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Plush Rugs

Our Plush Rugs make it easy to create a cozy environment with their luxuriously soft, teddy bear-like texture. Machine-washable and naturally stain and water-resistant, these plush rugs are ideal even for high-traffic and high-spill areas, like the living room, dining room, nursery, and playroom.

Plush Rugs

Our Plush Rugs make it easy to create a cozy environment with their luxuriously soft, teddy bear-like texture.

Machine Washable

Machine
Washable

Interchangeable

Interchangeable

Stain & Water Resistant

Stain & Water
Resistant

Designs 1 - 9 of 9

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Moroccan Diamond Plush Rug

Regular price $90.00

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Polar White Plush Rug

Regular price $90.00

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Moroccan Zigzag Plush Rug

$140.00 - $599.00

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Moroccan Ornate Plush Rug

$140.00 - $599.00

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Stormy Grey Plush Rug

Regular price $90.00

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Midnight Ocean Blue Plush Rug

Regular price $90.00

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Sage Green Plush Rug

$90.00 - $799.00

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Ink Black Plush Rug

$90.00 - $799.00

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Azure Blue Plush Rug

$90.00 - $799.00

About Our Plush Rugs


Add some cozy elegance to your space with one of our plush rugs. These fluffy area rugs are soft, versatile, and easily machine-washable. Perfect for bedrooms, living rooms, and nurseries, our plush rugs are available in a range of versatile patterns and colors to suit your taste and compliment any home decor.


What Is a Plush Rug


Our plush rugs are made of a soft, lightweight textile blend. These fluffy area rugs are thicker, softer (think crimped wool), and higher-pile than our chenille rugs but just as machine-washable. They are available in 6’x9’, 5’x7’, 3’x5’, and runners.


How to Choose a Plush Rug


A white plush rug will instantly brighten up any space, while solid plush rugs in shades of grey, blue, or sage green are luxurious and versatile, complementing a variety of decor styles and colors. If you want to add a boho feel to your space, try one of our plush rugs in a Moroccan diamond, ornate, or zigzag pattern. No matter which option you choose, these super-soft area rugs will instantly elevate your home.


Where to Place Your Plush Rugs


Plush rugs are the perfect way to add a sense of coziness and comfort to any room. They also look elegant and stylish, so they’re sure to step up your decor no matter where you place them.

Because of their soft, fuzzy, and furry texture, these plush area rugs work well in spaces where you’ll be walking or sitting a lot and can enjoy the feeling of the rug.

In the bedroom, try placing your plush area rug either under or next to the bed so that it’s the first thing you step on morning and night. In the living room, a large plush rug works great under the edge of the sofa, coffee table, and any side chairs to create a cozy seating area. You can also use a smaller plush rug layered over another rug and placed under the coffee table for a glamorous accent. In the nursery, a plush rug is a great option next to the crib, covering most of the floor so your baby has something soft and cushiony to crawl on once he or she is mobile.

Aside from the living room, bedroom, and nursery, our machine-washable plush rugs are also perfect for rooms you’d not normally put a light-colored rug, such as a playroom, kitchen, dining room, or even the entryway.


Washable Plush Rugs to the Rescue


>Keep your fluffy rugs looking fresh and clean—even the white ones! Our plush area rugs are water-resistant, stain-resistant, and machine-washable so you never have to worry about spills or tracking dirt. If there is an accident, our two-part system allows you to easily remove the Rug Cover from the Rug Pad and place it in the wash.


Vacuuming Your Plush Rugs


In between washes, you can keep your plush rug looking its best by vacuuming it. It's important to select the right settings, attachments, techniques, and vacuum type since many household vacuums are designed to clean wall-to-wall carpet and hardwood. We recommend the following so you don’t damage your plush rug:

Settings: Use low suction and low power, often labeled “hard floor” or “low-pile carpet,” with the beater bar/brush turned off.

Attachments: Use handheld attachments, if available, without bristles, brushes, or beater bars.

Technique: Use a pull motion only instead of the traditional push and pull motion. Avoid vacuuming the edges and corners.


Related Collections:


Shag Rugs
Scandinavian Rugs

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