10 Amazing Area Rugs Under $500
Finding a great rug is easy — we’ve got tons of them saved on Pinterest. Finding a great rug that doesn’t cost thousands, though? That’s slightly more difficult. So we set ourselves a challenge: round up as many beautiful area rugs (which are all approximately 5′ x 8′) as possible, all under $500. Here are 10 of our favorite won’t-break-the-bank picks.
This black and white beauty has a distinctly chic vibe, but it’s versatile enough to work with just about any palette or style.
A contemporary take on a traditional design, this Turkish rug is suited for both indoor and outdoor spaces.
The workhorse of the rug world, a sisal adds a subtle hit of natural texture and will last a long time. This one has a unique tweed pattern instead of the classic striped design.
We love the trad-meets-contemporary charm of an overdyed vintage rug. This one, from Turkey, is part of a collection of old, hand-knotted rugs that have been updated with fresh, modern hues.
A designer favorite, this graphic rug is an inexpensive way to add energy to your space. Bonus: It’s super durable and easy to clean.
A subtle, abstract botanical print adds to the cozy feel of this hand-tufted, spaced-dyed yarn rug that’s certified Fair Trade.
Inspired by vintage kilim rugs, this modern take by designer Steven Alan is reversible, so it’ll last even longer.
This rug’s graphic chain-linked pattern was inspired by the mid-century architecture of Palm Springs, but its durable indoor/outdoor design is perfect for colder climates.
Bright colors and a southwest-inspired pattern makes this recycled cotton dhurrie a fun addition to a living room or den. A zigzag grid of jute makes for a cool neutral accent.
A mod take on the classic kilim, this hard-wearing design was handmade by artisans at India’s Panipat Rug Weavers, a family-owned workshop that was founded in the ‘30s.