Couristan Monaco Alassio and Sand/Azure/Turquoise 7847/1012
Safavieh Heritage HG969A Blue and Blue
Safavieh Heritage HG958A Blue and Gold
Safavieh Milan Shag SG180-6060 Aqua Blue
Safavieh Nantucket NAN141C Blue and Multi
Safavieh Bohemian BOH525A Blue and Multi
Safavieh Braided BRD308A Blue and Multi
Safavieh Nantucket NAN141B Blue and Multi
Safavieh Adirondack ADR113F Light Blue and Dark Blue
Safavieh Antiquity AT613A Light Blue and Gold
Safavieh Soho SOH712C Light Blue and Multi
Safavieh Martha Stewart MSJ5541A Robin's Egg
Safavieh Natural Fiber NF448C Blue and Ivory
Safavieh Milan Shag SG180-7070 Navy
Safavieh Wyndham WYD376E Blue
Nourison Fantasy FA18 Aqua
Safavieh Cape Cod CAP351A Natural and Blue
Safavieh Wyndham WYD206A Blue and Rust
Safavieh Soho SOH305A Light Blue
Kaleen Brushstrokes Blue Brs06-17
Safavieh Heritage HG811B Blue and Beige
Safavieh Chatham CHT733B Blue and Ivory
Safavieh Heritage HG913A Light Blue and Beige
Safavieh Chelsea HK141D Light Blue
Kaleen Brushstrokes Blue Brs01-17
Safavieh Persian Legend PL819C Blue and Gold
Safavieh Cape Cod CAP350A Natural and Blue
Safavieh Courtyard CY6108-25 Aqua and Cream
Safavieh Blossom BLM863A Blue and Multi
Safavieh Antiquity AT314A Blue and Ivory
Safavieh Montauk MTK751A Blue
Safavieh Antiquity AT52C Blue and Gold
Safavieh Wyndham WYD374A Blue and Multi
Safavieh Antiquity AT312A Blue and Beige
Surya Banshee BAN3342
Blue Area Rugs
The world of blue area rugs is vast and complex, and you are not limited at all when it comes to selecting the perfect shade for any room in your home. Blue come in so many different hues that it is easy to find exactly the right color to match your favorite curtains or to bring to mind a specific color in the sky or shade of the ocean. A dark blue color can help you create a soothing space that can easily be decorated with lighter colors to balance the shades, while a light blue gives you plenty to work with in terms of beach themes and cool, inviting décor. No matter how you choose to work with blue in your home, the perfect rug is just waiting for you to discover it. Here are some tips on how to decorate with blue rugs in any room of your home.
Blue Rugs in the Living Room
Incorporate blue into your living room area to let your love of modern and unique designs fly free! This is a great opportunity for you to make a modern, contemporary living room space with shade of blue that work with other colors to make bold statements. For an ocean themed modern living room escape, choose azure and green for your colors. A sapphire light shag rug can help with this theme as well, particularly if used as an accent along with another bright shag. Aquamarine and yellow work well especially when used along with animal prints or abstract rugs, while turquoise and red lends itself well to more standard modern patterns. For something that can work its way into a southwestern rug theme, choose a cobalt ikat rug. If you want your room to stand out boldly go with orange and navy shag or an indigo and orange wool rug instead. Of course, for one of the most incredible bold looks you can create with blue, choose a black and ultramarine checkered or spotted patterns instead. With the right furniture to make the blue really pop, this will become the focal point of your room in no time.
Blue Area Rugs in the Kitchen
For the perfect country kitchen, choose an area rug that fits perfectly into your favorite country style. Pale shades of blue are popular among country rugs, but darker shades can also make the style work well, depending on the patterns you choose. Navy and white stripes are a great way to get started looking for the perfect country blue rug. A light blue braided rug or a royal and brown mixed braided rug in the center of the room can make a kitchen feel truly country. Baby blue and white striped runners add to the effect nicely, while yellow and powder blue floral prints give you plenty to work with when decorating in a country theme.
Blue in the Dining Room
The dining room is a great place to let more muted and subdued shades of blue make your space look elegant and dignified. Choose from a wide variety of different traditional rug patterns to bring your beautiful dining room to life with charm and grace at every step. Elegant, traditional patterns can be found in cornflower blue and green to create a natural, garden feeling in your dining room. Choose green and baby blue to put together a similar color palette with a few slight change, or go with gray and marine blue if you are looking for something that is sure to warm up the space. Grey and peacock can create a burst of blue color, while red and midnight blue can make the room have a transitional feeling. Finally, choose a slate and gold color for a truly authentic traditional experience.
In the Bedroom
When choosing the right area rug for your bedroom, remember to stick with colors that will give you a sense of peace and calm. You do not want your bedroom to be too chaotic, since it is the last thing you will see before you fall asleep. Choose traditional colors, and even if you prefer to blend them with more modern styles, you will be able to rest easy in your beautifully-decorated room. For an elegant darker option, choose brown and cyan or navy and grey in simple, delicate prints for your bedroom. Lavender and gray also look amazing, particularly for more natural patterns, while pink and gray can work together in a similar fashion. Choose a simple but beautiful gray floral if you want something very traditional and easy to match in your room, or go with a cadet blue round rug at the end of the bed for a simple, solid addition.
Blue Rugs as Hallway Runners
Blue is a fun and perky color to add to your hallway spaces, and if you are looking for runner rugs to give a splash of color to this often neglected part of your home, blue is sure to give you just what you need and a whole lot more! More modern and fun styles work well for blue runner rugs, so do not be afraid to mix and match complementary and matching colors to get what you are looking for. For a warm and comforting combination of colors, choose a pattern in robin’s egg blue and brown for your hall. This can help give you a springboard for other decoration ideas throughout the space. Teal and red work well together to make a funky look in your hallway, while yellow and peacock create a vibrant, tropical feeling that works well with animal print rugs. If you feel like being a little extra patriotic, choose a red white and blue runner rug, or go for a blue and white color in the hall for a quick summertime fix.
Blue area rugs are widely available in so many different shades, shapes, and patterns that you can put together any kind of space you like with ease when you choose to work with blue. No matter which room in your home you want to decorate, you can create the perfect sense of style to go with any theme when you work with a blue as your main focus. Choose your favorite one and do not be afraid to get a little inventive with the patterns, too!