26 stunning and colorful rugs for a dramatic pop of color below your feet

I will never forget how my living room transformed from a dull space to an inviting home once I added a bright-colored rug under my couch. If you’re looking to add a splash of color to brighten up a space, consider a stunning rug. Here is a list of  26 colorful rugs that could brighten up any room in or outside a home.

Green Rugs

Growing up, I never saw a rug in the kitchen. A trend we’ve noticed lately is the use of a runner by the island. Using a bright green in the kitchen is fairly uncommon, making it an easy addition to add a unique pop.

Phoenix Rug from Lulu and Georgia
Stonewashed Medallion Rug from Anthropologie
Empress Rug from Lulu and Georgia

 

Red Rugs

Although a darker red can be a less risky choice when it comes to traditional home design, there are plenty of ways to make it bold within a modern look. If it’s playing off other red accents in the room, the rug won’t blend in.

Channing Persian-Style Rug from Pottery Barn
Tufted Anika Rug from Anthropologie
Distressed Medallion Rug from West Elm

Blue Rugs

Blue has the ability to shift the energy in a room and make the world seem calmer. This doesn’t mean the tranquility has to be boring. Consider a blue with a bolder pattern to brighten your design.

Maya Rug from Lulu and Georgia
Adeline Rug – Blue from Pottery Barn

 

Checkerboard Diamond Wool Dhurrie from West Elm

Brown Rugs

Usually a dull tone, you might think brown rugs wouldn’t make the list. These brown rugs standout even when they are surrounded by brown accents.

Rana Rug from Lulu and Georgia
Caravan Rug from Anthropologie
Marisol Area Rug from Apt2B

Pink Rugs

There is something about pink that makes a room feel bohemian. These rugs show how so many shades of light pink can add texture to the floor.

All Roads Texture-Striped Flatweave Rug from Anthropologie
Flame Rug from West Elm
Glam Shag Rug – Rose Gold from West Elm

Yellow Rugs

Solid yellow rugs seem to be trending for both indoor and outdoor spaces. While it is an easier addition outside, the Alloy Distressed Rug from West Elm shows how yellow can bring a dark room to life.

Additri Indoor/Outdoor dug from Arhaus
Alloy Distressed Rug from West Elm

Orange Rugs

Orange is probably one of the least popular colors when it comes to rugs, but if you can find a great pattern that highlights the shade you can really lighten up a room.

Aracelli Rug from Anthropologie
Themis Vintage Rug from Lulu and Georgia
Marcello Indoor/Outdoor Rug from Anthropologie

Purple Rugs

I’m in love with rugs featuring light purple shades. I would use the Vishion app to pull that beautiful shade of purple from the Kaira Rug from Arhaus to find accent pieces for the entire room.

Kaira Rug from Arhaus
Laisha Power-Loomed Rug
Hand-Knotted Double Diamond Rug from Anthropologie

Black Rugs

I have a neighbor with a black striped rug in their backyard. It’s the only rug I feel like I’ve ever truly noticed. Especially when you contrast the color with natural tones, it’s hard not to notice.

Colca Wool Rug from West Elm
Montecito Area Rug from Apt2B
Fabien Synthetic Indoor/Outdoor Rug – Black Multi from Pottery Barn

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