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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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Decorating with Moroccan Style Rugs

Mango and Salt
Mango & Salt

When it comes to decor, Moroccan rugs have been gradually gaining steam and popularity over the past few years. Bright and bold, muted and soft. There’s an entire range of this trend just waiting out there for you to embrace and make it your own in any room that’s asking for a little extra something.

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The most common style I’ve been seeing on the regular is a shaggy black and white version, in fact, I have a similar one in my own living room. It acts as a neutral while adding a dose of cultural decor flair to whatever space it lives within.

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On the flip side, Moroccan rugs are also a great way to add some color to a space full of neutrals, all while giving a punch of texture to your decor.

**Pro Tip: Any time I can make a purchase that’s adding more than one element to a room I try and take advantage of it!

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Moroccan rugs can be a real showstopper, the focal point of a room in fact. Think big, think small. Colorful or neutral. Adding one to your space is a total game changer that will have guests ooh-ing and ahh-ing.

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Mood Board to Room: Decorating with Coffee + Cream

Coffe and Cream

Cafés provide rich fodder for inspiration: just imagine the pleasure of the first sip of coffee in the morning, the happy bustle in your favorite café, the beauty of coffee art on your latte, or savoring the rich scent of freshly ground beans in the market. Today we will walk through the process of translating a mood board (shown above) to some concrete ideas for decorating a room. First, let’s take a closer look at that mood board. The images I’ve chosen feature beautiful coffee art, a café scene, as well as a few interiors that use the rich tones of coffee and cream. I’m noticing rich wood, textiles in warm brown and cream, artwork in natural tones, and pale, creamy walls.

To bring this to life in your space, start with the “envelope” of your room: the floors and walls. Deep espresso-stained wood floors paired with pale cream walls create a lovely, soothing backdrop for a range of neutral hues in this open, loft-like space. Industrial style wood and metal furnishings call to mind both vintage schoolhouses and cafés, while an eclectic assortment of textiles on the bed brings warmth and tells an interesting visual story.

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Or, for a fun twist, put the “coffee” color on the walls with a feature wall made from cork tiles, and paint the floors fresh white. A worn wood farm table paired with sleek, modern white chairs creates pleasing contrast between old and new. This space would be perfect for a creative who works from home, as you could use it as a dining room in the evening, and pin inspiration and notes right to the wall during the work day.

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Enrich a warm neutral scheme with a luscious rug covering the floor. Playing with texture helps a neutral space look and feel more interesting, so consider going with a nubby natural fiber, plush Moroccan style, or even a rug woven with leather.

Are you inspired by a coffee and cream palette or café style? Share your thoughts in the Comments!

Rug Shopping Guide (clockwise from top left): Jaipur Rugs Zuri ZumundaAnji Mountain Bamboo Collection Odyssey in dark brown and tan; Safavieh Vintage in stone; Nourison Capelle in espresso.

Image Credits (from top to bottom): Domino MagazineKinfolk Magazine; Instagram account of Leslie ShewringDomino Magazine.

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Decorating with OLD BRAND NEW: Small Living Room Updates

We’re excited to share that we’ve teamed up with Dabito of OLD BRAND NEW to bring you some major home style in the coming weeks!

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First up, a living room tour featuring our Scandinavia rug by Jaipur. Infused with the perfect amount of high-contrasting colors, and an eclectic mix of textures and styles, you’ll want to get the full scoop on this space from Dabito by stopping by his blog here.

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Tell us! What’s your favorite part of the space?

 

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