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If you’re looking for something to make your home feel brighter and more positive, sun area rugs will do the trick. Whether you’re in search of rugs featuring sun patterns or you just love sunny shades of yellow and gold, we have you covered.
Yellow and gold are naturally upbeat colors that are associated with happiness. And while you (probably) don’t want to paint a whole room yellow, a sun rug can fit in with a range of color schemes to brighten any room. If you don’t find what you’re looking for here, check out our selection of yellow and gold area rugs for hundreds of additional choices. With so much to choose from, we know you’ll find a rug you love.
If you know where you want to place your sun rug, you’re halfway to giving your space a well-deserved makeover. All that’s left is to figure out what you need and want so you can narrow down the selection of sun area rugs and find your favorite.
We’ve highlighted tips below to help you pick the right sun area rugs for your home. Keep reading to get inspired.
Pick a rug that roughly matches the existing color palette and style of the room you’re decorating. So, a boho sun rug for a bohemian living room, a light blue, ivory, yellow, gold, black, or orange round sun rug for a room with corresponding colors. A Persian sun rug for a traditional space. You get the idea.
If you can’t keep your rug clean, it won’t stay beautiful for long. Pick a rug that’s durable enough to stand up to the environment of the area you’re decorating.
For example, an outdoor sun rug would be ideal for a patio, doormat, indoor entryway, or even a busy living room. Likewise, a jute sun area rug could work well in most busy spaces. For low-traffic zones, materials like wool, cotton, and synthetic yarn are popular.
Measure your space and pick rug dimensions accordingly. A good rule is to subtract 4' from your room's width and length to find the maximum rug size. This rule will leave 24" between the edges of your rug and the walls to prevent a cramped look.
Once you pick rug dimensions, we recommend using our room visualizer tool to see how the rug will look in your space. You can see multiple sizes in your room before you buy, avoiding any mistakes or buyer’s regret.
A rug pad will add years to the life of your rug by protecting the backing and pile from early wear. Add a matching pad for each of the sun area rugs in your cart to ensure they're protected from day one. If you're buying an outdoor rug, look for an outdoor pad so that it's as durable and long-lasting as the rug it's protecting.
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