These green and brown area rugs will upgrade your rooms, insulate your floors, and say good morning to your feet with thick, soft fibers. And they're available in any style you can imagine.
Why A Green And Brown Rug?
Green and brown area rugs are popular with interior decorators because of their gentle, earthy appeal. With so many styles, materials, thicknesses, and sizes, there's something for every house, and it's hard to go wrong with your purchase.
Even a novice interior decorator can use a green and brown rug to profound effect since it's a safe color combination to introduce.
The following decor ideas are inspired by the way a professional might use these rugs in a home:
A large green and brown outdoor rug used in an open patio, underneath a table, defining the sitting area.
Olive green and brown area rugs used in a lodge style home to decorate the living room, bedroom, and dining area.
A contemporary green and brown striped rug in a large kitchen, grounding the area's otherwise bright colors.
With thousands of options, the list could go on forever! There's something for every home and occasion.
A Closer Look At Green And Brown Area Rugs
The combination of green and brown is inviting, energizing, and grounding. Interior decorators use them in homes with more natural decor or houses that could use a bit of earthy grounding. Usually, these are spaces that are overly bright or missing a bit of warm texture.
Green and brown both have strong associations, which only adds to the atmosphere they create. You could decorate an entire residence around one of these beautiful rug designs.
In Feng Shui and color psychology, green is associated with:
Meanwhile, brown is associated with:
With combos like vibrancy, fresh energy and inner balance, and warmth and reliability, how could you go wrong?
Is A Green And Brown Rug Right For Me?
Look at your home's existing palette to see if green and brown will fit in. A color wheel is a tool that interior decorators use frequently, and it is part of why professional designs look so flawless.
If the colors are a fit, you're in! With thousands of rugs to choose from, you'll find a size, style, and pattern combo that suits your home.
The following tips will help:
Measure carefully and plan for 12" between the edges of your rug and the walls of your room.
Opt for durable materials if your home is subject to high traffic or heavy soil.
Use thinner rugs if your rug will be in a high-traffic area.
Choosing The Perfect Green And Brown Rug
Plug your size, material, and thickness preferences into the filters to help narrow your results and find the perfect rug for your home! You can also enter your home's current decor style(s) to refine your search.
Remember to add a pad to your purchase. Rug pads prevent sliding while adding extra cushion.
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