This post on affordable area rugs is sponsored by Wovenly. I’ve gathered my personal favorites for you to enjoy and all opinions are always my own.
As of tomorrow, we’ll be living in a new apartment. It’s time to throw out the old and bring in the new. We took care of the doormat, and now it’s onto the rugs for inside. After an underwhelming brick and mortar rug shopping experience, we needed a better way to rug shop. We needed affordable area rugs in more options, and reliable customer service.
For our home, the goal is definitely to keep things simple and for a rug to upgrade the space. I love using rugs to my advantage as a statement piece, but also for more practical uses such as enlarging the appearance of a room. Naturally, apartments tend to run low on space, so an appropriately sized rug will definitely do the trick to give our home a better balance and flow.
With lots of quality design choices, Wovenly is a great place to start your rug search. Whether you’re looking to tone down the appearance of brightly colored furniture or to even add some color to your space, Wovenly is bound to have something you’ll like. The great part is, there’s no risk as they have a 60 day trial. You can always exchange or return your rug if you happen to fall in love with another one of their rugs.
My Wovenly Picks for Affordable Area Rugs
While there are so many rugs that I absolutely loved, I decided to compile my favorite neutral and colorful rugs. I feel these will fit perfectly in many of your decor setups with little effort. The best part is, the prices are totally unbeatable. All of these rugs are under $600 and built to last.
The Cadence is such a classy choice that’ll stun your guests in an understated way. It provides a wonderfully soft texture to step on which makes it great for bedrooms. I also absolutely adore the subtle geometric designs that add interest without being gaudy or overwhelming on the eyes.
The Fitz rug is my pick for any space that you’re looking to give a crisp modern edge. The alternating ivory and grey geometric patterns give you a lot of options for home decor matching. Whether you have furniture with rich wood tones, silver or gold legs, it’s easy to make this elegant rug shine in your space.
If you’re a fan of neutral palettes, you’re going to love how this Madison rug works for your aesthetic. It is perfect for pairing with wood accents and neutral textures. With its variations of white and beige textures, this rug adds so much elegance with a hint of glamour to a room.
The Annabelle is my absolute favorite for creating a worldly appearance to your living room. With its updated traditional Turkish design, you can bring a healthy dose of character to your space. If you’re looking to add some color to one of your rooms, but don’t want anything crazy, updated traditional rugs are a great place to begin.
The Marley rug will do so much for you if you happen to have pets and/or children. The dark and vibrant colors of this rug are great for bringing a room to life without the worry of spill stains. While a rug like this would typically be paired with bright colors, I actually recommend toning it down with beautiful neutral textures. Paired with the right furniture and decor, this rug shines as a classy and clean bohemian piece. I seriously couldn’t believe it when I saw that you can get a huge 7’10” x 9’10” size of this for only $251! Seriously!
This Frances rug is hands down my favorite for bright furniture. This is a rug that allows you to get your creative juices flowing! Whether it’s blue, pink or yellow, try picking up your favorite color from this rug and making it your couch color as well. Pick other hues from this area rug and incorporate them into your accent home decor for a balanced living space.
If you happen to be in the market for affordable area rugs, I really recommend checking Wovenly out. They’ve got great sales going on and no risk whatsoever. Stay tuned to see our Wovenly rug in our new apartment tour coming this month!
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