If you’re thinking of adding a lime green outdoor rug to your home, you’re onto something great. Lime green is a bright, modern color that can work well in many exterior areas. It can also look beautiful when used in rooms like the living room, kitchen, or dining area. No matter where you plan to use your new rug, it’s sure to add character and life to your design.
We hope you’ll enjoy our selection from top brands like Kaleen, Surya, and Colonial Mills as you shop for the best lime green outdoor area rug for your home. If you’d like more options, check out our green outdoor area rugs. We know you’ll find something that you love.
Using a Lime Green Outdoor Rug
Lime green is a surprisingly versatile color, and if you don’t want to use it indoors, outdoor areas are a safe bet to go wild with bold colors. A lime green outdoor rug could work well with colors like black, pink, red, white, grey, brown, yellow, dark green, silver, and orange. Since it goes well with brown and other shades of green, it’s easy to see why a lime green rug can fit in with most outdoor settings.
Below, we’ve outlined some of our favorite tips for picking the perfect lime green outdoor area rug for your home. Keep reading for additional inspiration and ideas.
Pick a Material You’ll Love
Outdoor rugs come in a wide range of materials. And each material can be treated differently for resistance to sunlight, moisture, weather, soil, and traffic. Read about the material that each rug you're considering is made from, and pick something that you can keep clean for years to come.
This will require you to think about where you’re placing your rug and what it will be exposed to. You might want a jute, polyester, polypropylene, or sisal outdoor area rug, for example. Jute and sisal are natural materials but might not be as soft or durable. Polyester and polypropylene are synthetic materials, but they’re often more durable and softer.
Get the Right Shape and Size
Based on where you'll be placing the rug and what you'll use it for, you'll likely want a different shape and size. For example, if the rug will pad and protect the entryway hall in the interior of your home, you might want a lime green runner indoor/outdoor area rug. Runners are long, narrow rugs and indoor/outdoor material is soft and durable enough for any space.
On the other hand, if you’re decorating a patio dining area or even a busy living room, you might want a 7x10 lime green outdoor rug. This larger rectangular size could hold a four- to six-person dining table and define the area, making it more inviting.
Add a Rug Pad to Your Order
Rug pads prevent sliding damage and add years to the life of your rug. Add a pad to your order that’s suitable for where you plan to place the rug. If the rug will be outdoors, you’ll want an outdoor pad that can stand up to moisture and soil exposure.
Ideas and Advice
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