Rug Love Of The Day (#RLOTD)

Happy Humpday everyone! We’ve almost made it to another weekend! But in the meantime we should still be thankful for today because there are never any bad days only some better than others. So if you’re currently reading this that means you have the opportunity to do something that makes you feel more alive than ever! With that being said I present you with today’s Rug Love Of The Day: a handmade, Pakistani, wool composed rug from our Utopia Collection! It has a very simple design that is emphasized with vivid colors. The neutral base color of the rug makes it usable for many different decorative scenarios around the house, while the colors of  its design allow it to not become a victim of being completely boring! To view this rug and many more you can visit our website where we have a plethora of area rugs that may tickle your fancy! I hope everyone has a great rest of the day and remember whatever you decide in your house…do it for the Love of the rug! #RLOTD #ForTheLoveOfRug

Rug #2822


Rug Love Of The Day (#RLOTD):

Hello again everyone! Happy Humpday! Keeping along the mood of autumn, today’s Rug Love Of The Day (RLOTD) goes to this hand knotted, wool and bamboo silk-made, Tibetan weave area rug. It has the autumn-like colors of grey, brown and off-white that give it a very cozy feel. It’s Army fatigued design gives it a very individualized look and a clash between order and chaos. When I look at this rug the thought that comes to mind is something I like to call planned randomness. You can visit  our site to view this rug and many more just like it and nothing like it as well! Find the rug that fits your personality and home! I hope you all enjoyed this #RLOTD and let’s all finish off this week strong! It’s Halloween tomorrow! Woo whoo!

Army Designed Rug #32574 (2)

Rug Love of The Day (#RLOTD):

Today’s Rug Love Of The Day goes to this contemporary, hand knotted, blue medallion, vintage worn area rug from India. The simplistic beauty in its color and design will give any room a zen-like feng sui feeling. It is said that the color blue symbolizes trust, confidence and loyalty and gives a feeling of serenity and cleanliness. It is also believed that is suppresses appetite for all us eaters out there! (slowly raises his hand in confirmation of being a Fooder)  The brown design with the blue vintage worn look, gives this area rug a neutral subtlety that allows it to stand out while remaining  cool, calm and collective. It can be paired with many different environments and easily fit into place. To learn more about how colors can affect mood and for other interior design fun, visit Rhiannon’s website and check out the article, “Interior Design Colors Can Affect Your Mood.” To view or purchase more area rugs like this, head to Utah Rugs and type the ID number 30825 in the search bar. Remember, whatever your decision of how to use it to decorate your humble abode, do it for the love of the rug! We’d also like to extend our deepest gratitude and congratulations to Stanley “P” The Sari silk, for being awarded as the Rug Love Of The Day (#RLOTD) runner up! Hold your threads up high Stanley “P”, you have nothing to be ashamed about and everything to be proud about! We have nothing but Rug Love for ya! 🙂 

Untitled Blue Medallion Vintage worn look

Rug Love of The Day (#RLOTD):

Contemporary rugs are the rugs of today. They are the “here and now” works of many modern artists such as Andy Warhol, Plum Blossom from Karastan, and even designer brands like Calvin Klein. They differ from traditional rugs by the way they look and sometimes feel. As oppose to traditional rugs which are made up of neutral and tempered colors, contemporary rugs are often composed of vivid, vibrant and more live-like colors that stand out. The geometric patterns used on contemporary rugs are often reminiscent of the famous painter Pablo Picasso’s bold cubism paintings. Sophisticated patterns such as curved, floral and polka dot design, are often features that identify contemporary rugs. With the many designs and color ranges of contemporary rugs, it’s easier to find and match a rug of your liking to almost any household theme; such as today’s Rug Love Of The Day composed of a Tibetan weave wool material originating from India. Today there is a high demand for not only contemporary rugs, but traditional rugs with a new twist on them with color reformation such as over-dying and wash erased. For more information on this rug visit Utah Rugs and enter the ID number 30275 in the search bar. Do it for the love of the rug!

Purple Contemporary Wool Rug 30275

Rug Love of The Day (#RLOTD):

Today’s Rug Love Of The Day goes to this transitional, hand knotted, wool area rug originating from India. It’s unique design gives it a rustic look by blending brown and beige colors, with a hint of reddish-orange stitching that accentuates its character. The diversity of this handmade area rug makes it a suitable candidate for any environment  seeking to add a splash of class with a modern look. For more information on this uniquely handcrafted area rug, head to Utah Rugs and enter the ID number 31939 in the search bar. Do it for the love of the rug!

India 32939

Rug Love of The Day (#RLOTD):

Today’s Rug Love Of The Day goes to this contemporary, hand knotted, sari silk area rug with origins from India. This is one of the new additions to our collection! The multicolored pattern makes for a beautiful decoration within the household and can be paired with different environments to bring any room to life; dining room, living room, bedroom, hallway, doorway, YOU NAME IT! Being that it’s composed of silk its texture has a very unique and smooth “feel good” touch to it! To view more information on this beautifully handcrafted area rug, head to Utah Rugs and type the ID number 27304 in the search bar. This is the kind of rug you can admire for a lifetime, but whatever you decide remember to do it for the love of the rug!

Sari Silk ROTD