For all of Overstock’s many strengths, rugs may be the absolute best thing to buy across the site. by size, dominant color, shape and more to narrow down the vast selection. We’re loving the well-priced shags and Marrakesh-inspired patterns.
Urban Outfitters is great for whimsical, bold, and trend-based rugs. This herringbone rug pops in multiple bright color options. We are coveting this playful “phone, keys, wallet” reminder rug for the front entry.
Target rarely disappoints in the home decor department, and its prices are amazing to boot. Designer collaborations include a versatile (and durable) Nate Berkus jute rug you’d see priced way higher elsewhere.
Pottery Barn’s got a great selection of rugs that range from traditional Persian-style rugs like this one, to more contemporary pieces like this cool geometric choice.
If your taste and decor tends toward the bold and fearless, Z Gallerie is your place for carpets.
Anthropologie’s rugs can be on the pricier side—but there’s nothing like them. We love the feminine colors in this option. And how pretty and unique is this irregularly shaped rug?
Wayfair has a huge selection, so you’re bound to turn up something you’re looking for. Search for high-rated best sellers, and you might come across a total score like this beautiful wool Flokati rug available in multiple sizes.
On price alone, Ikea can’t be beat. for great buys on pieces like this rich chocolate patterned rug, or this goes-with-anything solid. Just remember, at these prices, you’re not getting a long-lasting family heirloom.
Let us count the ways we love West Elm. The selection of rugs is bright and contemporary, with versatile classics like this jute rug, as well as bolder, more eye-catching patterns like this one inspired by Native American textiles.
Land of Nod
We love the sweet sopshictication that the Land of Nod somehow brings to kids’ rugs, like an understated but cheerful teal number or geometric pink one. This woodland rug could work in an adult space as well (we just want this for our bedroom, sue us!).
Alesandra Dubin is a Los Angeles-based writer and the founder of home and travel blog Homebody in Motion. Follow her on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter.
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