Area Rugs, Accent Rugs, and Runner Rugs

Whether you’re looking for a small rug or a large rug for indoor or outdoor space, we’ve got a wide variety of sizes, colors, and styles to suit your needs. Choose from three different textures, including Chenille, Plush, and Outdoor, all of which are water-resistant, stain-resistant, and machine-washable.

Area Rugs, Accent Rugs, and Runner Rugs

Whether you’re looking for a small rug or a large rug for indoor or outdoor space, we’ve got a wide variety of sizes, colors, and styles to suit your needs.

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About Our Area Rugs, Accent Rugs, and Runner Rugs

With Ruggable rugs, you never have to worry about ruining your decor because all of our rugs are water-resistant, stain-resistant, and machine washable. They’re the perfect choice for your home, especially if you have kids or pets.

How Our Rugs Work

Our Rug System comes in two pieces: a lightweight, removable Rug Cover that's machine-washable, and a nonslip Rug Pad to keep your Cover securely in place. When you receive your Ruggable rug, you'll first place the Pad where you want your new rug, then you’ll place the Cover on top. When your rug needs to be cleaned, simply remove the Cover and place it in the washing machine.

Rug Textures

Ruggable rugs come in three texture options, including Chenille, Plush, and Outdoor. The Chenille Rugs are lightweight and low-pile The Plush Rugs offer a longer pile for ultimate softness while still maintaining washability. Our Outdoor Rugs are made of a woven, weatherproof material that makes them more durable for outdoor spaces. No matter which texture you choose, we have the perfect rug to suit your taste and needs for any space in your home.

How to Shop for Rugs at Ruggable

When shopping for a rug for your home, you’ll want to take into consideration several factors, including the size of the rug to best suit your space, the color that will go with your decor, the style and pattern that complement your aesthetic, and the room you’ll be placing the rug.

Rugs by Size

When selecting a rug, it’s important to know what size you need for your space in order to look its best.

For larger living rooms, an 8x10 rug works well if you have at least three feet of space around the rug for a comfortable border. A 6x9 rug or 5x7 rug are good options if you have a smaller living space. A 6x9 rug will sit under a sofa, coffee table, and adjacent seating, while a 5x7 rug will be just big enough to sit under a sofa and coffee table.

When choosing a rug for the dining room, you’ll want a dining room rug that’s large enough to sit under your dining table with about 30 inches of space around the edges to accommodate the chairs. You’ll also want to consider the shape of your table to determine if a round rug or rectangular rug is best.

For bedrooms, the size of rug you choose will depend on the size of bed you have. Bedroom rugs look best when they sit under the bed and leave enough border around the furniture to walk on. King beds work well with a 9x12 rug, while queen and full beds are better suited for either an 8x10 rug or 6x9 rug. If your room has a twin bed, you can either choose a larger size rug to leave plenty of space around the bed, or place a 3x5 rug on both sides of the bed.

In the kitchen, if you have a smaller space, 3x5 kitchen rugs and 5x7 kitchen rugs work best. Larger sized rugs, including 6x9 kitchen rugs, 8x10 kitchen rugs, or runner rugs, work best in large kitchens, whether they’re galley-style or more open. For under the kitchen table, try a round kitchen rug to create a separate dining area.

Rugs by Color

The color of rug you choose for your room can have a big impact on the overall feel of the space.

Grey and silver rugs are a versatile and popular choice, blending seamlessly into the background and allowing others colors in the room to pop.

Blue and green rugs usually draw inspiration from the colors of nature. From teal and turquoise to navy and emerald, our blue and green rugs add a timeless, calming, and elegant vibe to any space.

White rugs and cream rugs not only flatter the whole spectrum of colors but can also make a space look roomier. Pair these rugs with an all-white decor for an effortlessly chic look, or make them a neutral centerpiece to pull eclectic elements together.

Natural- and neutral-colored rugs, featuring warm, earthy tones, natural weaves and textures, and muted patterns, are always a timeless option. These subtle-toned rugs fit perfectly with any style and add an understated elegance to your space.

Rugs by Style

Rugs make a powerful design statement in your home, so choosing a style that reflects your tastes and complements your other decor is crucial. Thankfully we have many rug styles to choose from, so you’ll easily find one that catches your eye.

Moroccan rugs feature simple, geometric patterns in bold colors. They add a timeless, world appeal to your home, and easily create a luxurious and elegant environment.

Modern rugs and contemporary rugs feature clean lines, subtle colors, and minimalist designs, perfect for complementing a wide range of colors and decor styles.

Geometric rugs feature bold shapes, colors, and patterns—from diamonds to stripes to zigzag—adding visual interest to your modern home decor.

Persian and Traditional rugs often feature design elements like florals, borders, and medallions and add global-inspired elegance and sophistication to any room.

Rugs by Room

Kitchen rugs and runners are a great way to add some color and style to the often overlooked space. Since kitchens typically have neutral color palettes, you can choose a kitchen rug in any color or pattern that suits your decor. Kitchen rugs also help reduce fatigue in areas you spend a lot of time standing, offering protection for your floors.

For the bedroom, try choosing a rug that evokes feelings of calmness to create a relaxing oasis. Green rugs, blue rugs, lavender rugs, and neutral rugs are all soothing tones that work well in the bedroom.

Since the dining room is a gathering place where friends and family come together, you’ll want a rug that feels special. When choosing a color, anything goes in the dining room, but keep in mind what other rooms are visible from the dining area and select a rug that will complement the rest of your decor.

The living room is the space most people spend a majority of their time, so choose a living room rug that feels welcoming and comfortable. It’s also one of the largest rugs in your home, making it important to select a living room rug that goes well with the rest of your decor.

Entryway rugs are one of the first things a person sees when they enter your home, so whatever you choose will be sure to make a statement. It’s also a high-traffic area, so picking an entryway rug that has a pattern or darker color palette won’t show the dirt as easily. But even if you do opt for a light-colored rug in the entry, it’s easily washable, so you don’t have to worry about stains.

Don’t forget your outdoor space. Whether you’ve got a small patio or a large porch, adding a fun outdoor rug to the space will give an often overlooked area a touch of style.