Do you love warm metal tones like copper, bronze, and brass? If so, rose gold rugs might be perfect for you. Rose gold introduces a pinkish hue that can soften a space and make it more inviting in both traditional and modern settings.
As you shop for the perfect rose gold area rug for your space, we hope you'll enjoy our selection. And if you're not finding what you're looking for, check out our pink rugs and our gold rugs for thousands of additional options. Rose gold comes in a wide range of shades, and the color you're looking for may have been categorized under pink or gold.
Selecting the Right Rose Gold Rugs
Rose gold rugs will bring warmth to any space, and they can work well throughout the home. Before you buy, you’ll want to know exactly what you’re looking for to ensure you make the right purchase the first time.
Below, we’ve highlighted some of our top tips for finding the best rose gold area rug for your space. Keep reading if you’d like more inspiration and information.
Ensure that your rug will fit in with the style and color palette of the area you're decorating. Rose gold color goes well with white, light gray, black, tan, yellow, aqua, mint green, sky blue, deep rose, and teal. If your space features four or five of these colors, it’ll likely be a great match.
Additionally, you can use the search filters to narrow down the rug options according to the style or styles that your home is decorated in.
The durability requirements in your space will determine a lot about the type of rug you want. For example, a rose gold shag rug or rose gold fur rug could work well in a low-traffic bedroom, but they likely wouldn’t last long in a busy room with high exposure to shoe traffic.
If you’re decorating a busy space, look for a rug that you can keep clean there. For example, an indoor/outdoor material might work well for a rose gold living room rug in a busy household.
Measure the room you’re decorating to find the maximum size rug for that area. A simple rule to follow is subtracting 4’ from both the length and width of the room to maintain 24” between the edges of the rug and the walls. So, a 12’x14’ living room could accommodate a rose gold rug 8x10 and below.
It can help to test the dimensions you settle on by outlining them in masking tape on the floor before you buy. If you need to size up or down, test your new dimensions to ensure it’s a good fit.
Add a rug pad to your cart for each of the rose gold rugs you’re buying. Rug pads prevent premature wear caused by sliding and friction damage, and they keep your rug in place. Your rug can last for many more years if it’s installed with a quality rug pad from day one.
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