Nov13 Drab to Fab: Rugs 2012

If you’re looking to add a little life and spunk into your nursery or kids bedroom, a simple way that involves no crafting or painting is to purchase a rug. Rugs are good for bringing the design elements of a room together, adding simple comfort, or creating a focal point for an otherwise neutral room.  Here are some of my favorite rugs, paired with similar rugs that are currently available, and easy on the purse.
GreyLikesBaby DrabToFab Rugs1 Drab to Fab: Rugs
Neutral // Animal Skin 1  // Animal Skin 2 //  Trellis  // Florals 1 // Florals 2 // Embossed Pattern 1 // Embossed Pattern 2 // Chevron 1 // Chevron 2 // Striped 1 //  Striped 2  // Navajo

Photo Credit: Neutral Nursery // Animal Skin Nursery // Trellis Nursery // Florals Room  // Embossed Patterns Nursery // Chevron Nursery // Striped Bedroom

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GREY LIKES COMMENTS!

  • Juliemara on November 15, 2012

    I used the first room pictured as the inspiration for my nursery, I love how it turned out! But I though the rug would be too scratchy for the floor in a baby’s room, I chose a soft grey rug instead.

  • D on November 17, 2012

    The rug in the first nursery is actually the IKEA Tarnby, which you can purchase for a lot less than the one shown on the Overstock link.

  • GREY on November 17, 2012

    Julliemara: I agree, good choice on switching it out! D: Fantastic!!! Thanks for the tip

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