When I am looking for stylish, affordable...and most importantly these days...in stock home decor items for my clients, Wayfair is a great resource. One of the items I consistently buy for myself from Wayfair, and also recommend to my clients? Rugs!
The season of life I am in right now is messy! I have 3 kids and 2 dogs, and accidents happen...ALOT! Rugs can be a very expensive item, like thousands of dollars expensive. It just doesn't make sense to me to spend that kind of money on something that sees as much action as our rugs do. Not to mention, I want to enjoy my home with my family, not be constantly worried about the damage that can happen to my rugs!
In my mind, you can't beat the style and price of rugs from Wayfair and they have an unbelievable selection. That is the only issue I can see with using Wayfair - sifting through the many options...it can be a little overwhelming but that is where I come in! Today I am excited to share my favorites with you, rugs that I own and recommend to clients. I am using affiliate links in this post, which means that if you purchase one of these rugs, I can potentially earn a small commission at no extra cost to you!
With the exception of one rug that I bought from Pottery Barn years ago and the Ruggable rug in my Dining Room, the rest of our area rugs come from Wayfair. This is the first rug I ever purchased from Wayfair, a few years ago now.
I was so happy with it, I bought it in a darker color for our Family Room.
This rug in my Living Room is by far my favorite, it's so neutral but has a really pretty pattern.
I bought this rug for our master bathroom and am obsessed with the pop of color it adds to the room!
That is it for Wayfair rugs that I currently own, but when we move to our new house, you can believe I have my eyes on a few new rugs! I have also recommended tons of Wayfair rugs to clients lately, so I have picked my 6 current favorites:
I hope this post has given you some inspiration for your next rug purchase! Remember when you are picking the size, bigger is always better but at the very least, you want the front legs of the furniture on the rug. If you are struggling with what might look good in your home, take a look at my "Ask a Decorator" packages and let me know if you need some help!
Thanks so much for reading!