Safavieh Persian Legend PL819B Light Green and Rust
$ 49.00 and up
Safavieh Anatolia AN522B Tan and Ivory
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Safavieh California Shag SG151-1313 Beige
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Try Round Area Rugs for Rooms in your Home
NOTE: The area rug pictures show in the Round rug pages will show up as a rectangle, but if you click through to the individual product pages you will see that there are round rugs available.
If you have a large room a round, circular area rug might just be the thing it needs. Ten-foot round rugs and 8-foot round rugs can be just the thing to make a extra-large room seem a bit more cozy. We also them available in 2 feet small, 3 ft circle, 4 shaped, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 foot extra large sizes. While floral round rugs are a common choice for a large area, contemporary shag and modern wool round carpets can also make for a surprising choice that adds visual interest to a room with main colors such as blue, brown, black and white and red, while other secondary colorful rugs are available in green, orange, teal and turquoise. If cost is an issue, discount and cheap pricing can be found at BoldRugs.com. We carry all major throw rugs from brands such as Safavieh, Momeni, Dalyn and Surya are on sale so get ready to buy one today.
When your room needs a little something different, you might want to reach for a round rug to bring the space to life. Round area rugs are a great way to visually fill up a space without overloading it too much like some rectangular rugs can. Best of all, round rugs work well in rooms of just about any size, so even if you have a small space you can usually get a lot of designing use out of one of these rugs. If you’ve got a large room, on the other hand, you might want to use a couple of rugs together to make a unique style that all your friends and family are sure to love. With a round area rug as part of your plan, anything is possible.
Using Round Rugs in the Living Room
You might think it’s going to be a little difficult to work with a round rug in the living room, but don’t worry! You have a lot of options. Try 8’ round rugs to give yourself plenty of rug to work with if you’re looking for something to be the centerpiece of your room. For example, an 8’ round gray rug would look stunning placed in the center of a sitting area surrounded by a sofa or loveseat and a couple of chairs, all of which are in different jewel tones. Place a neutral color coffee table on top of the rug and you have a perfect traditional living room setup in no time.
9 ft round oriental rugs are popular for classic living rooms, too. These large round wool rugs may be hand made or machine made, but they’re always designed to look just like the expensive rugs of the past. However, if you prefer to be a little more casual in your living room, try something more whimsical instead, like an extra large blue and red striped round rug. A rug like this can be a very bold statement, but when you pair it with solid colored furniture that complements it and lets the rug do the talking, you’ll have an incredible modern room you’re sure to love.
If you prefer something a little more toned down in your dining room, why not try a couple of round rugs together instead of one large one, instead? Try two or three navy blue round throw rugs at the doors and windows around the room, or offset them from each other throughout the walking space. This can be a great way to add some fluidity to a room that needs a little more in terms of decoration, and if you choose a simple neutral tone like navy, black, or grey, you still have a lot of options when it comes to the furniture.
Add some to the Kitchen
Round rugs can make a cute kitchen space even cuter. If you’re trying to create a 1950s style kitchen, for example, 3 foot round accent rugs in red, aqua blue, or pastel yellow can make nice bubbles of color throughout the room to help draw your theme together. A 4 foot round sisal rug, on the other hand, could help you create something more like a country style kitchen, especially if you choose one with a simple, small floral pattern. If you prefer to stick to more mainstream modern style kitchen expressions, try a black and white circle rug in the center of the room, or a couple scattered throughout the room for an asymmetric design.
The types of round rugs you choose for your kitchen depend entirely on its theme. Do you have a favorite animal you want to decorate with in your kitchen space? If so, look for an animal print round rug or something in a neutral color that goes well with your chosen theme. What about a nautical kitchen? Try a light blue and white round rug combination at the sink and stove and be sure to use plenty of lighthouses and anchors in your wall décor!
In your Bedrooms
Decorate your bedroom with 4’ round shag rugs scattered throughout the space in a few different colors for exciting bursts of modern style. Be sure to choose colors that work well with the pattern of your bedspread or with the colors in your curtains for the best results with this style. If you prefer something a little more traditional, try a small round navy blue Safavieh rug at the foot of your bed, or position a 5ft round grey rug in the center of the room between your bed and dresser or vanity. This way, you’ll be able to work around these muted, neutral colors with whatever type of bedroom décor you choose to go with, and your rug will be functional first without necessarily being the center of attention.
Try using round rugs to decorate children’s rooms, too! A cheap round 5’ rug can go a long way toward giving your child a comfortable and soft place to play in his or her room. Choose a shag rug or one made of wool so your child always has somewhere soft to sit on the floor. Pick something in orange, green, blue, or purple, and try to stick to solid colors or stripes whenever possible. This way, when your child’s interests change with time, you’ll be able to continue using your round rug for as long as necessary to keep decorating the space.
Round rugs have a place in contemporary design as well as in traditional style rooms. Most types of area rugs can be found as a round rug, and they work great in transitional spaces too. Any part of your home can be spiced up with the incorporation of a round rug or two, and if you scatter them throughout the rooms in your home, this is even better! Choose rugs made from a variety of different materials for unique textures throughout your space. Don’t be afraid to try something different, like an eco-friendly hemp rug or even something made of leather, if you’re looking for even more of a departure from the traditional. Any design scheme you’re looking to accomplish can be done with a round rug in the room.