The Hottest New Product on the Market

Over the past couple of years there has been an explosion in the popularity of outdoor rugs. One of the reasons is that outdoor rugs have evolved from being bland, scratchy and plastic looking to being stylish, fun and fashionable. In fact, the technology has so advanced that many times it is difficult to even tell it is an outdoor rug.

Outdoor rugs are great for adding texture and color to your outdoor space but they are great inside too; especially if you have young children or pets. Not only are they easier to clean (they can be taken outside and scrubbed with soap then rinsed with a hose) but they are typically less expensive than a traditional inside rug.

There are SO many great choices today but here is a round up of a few of my favorite  sources for indoor/outdoor rugs.

Dash and Albert has a wide variety of outdoor rugs. The colors and patterns are right on trend and I usually find something my client loves.

Grandinroad also has a nice selection of outdoor rugs. The Aqua one below is hand hooked and would look good inside in almost any room in the house.

as would this one in shades of Blues and Greens also from Grandinroad.

Company C is another favorite source for outdoor rugs. They have such beautiful colors and patterns, just like their traditional inside rugs.

Home Decorators Collection has a good selection of outdoor rugs as well.

If pattern and color is not what you have in mind  check out Frontgate  for natural fiber outdoor rugs.

As you can see the choices are plentiful and varied and would make a great addition to either outside or inside your home.

Let me know your thoughts. Do you think you would use an outdoor rug inside?

If you need help choosing a rug or with any color or decorating advice give me a call.

 

3 Responses to The Hottest New Product on the Market
  1. Kristie Barnett, TheDecorologist Reply

    I love the new outdoor rugs. They are so versatile and hard-wearing, plus the prices are great! It’s a win-win.

  2. lisa kawski Reply

    Linda,
    The timing of your blog is uncanny! Our 12 year old blind dog has been having many accidents on our front room area rug. After attempting to clean it repeatedly, I finally gave up and have removed the rug. I really didn’t want to have a large expanse of bare hardwood flooring so I then went online looking for an indoor/outdoor inexpensive area rug to replace it. I found the perfect rug and like the fact that I will be able to take it outside and “hose it down” to clean it, if needed. I will post the image on my FB page for you to see. Lisa

  3. Jil McDonald Reply

    What a great post and lovely rugs! Must certainly try one now, would make a lot more sense than my white shag rug I have now 🙂

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