If you want to breathe new life into your home, do it with a green geometric rug. Geometric patterns work well for modernizing a space that feels outdated. Green is a popular color in all things design, especially with the current focus on eco-everything. Looks ranging from houseplant jungles to sage green walls are here to stay for some time, and the green geometric area rug fits right in with this trend.
As you shop for the perfect green geometric area rug, we hope you enjoy our selection from top brands, including Surya, Dalyn, and Spicher and Company. With so many designs to choose from, there’s something for everyone’s home.
Picking the Best Green Geometric Rug
If you're like most people, the most challenging part of picking a green geometric rug is finding the best fit instead of wanting to buy them all. We recommend considering what you want and need for your space so that you can pinpoint exactly what you’re looking for. And don’t forget to use the search filters to refine your results if needed.
We’ve highlighted vital considerations to make this process easier. Keep reading if you'd like some help getting started:
Color and Pattern
You already know that you want a green geometric rug, so you have most of the color and pattern preferences figured out. However, it's worth taking time to consider what shade of green you'd like and if you'd like any accent colors.
This step could be the difference between picking a blue and green geometric rug, green and white geometric rug, dark green geometric rug, lime green geometric rug, or an emerald green geometric rug.
Look at the existing decor in the room that you’re decorating to determine the best accent color(s), if any, and the best type of geometric pattern for your rug.
Material and Durability
The material your rug is made from will impact how well it holds up to different levels of traffic and exposure. If you want to use your rug on the patio or another exterior location, for example, a green geometric outdoor rug would be able to stand up to the exposure to moisture, soil, and sunlight.
On the other hand, if you're decorating a low-traffic indoor location, more delicate materials like wool, silk, or viscose would work well. Look at the cleaning requirements for materials before you decide on one, too, to be sure you'll be able to keep your rug beautiful for years to come.
Measure the space that you’re decorating to pick the best dimensions for your green geometric area rug. Ideally, you want to keep around 24” between the edges of your rug and the walls, so choose your size accordingly.
You can test the dimensions you choose by outlining them in masking tape on your floor. This step lets you see how much space the rug will cover before you buy.
We recommend keeping all rugs on a quality rug pad to prevent early signs of wear. Add a pad to your cart before checking out with your green geometric rug.
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