Are you in love with lime green bathroom rugs? If so, you’re not alone. This beautiful color has popped up in modern bathrooms around the globe lately, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. Traditional bathroom colors are blue, green, and aqua, with white and metallic colors taking up the bulk of space. And since green makes an appearance in this water-themed palette, the leap to lime green isn’t hard to see.
Lime green bathroom area rugs can make your bathroom feel vibrant and lively, with a decidedly modern feel. They also work well in eclectic and bohemian style spaces. We hope you'll enjoy our selection as you shop for the perfect rugs for your household.
If you’re not finding what you’re looking for, check out our selection of green bathroom rugs for hundreds of additional choices. Lime green comes in a range of shades and tones, some of which might simply be categorized as green.
Picking Lime Green Bathroom Rugs
Once you know that you’d like lime green bathroom rugs in your home, it’s tough to go back. This standout color is a keeper, but you’ll want the right rug to make sure you’re happy with your purchase. And we’re here to help.
Below, we’ve highlighted some of our top tips for picking the perfect lime green bathroom area rugs for your home. Keep reading to learn more:
Material and Durability
The material and durability you'll need depend on your bathroom. If it's used for showering or bathing, you'll want something water-resistant. This means avoiding materials that readily absorb water, like wool and jute, in favor of more durable materials like polyester.
Look for a mat that can stand up to the moisture, shoe traffic, and soil levels in your bathroom for the best results. And read up on care requirements before you buy.
Size and Shape
The size and shape are essential for a good fit, and they’re dependent on the size and shape of your bathroom. Long, narrow bathrooms would work well with lime green bathroom runner rugs, for example, but you could also use a pair of small round lime green bathroom rugs. On the other hand, a spacious bathroom might look nice with a larger oval lime green bathroom rug in the center.
Measure your bathroom carefully and pick dimensions that will fit. Test the rug with our room visualizer tool to see how it looks in the space, and adjust the size for a smaller or larger rug if necessary.
Buy a Rug Pad
Some lime green bathroom rugs might come with a sticky backing that prevents sliding, which is standard on bathmats. If your bathroom rug doesn't come with a backing, though, you'll want a rug pad to prevent sliding for safety, practicality, and the longevity of the rug. Outdoor pads can stand up to moisture better than indoor pads, so choose according to how the room is used for a good fit.
Ideas and Advice
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