they also withstand years of wear and tear. Natural hues such as ecru, beige, and tan complement a diverse range of styles, while subtle patterns offer a dynamic sensibility that complements the rest of your entryway decor. Choose your entryway runner wisely and it will welcome you home for years to come!

Shopping Guide: 1. Patterned Runner 2. Traditional Patterned Runner 3. Traditional Oriental Runner 4. Sisal Runner 5. Neutral Runner Rug 6. Natural Fiber Runner

Images: 1. 2. 3

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The Most Popular Interiors of 2014

With the new year on its way, we wanted to take a look back at some of the most popular interiors of 2014 according to you — our followers. We scoured our Pinterest page and found 15 of the most pinned interiors of the year. Enjoy!

Patterns

Via: Style at Home

Colorful Kitchen

Via: A Lovely Lark

black and white

Via: Modernisti Kodikas

Colorful Entry

Via: Design Mom

Minimal Kitchen

Via: Nordic Days

Yellow Bedroom

Via: Quintessence

Eclectic

Via: Design*Sponge

Blue Rug

Via: Emily Henderson

Southwest Entry

Via: Bowerhouse

Serene Living Room

Via: Lonny

Suzani Bedroom

Via: Carla Aston

Living Room

Via: designlovefest

Script Rug

Via: Decorated Life

Neutral Living Room

Via: Delight By Design

Kitchen

Via: Domino

Which room is your favorite? Tell us in the comments!

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Tips to Winterize Your Entry

Winter Foyer

Winter is here, and with it comes chillier weather and shorter days… and drafty doorways! Keep your entry toasty, festive, and bright this winter with a few quick updates. Starting outdoors, add a boot scraper and sturdy door mat to catch muck before it enters your home. Just inside the door, add another rug to protect your floors, and add a layer of warmth and style. If you’re looking to update your walls, consider having outdoor winter photos blown up and framed; or write a special message on a large chalkboard to welcome guests. Sturdy wicker baskets to hold winter accessories, and a boot tray to hold shoes, are other must-haves.

Winter Foyer 2

In the Scandinavian countries, people must deal with very long, cold winters, so it makes sense to turn to Scandinavian style in the cold months of the year. All-white entryways (yes, even the floors!) are a bit harder to keep clean, but the cheerful light they bring your home is well worth it. Add a soft colored neutral rug, furry, fluffy throw, and twinkling white lights to complete the cozy scene.

Winter Foyer 3

When putting together your winter entryway, think about adding smart storage pieces like the Jack White Bookshelf to hold mittens, scarves, and bags. Cover the floors with a hardworking natural fiber rug, like the Jaipur rugs natural Sanibel plus, and drape a cozy throw (we like the Rizzy Home decorative throw) over a bench.

Now we would love to hear from you: how do you tweak your entryway for winter? Please share your tips in the Comments section below!

Shopping Guide: 1. Jaipur rugs natural Sanibel plus; 2. Safavieh Kenya rug; 3. Decorative pillows; 4. Jack White Bookshelf; 5. Nathan walnut brown accent table; 6. Rizzy Home decorative throw.

Image Sources: Nordic DesignArt.comCity FarmhouseArt and ChicLooklabSims HilditchBoscolo Interior Design.

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