Photography by Madi Flournoy Henderson
One rug at a time, we are creating warmth and the feeling of home all around our new house. All of our rugs, with the exception of 1, have come from Rugs USA and I can’t speak highly enough about the broad selection and the quality of their rugs!
We’ve truly been pleased with each and every rug that we have ordered from Rugs USA. Sometimes it can be a challenge to pick out a rug online…especially since you cannot see it in person and touch it to get a feel for the quality.
I can speak from experience, multiple experiences at that, that what you see on their site is what you get! Their descriptions are accurate, the colors are, for the most part, spot on (keep in mind, a rug may look a little different once you place it in your own space), and the quality is fantastic. Not to mention, their rugs are so reasonably priced…they make it easy for me to never want to shop elsewhere. After all, why would I?! They have received 5 stars in my book with every purchase.
One of the things that I love most about Rugs USA is their broad selection. Their rugs are unique and you can find exactly what you are looking for…from traditional to modern to bohemian, they have it all!
The rug that I picked for our library is their “Chroma CB23 Hazy Damask Medallion Mirage” rug. I love the sand color background with the subtle colors throughout and the damask medallion print. It was exactly what I was looking for and I know that I will have so many options when decorating our library.
Now that our beautiful new rug is in, I can concentrate on furniture pieces for this space, filling our bookcase, and adorning the walls with framed art.
Have you ever purchased a rug from Rugs USA?! If not, I highly recommend that you consider doing so or at least browsing their site. I guarantee you are on their site for a while looking at all of their gorgeous rugs! I personally have an ongoing wish list until we have all spaces covered with one of their rugs.
Thanks for stopping by today! Wishing you all a great start to the month of December…so hard to believe it is December 1st!