14 Best Places to Buy Rugs Online If You’re Shopping on a Budgeton February 12, 2020 at 3:01 pm
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Amazon has everything under the sun, including an array of affordable rugs. There’s a huge selection of rug types, styles, and prices to fit your needs — along with two-day shipping, so you can complete your room stat.
If your goal is to “save money and live better,” then head straight to Walmart. Believe it or not, the major retailer has a growing range of rugs to fit any room, style, or budget. Drew Barrymore Flower Home has standout options for anyone looking to add more color into their home, including this 70s-inspired rainbow beauty.
Browse through Urban Outfitters’ gorgeous offerings to make your bohemian dreams a possibility. Printed flatweave rugs tend to be the most affordable options on the site, but they also have a wide variety of tufted and shag options if you’re looking for something more plush.
With brands like Opalhouse, Project 62, Threshold, and Hearth & Hand by Magnolia, Target has an area or accent rug for any style home. Since prices are pretty similar across the board (5×7 area rugs start as low as $89), it’s easiest to shop by brand: Hearth & Hand by Magnolia for farmhouse-inspired styles, Threshold for traditional options, Project 62 for contemporary rugs, and Opalhouse for something on the bolder side.
Joss & Main
Because it’s in the same family as Wayfair and All Modern, Joss & Main also offers “picture-perfect styles at too-good-to-be-true prices.” They make it easy to find exactly what you’re looking for by breaking up hundreds of pages of rugs by color, size, purpose, and feel. And they even have a select assortment that ship for free, which is a major bonus.
It’s all in the name: Rugs.com specializes in — you guessed it — area rugs. There are flash deals on hundreds of rugs each day, so you can score a great price on a one-of-a-kind accent piece. While the endless options can be overwhelming at first, you browse by room, color, size, or style, or opt for a visual search to see what instantly catches your eye.
For timeless styles, invest in one of Pottery Barn’s classic rugs, ranging from hallway runners to massive floor coverings. Since sustainability is the latest here-to-stay trend, browse through their Sustainability Shop to find Earth-friendly picks made of recycled and sustainably sourced materials.
Those ultra-trendy rugs you see all over Instagram? Yeah, they’re probably from The Citizenry. But it’s not just about looks: The Citizenry follows Fair Trade practices and employs local artisans around the world to show off their handiwork, including this warm and inviting jute rug braided by hand in India.
If you have kids, pets, or the tendency to spill, well, anything and everything, then listen up: Ruggable’s two-step Rug System comes with an easy-to-clean rug pad and a washer-friendly rug cover. That means you don’t have to toss your rug or pay for an expensive carpet cleaner to tackle inevitable spills, pet messes, and built-up dirt.
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While AllModern’s rugs are similar prices and styles to the selection on Wayfair and Joss & Main, the site has a how-to section to help you find the best rug for your space, depending on the room’s size and purpose. They also have a step-by-step guide on how to set up your new piece, and how to best care for it.
Head to World Market to get culturally-inspired decor without the expensive international shipping fees. Because rugs come from different countries around the globe, there’s everything from shag rugs to flat-weave kilim rugs.
Lulu and Georgia
Along with tried-and-true styles, Lulu and Georgia features cutting-edge designs like machine-woven medallions and jute sunbursts. No matter which style you choose, all of their rugs instantly elevate any room with top-notch quality, bright colors, and eye-catching textures. Search for your home’s new addition by browsing through different designs, trends, features, materials, and construction.
TJ Maxx and Marshalls
Although it’s a gamble when you take a trip to TJ Maxx, Home Goods, or Marshalls, they may just have exactly what you’re looking for (at a fraction of the price, might we add). Luckily, you can shop TJ Maxx and Marshalls online to see their ever-changing selection in the comfort of your home. Just be sure to make a move if you see a rug you like because they tend to sell out fast.
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