Naturally durable and soft, our wool rugs are a great choice. Many are innately stain-resistant and easy to maintain. Choose from sumptuous traditional rugs to modern and casual wool rugs.
Our synthetic rugs are made of heavy-duty materials like Derclon and polypropylene that are stain-resistant and easy to clean. These rugs stand up to everyday wear and resist fading.
Delve into luxury with our blended rugs. Our stylish rugs are finely blended with wool, silk, cotton or synthetic materials for first-class quality and texture you'll love to sink your feet into.
Cotton rugs have a soft and casual feel. With minimal shedding, they are moderately durable and easy to care for. Choose from a wide array of beautiful colors and styles.
Soft and plush, satiny and luxurious or slim and sleek, how a rug feels plays a big part in how well you enjoy it. Stepping out of bed in the morning onto a chenille rug, you may feel that you're always waking up on the right side of the bed. A cowhide rug layered on top of a sisal one in your sunroom can soften the space. A thick-pile wool runner in the hallway will have a meditative effect on all who walk on it. Conversely, a flat-woven natural fiber rug adds intriguing texture.
To decide what type of material you need, think about how you'll use the rug in your home. First off, which room will it be in? Your family spends a great deal of time in the living room. A rug that has a dense pile, suitable for lounging, will be well worth it beneath your seating cluster there. Try a rug made of cotton, wool or even a wool blend to attain that perfectly soft feel. In the sunroom, a sisal rug might work best. In a nursery or children's room, a chenille rug provides the softness needed for tummy time or cartwheels.
Interested in a rug that will last generations? A hand-knotted rug made of wool will develop a patina over time, growing ever more beautiful with age. Wool rugs are also good for high-traffic areas because they do not absorb stains easily, yet they retain their dyes very well. During their first six months home, wool rugs will shed fibers. To maintain a like-new appearance, vacuum regularly but gently with a vacuum cleaner extension or a push vacuum with its beater bar removed. If you're using a push vacuum, be sure to lift it up at the edges of the rug to avoid wear and tear on the ends and sides of the rug.
Leather area rugs provide a nice complement to fabric upholstered furniture. On the other hand, synthetic rugs may complement your wallet, as they are often more affordable while still offering excellent quality.
Determining how you'll use the rug is the first step to finding the perfect rug for your home. At that point, it's a snap to narrow down the perfect design in Home Decorators Collection's broad selection.