5 Kitchen Rugs That Create Design Style
Mohawk Perfect Coffee Kitchen Rug
This is an adorable coffee motif kitchen rug with tan and Tuscany red colors. It’s made in the US with soft pile yarn, and has a handy sliced, or half-moon shape that makes it fit perfectly in front of the kitchen sink or stove.
Previous happy buyers of this rug say the red is a wonderful true Tuscan shade of red, the rug is very thick and soft but durable enough to withstand puppies and kids. One reviewer at Amazon even says this rug makes an excellent addition to her grapevine decor scheme.
Natural Bamboo Kitchen Rug
The natural bamboo wood in this kitchen rug leds a touch of coziness and charm that’s versatile enough to user with a modern decorating theme, minimalist, or asian design styles and all points in between. The rug is water resistant, making spill clean ups a simple wipe down job. It is backed and edged with matching mold-resistant fabric for a finished look.
Owners of this rug say it is much nicer in the home than the online picture appears. The wood has a glossy sheen similar to polished wood floors and reviewers say it is very comfortable to stand on.
Extra Weave Leather Kitchen Rug
This is an unusual rug for several reasons. It is hand-woven for extra stability, and it is made from scraps of leather that have been recycled from coat and shoe factories! The leather strips used to weave this rug are in shades of brown that compliment Tuscan design styles well. The colors and material would work excellently in rustic and country decor themes too.
Owners of this leather rug say it’s very soft and flexible, the colors blend beautifully, and it doesn’t slip or show dirt.
Brown Stripe Reversible Kitchen Rug
This is a reversible rug that can be washed and will not mildew or rot. It is woven from recycled threads in colors that compliment a variety of design styles. Try in with Tuscon or Southwest design styles in your home.
Bordeaux Berber Kitchen Rug
This Berber kitchen rug has a fun fruit pattern running around the edges that says “old world” to me. Try it in a Tuscan or French Country themed kitchen and you won’t likely be disappointed.
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