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A red jute rug is a perfect way to breathe new life into your home. Jute is an eco-friendly, durable material that can stand up to high levels of traffic. The fibers are smooth, making them perfect for any room in your home. And with a standout color like red, your new rug is sure to add character and visual appeal.
We hope you enjoy our selection from trusted brands, including Safavieh, Weave and Wander, Jaipur Living, and more, as you shop for the perfect red jute area rug. With so many beautiful designs to choose from, there’s something for everyone’s tastes.
For most of us, the most challenging aspect of choosing a new rug is picking between several designs we love. Sure, you know that you want a red jute area rug, but which one? We can help you narrow down your choices based on what you need, which should make choosing your favorite design easier.
We’ve highlighted some of our most helpful tips below to help you decide what you want and need from your new red jute rug. Keep reading to get inspired.
Red comes in a rainbow of shades and hues, and it helps to know if you’re looking for a dark red wine jute rug, a bright red jute rug, or something else. The pattern and style of your rug will also play a big part in how it looks in your space. Do you want a brown jute rug with a red border or maybe a jute striped red rug?
The best way to identify what would work best in your space is to examine the current color palette and style. Then, pick a shade of red, accent colors (if applicable), patterns, and styles you’d like to look for in a rug. Reference online photo inspiration if you’re unsure.
Measure your room and choose a rug size that will leave at least 24” of space between the edges of the rug and your walls. For example, a room that’s 8x10 would work well with a red jute rug 4x6. If you’re working with limited space, a 12” border between the edges of your rug and the walls can work, but this can make some areas look and feel cramped.
For shape, examine the area and decide if you’d like a standard rectangular red jute rug. If not, would a red jute rug runner or a round red jute rug work better? Once you decide on a size and shape, give our room visualizer tool a try to see it in your space. This can save you time and money by keeping you from buying the wrong size.
We recommend that you keep your red jute rug on a quality rug pad. This will prevent early signs of wear while keeping your rug in place and reducing friction damage to the backing and pile.
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