A navy geometric rug can make a striking, modern addition to almost any home. Navy blue is a popular color in today's interior decorating world, and it is often used in place of neutrals or brighter colors. This beautiful shade creates a mature, calm atmosphere, and it's commonly used in coastal designs or beach homes.
Likewise, geometric designs are used frequently in today’s homes to add clean likes and aesthetic appeal. Ageometric rug can give almost any space an update, making it look more modern and sleek.
As you browse our selection for the perfect navy geometric area rug for your home, we hope you’ll enjoy the options from Kaleen, Safavieh, Surya, and many other trusted brands. If you’re not finding what you’re looking for, check our selection ofblue geometric rugs for hundreds of additional choices. With so many patterns to choose from, you’re sure to find one that you love.
Using a Navy Geometric Rug
Before you pick your favorite navy geometric rug, it helps to identify the non-negotiables that you need. At a minimum, you should know the size, durability, and palette that you need before you buy. This helps you narrow down your choices and avoid purchasing a rug that doesn't work well for your home.
Below we’ve outlined some tips for finding the right navy blue geometric rug for your home. Keep reading to learn more:
Measure your room and consult placement guides online. You'll want to keep around 2' of space between the edges of your rug and the walls for a good fit. When you've settled on rug dimensions, we recommend trying our room visualizer tool to see your choice visually and make sure you don’t need to size up or down.
Consider the levels of shoe traffic, moisture, soil, and sunlight exposure your rug will be exposed to. Pick a rug that you can keep clean with materials that are durable enough to stand up to your household.
A navy geometric wool rug will offer less durability than one made from cotton, jute, or a synthetic material. It will not stand up to moisture exposure as well, but it will be softer and all-natural with good color retention.
Based on the colors in the room that you're decorating, pick the colors you want on your rug. Navy blue is a given, but do you want a navy blue and white geometric rug? Or maybe a navy and ivory, grey, gold, or cream geometric rug?
Base your choice on the room's existing colors and the colors that you plan to decorate with in the future. For example, if you’re going for a coastal theme but aren’t there yet, a navy and white geometric rug should still work well.
Add a rug pad to your cart before you checkout to protect the backing and pile on your rug from day one. Pads prevent sliding, which keeps your rug in place and eliminates regular friction damage caused by hard floors. If your rug will be in an exposed area, or if you opt for an outdoor navy geometric rug, look for an outdoor pad.
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