Now that the winter months have firmly arrived, it’s time to start thinking about floor coverings; necessary for fending off the chill and creating a sense of warmth. We’ve researched the neutral wool rug, searching out the best choices from familiar national retailers (no trips to the nearest Design Center necessary). Here are our top picks:
Above: At Revival, the Khilola Handknotted Rug is handwoven and knotted in Usak, Turkey; $2,420 at Khilola. Above: The IKEA Sporup Low Pile Rug in 6 feet 7 inches by 9 feet 10 inches is $99. This rug is made from recycled PET bottles, and closely mimics the densely tufted, soft pile of wool. Above: The Room & Board Alder Rug in Ivory starts at $799. Above: The Restoration Hardware Venise Border Handwoven Rug is $775 to $6,225 depending on size. Above: Made of New Zealand wool that is slightly felted before woven, Pottery Barn’s Dalton Hand-Loomed Wool Shag Rug is available in Ivory or Warm Grey for $399 to $1,599. Above: Crate & Barrel’s Ghost Ranch Flatweave Rug ranges from $599 to $1,299 depending on size. Above: From Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, the Amsterdam Rug is available in natural (shown) and midnight; starting at $761 (member price) for the 5 by 8 foot size. Above: Room & Board’s Arden Rug is woven in the US of New Zealand wool; available in shag and low shag starting at $1,649. Above: West Elm’s Mini Pebble Wool Jute Rug in Natural/Ivory is $60 to $900 depending on size. Above: The Zlatinka Handknotted Rug is $1,342 at Revival Rugs.
Above: The Natim Handwoven Rug is $2,245 to $8,305 at Restoration Hardware.
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