- Area Rugs
Bathrooms are some of the hardest working rooms in the house, especially if they are shared. But that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t feel like a retreat. With some small updates, these functional spaces can be transformed to look like new. A great place to start with your bathroom transformation is with a bathroom rug. This way for some of our favorite bathroom rug ideas...
Bathroom rugs can be eye-catching and bold or simple and understated. We’ve got some inspiration for making your bathroom your new favorite room in the house:
Your Home Spa: The master bathroom should be an extension of your master bedroom sanctuary. Make your master bathroom a spa retreat with a few easy changes.
Farmhouse Bathroom: If you find yourself drawn to farmhouse style, you’ll likely appreciate an organic and casual atmosphere with simple lines and well loved (aged) materials. For a farmhouse bathroom, you’ll want to mix old and new. A vintage style rug placed in front of the sink or tub can add softness and safety. Or, try a simple flat woven striped rug in black and white over wood floors. Use a rug pad to prevent slipping.
Transitional Style: Transitional style combines traditional design elements with contemporary style. In your transitional bathroom, you’ll find smooth straight lines combined with soft curvy textures. A rug is a great way to balance your transitional space. If you have a smooth lacquered vanity, add softness with a round or oval rug. Balance out bold masculine tile with a cushy rectangular chenille rug.
Chic and Glamorous: If your home style is all about glitzy sophistication, then your bathroom should be no different. Glam style incorporates a neutral color scheme with sculptural lines and dramatic details. Give your bathroom that ‘Old Hollywood’ vibe by starting with a neutral color palette, then add a bathroom vanity or pedestal sink with sculptural lines and metallic detail. Finally, add thick and luxurious towels and rugs in traditional or geometric patterns. A high pile rug made from wool or synthetic materials feels rich and handles moisture well.
Pick the right size rug for your bathroom by measuring the space first.