- Area Rugs
A navy and coral rug can make a beautiful addition to your home. This color combination is a timeless classic popularized by coastal decor, which makes excellent use of both navy blue and coral tones. But navy has become a staple in modern interiors, and this pairing is no longer just for beachy homes. Today, navy is commonly used in place of neutrals like grey and black, and coral is the perfect soft accent.
We hope you’ll enjoy our collection from Surya, Liora Manne and more, as you browse for the perfect navy and coral area rug. If you don't find what you're looking for here, check out rugs in blue and orange for a more comprehensive selection. You might find a navy rug or a coral rug that you love even more.
The best place for a navy and coral rug is a room that uses a complementing color palette. If you’re redecorating, we recommend picking a palette of four to five colors, including neutrals. For example, you might use navy blue, teal, coral, tan, and white.
Below, we’ve highlighted some of our favorite ways to use a navy and coral area rug around the home for those who’d like some extra inspiration:
Living rooms with navy, coral, or colors in their design are excellent choices for a navy blue and coral rug. Coastal and beach-themed living rooms work well with this color scheme too. Try a navy and coral rug with white and navy furniture for excellent results.
Navy blue has become a popular bedroom color, and with good reason. If you have a navy bedspread, accent wall, or window dressing, try a navy and coral area rug. The coral will add warmth to the existing design. These rugs also help ground and anchor bedrooms with a coral color palette.
What better place for a classic coastal combination than the bathroom? A coral and navy bathroom rug can add color and excitement to your space, and it goes well with most standard bathroom color palettes.
Shopping for the perfect navy and coral rug for your space is exciting, and we want you to love your purchase. Before you buy, check out the tips and hints below to help avoid common buyer’s mistakes:
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