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Looking for a simple, neutral style chameleon that’s beloved by fancy decorators and beach bums alike? A jute area rug could be just the right pick for you — keep reading for the inside scoop on these hardworking and budget-friendly favorites.
About Jute Area RugsJute area rugs are made from the same natural plant fibers used to create burlap. These long fibers are spun into soft yet strong threads, creating a durable, affordable rug with rich texture and a dirt-hiding neutral hue. Jute area rugs are great for layering and work well with any style.
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Decorating with Jute Area RugsJute fibers have been used for hundreds of years to create twine, rope, burlap and cloth. Jute rugs are strong and durable, but have a softer feel underfoot than sisal, making jute a better choice for bedrooms than rougher-textured sisal. Jute’s natural, neutral hue makes a versatile base beneath smaller rugs in bold colors or fluffier textures.
Room By RoomGet ideas for styling your jute area rug in each room with this quick decorating checklist.
Styling and Care Tips for Jute Area RugsWondering where not to use jute rugs? It’s not advised to use jute rugs alone (although layered can work!) in the dining room, because stains can be hard to remove from jute. And since jute does absorb water, skip these rugs in the bathroom, where the humidity can wreak havoc with these natural fibers.
Keep your jute rug looking fabulous with these simple care and maintenance tips:
Jute area rugs can work beautifully with any style. Here are a few ideas for styling your jute rug with your decorating look in mind:
5 Ways to Layer Your Jute Area Rug Like a ProAdd an extra layer of style to your goes-with-anything jute area rug by choosing one of these five foolproof layering partners:
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