Adding a new rug to a room is a great way to give it a makeover without hiring an expensive contractor. And today, one of our favorite home decor brands, Ruggable, gives us even more reason to upgrade that special space. At my house. Thanks to a new collaboration with organization experts Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin from The Home Edit, you can add a new rug to your home that combines the spirit, form, function and fun of both brands. Masu.
The Ruggable x The Home Edit collection includes 10 rug designs, including 8 classic and premium medium pile rugs, 1 doormat, and 1 bathmat. Like all Ruggable rugs, it’s water and stain resistant and machine washable. Area rugs come in multiple sizes and are available with standard pads or cushioned pads.
All available starting at $89 on Ruggable’s site. Here are some of our favorites that are worth buying now.
Gingham is the pattern of the moment, and capitalize on the timeless trend with this understated geometric rug that boasts soft hues of lavender, mauve, and gray that can be used indoors or out. There’s no better way than that.
If you need a splash of color in your monochrome bathroom, why not choose a rainbow? Choose from a two-piece cushion pad system or just the cover. This wave accented bath mat is sure to make some big waves in the style department.
Inspired by the design of traditional wicker baskets, this neutral, calming rug gives you the freedom to experiment with different colors and textures in other areas of the room. But thanks to its unique geometric design and subtle pops of coral, it’s never bland. .
You can’t help but feel at ease when you’re around this delicate rainbow rug set against a soft ivory background. His blend of muted and bold tones in a single stripe allows him to overhaul the underlying rules of interior design.
Statistically, the entryway is where most people enter and exit a home. Create a welcoming atmosphere with this doormat made from durable coconut fiber and featuring co-founder Clea Shearer’s own handwritten lettering for a personal touch.