5 Rugs to Warm up your home this Autumn
Even though we've been trying to cling to summer, it's safe to say that autumn is officially upon us. As the outside world turns a gorgeous shade of copper, you too can make subtle interior changes to match. Warm up your home with some of our favourite rugs for autumn.
Our Patchwork Chenille Rug is just perfect for covering up bare kitchen and dining room floors, as its thin pile means that it's suitable for use under furniture. This rug was inspired by the classic tapestry style and combines a number of deep orange and gold tones to bring a certain warmth to the room. Introduce this gorgeous rug to your home to keep you cosy even as the colder months approach.
Floral, with splashes of vibrant reds and oranges, the Woodstock Rug is full of life. It's woven from an enhanced Heatset Polyproplene fibre, meaning that it feels almost like wool and is therefore also very soft. As a statement rug, this is a great choice if you're looking to add a little warmth whilst maintaining your minimalist decor.
Our Winslow Rust and Corn Rugs are individually loom knotted in India and dyed a subtle blend of autumnal tones. Its classic stripe pattern means that it complements a range of decors, and its thickness makes it a fantastic addition to any living room or bedroom. Both this rug and the gorgeous Winslow Autumn Rust Rug are available in a range of sizes including the hallway runner style, so why not make it the first thing you see as you step through the front door?
The shaggy Nomadic Copper Rug is the perfect thickness to curl your toes into as you relax, and its diamond design complements a variety of interior styles. This rug looks great in all rooms, but especially as a living room centrepiece as depicted in the photograph above. There are a number of colours to choose from, with the red version also a brilliant option for autumnal decoration.
Wool rugs are excellent for injecting warmth to a room, and the 100% hand-tufted OPS Terra Rug is particularly soft. The rug's unique pebble design brings a contemporary twist to its classic rectangular style, and the fusion of terracotta and chestnut tones makes it a fantastic decorative piece for the later months.
- Posted On: 6 September 2019