Safavieh French Tapis FT210B Ivory and Light Peach
$ 149.00 and up
Safavieh Cambridge CAM121P Ivory and Beige
$ 99.00 and up
Safavieh Dip Dyed DDY711D Ivory and Charcoal
$ 49.00 and up
Safavieh Chelsea HK150A Ivory and Blue
$ 29.00 and up
Safavieh Chelsea HK56A Ivory
$ 29.00 and up
Safavieh Shag SG240A White
$ 39.00 and up
Safavieh Dip Dyed DDY675D Ivory and Graphite
$ 49.00 and up
Safavieh Ikat IKT631A Ivory and Sea Blue
$ 49.00 and up
Safavieh Dip Dyed DDY716D Ivory and Charcoal
$ 49.00 and up
White Area Rugs
You may feel as though it takes a lot of bravery to try decorating with white area rugs, but it is really not as scary as you might think! White and ivory colors are a great way to make a space look clean, bright, and inviting, and they can breathe a lot of life into a room that might otherwise seem drab or too dark. Although it might seem as though there are not really any shades of white to work with, that could not be further from the truth! There are tons of different types of white, cream, and eggshell rugs, and depending on the space you are decorating, you might want to choose one shade of white over another to make your space really come to life.
Using White Rugs in the Living Room
The living room is probably the most popular room in the home for incorporating white rugs. White they can come in so many different styles that it is easy to make them a part of any living room space. Choose a seashell color with a border for a more traditional rug style, or pair a black striped theme with snow white to make for a modern look that is sure to draw the attention of all of your guests. Brown and Navajo white can make for an interesting color combination, while an ivory and gray area rug is a great choice for any traditional room. Traditional wool rugs with smaller floral patterns look great in linen, and some of these may even include gray, lavender blush, or lemon chiffon shades too. A magnolia and floral white striped pattern might look excellent if you are looking for something that bridges the gap between contemporary and traditional, while a truly modern ghost white rug should be paired with other colors like red and blue to make the style stand out. You cannot go wrong with an ivory floral rug for this space.
Or, Off-White Rugs in the Kitchen
It may be a little risky to choose a solid baby powder white rug for the kitchen, so you might want to go with something like off-white or even peach instead. More muted black and ivory area rugs, instead of simply crisp white, can go a long way toward hiding spills and debris that are common in the kitchen. Choose a simple blue or green and round shag abstract pattern for a modern kitchen that does not stray too far from conventional traditions in area rug designs, or go for something a little bolder and pair black and white in a 1950s style kitchen instead. If you are very worried about spills and stains in the kitchen, remember that white does not have to be the main color. A black and bone white cheap rug with a beige trim can make a big difference! Black and white, gray and white, or even navy and striped white can work well in a kitchen space with the right décor, too. A black and polka dot white pattern might be just the thing for your 50’s kitchen, while a mint cream or papaya whip white can bring a hint of other colors to your space.
Ivory Rugs in the Dining Room
A more traditional dining room is easy to achieve when you stick to off white shades for your area rug. Use floral patterns whenever possible, but do not be afraid to expand your horizons to something like a gray and vanilla striped round rug or navy and ivory one as well. A black and ivory color can look very refined in this space, while a simple round ivory themed color might do the trick in a smaller room. White furniture can help you bring your antique white dining room to life as well. When you use more muted tones of old lace, cornsilk, and grey and stay away from the vibrant ones, you will be able to create something with an old-fashioned and almost antique feeling that is befitting of a formal dining setting.
How about Some White Area Rugs in the Bedroom
For a bold and beautiful modern bedroom, look no further than white smoke rugs to get the job done! Anti-flash white can be paired with gray or black to make your bedroom pop with an incredible and vibrant liveliness. Choose animal print rugs in Isabelline and gray or pearl and black to make the room look whimsical and exciting, or stick to more abstract prints instead. Black and ecru striped patterns are popular in bedrooms, as are blue and striped white. Of course, red and white can make for a truly romantic bedroom getaway as well. White is easy to use in a modern setting if you stick to a solid color as well. Solid shades of Dutch white or cosmic latte can be matched to just about anything, and they work well to make colors stand out whenever you need them to. Solid shag rugs are very popular in modernist bedrooms, and they make for a great plush solution to this space’s needs. Choose a black and white round shag rug for a modern accent piece that will look amazing.
Using White Rugs as Hallway Runners
A runner rug down the hallway can get dirty easily, so you might want to stay away from solid white for this job. However, if you choose an abstract pattern including red and striped white or red black and splashed white, you will be able to keep your hallway looking crisp and clean without sacrificing your rug for it. Choose a yellow and white runner with a border to keep things a little more on the traditional side, or a honeydew color for a hint of green. Large floral prints can also look especially inviting when choosing your white runner rug. Pick a champagne color theme with a soft pastel blue as its accent and you will be able to create a beautiful, elegant hallway space without too much effort at all. There is no need to stick to a very traditional ivory or beige rug for this part of your home, but you can still keep with the traditional theme if you like by choosing a green and white or purple and white rug in floral prints.
If you are not too afraid of potential spills, or if you are well-versed in cleaning your area rugs, you should have no trouble making a white rug work well for you. White goes with absolutely everything, so whether you are looking for something more muted like a grey and white or blue and white pattern, or you want something much bolder like an orange and white or black and striped white pattern instead, you do not have to be limited at all in your decision-making process. No matter what you choose to do, let a white, blond, flax, or white patterned area rug help take your decorating to a whole new level.