Rugs are an oft-overlooked part of home decor, yet they can make a big impact on your space. Whether you’re decorating your dorm room or first apartment, carefully selecting area rugs is necessary to pull things together with polish. Something about a well-placed area rug makes your space instantly elevated and aesthetic — but that doesn’t mean rug shopping has to be expensive.
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When shopping for home decor essentials, a rug is likely the last thing on your mind. You’re probably finding yourself budgeting for bedding and furniture storage solutions — but area rugs? They likely don’t make your must-have list. And that’s exactly why cheap rugs come in clutch. For less than $120, you can snatch up a durable area rug that looks way more expensive than it actually is. You just have to know where to shop.
To experience the wonder of area rugs without blowing your budget, browse these five sites stocking cheap rugs that look like luxury buys.
RuggableUnless you’ve been living under a very drably decorated rock, you know all about Ruggable. Machine washable rugs in modern, gorgeous prints? There’s a lot to love. The brand’s two-piece rugs withstand coffee spills, rainy-day mud, dorm room food experiments and more.
Sure, larger Ruggable sizes can range from $200 to $400. That’s a bit of an investment. But all you need is a small rug — like 2 feet by 3 feet or 3 feet by 5 feet — to get the decor benefits. That will set you back less than $150 on most styles! Plus, the easy-to-clean perks of Ruggable rugs mean your investment will have significantly more longevity than a traditional rug.
The name HomeGoods says it all: It has the “goods” when it comes to decorating your space. And that includes cheap rugs. From subdued selections to statement styles, HomeGoods has a healthy collection of inexpensive floor coverings that look anything but cheap.
The best part? HomeGoods’ inventory constantly changes, giving you the latest styles for less. But this also means you must scoop up any style to catch your eye stat! But with several options clocking in under $100, it’s hardly considered a splurge.
A beacon for affordable home decor, Wayfair has countless cheap rugs that deliver on style. From classic patterns to floral motifs to bold abstract prints, the massive online retailer has something for every aesthetic. And the prices truly can’t be beat.
While you can find heaps and heaps of bargain buys on Wayfair, you can also find some pricey items that are likely out of your range. Limit the selection by price point to make browsing less overwhelming — and to prevent any heartbreak if your favorite rug happens to cost more than $500. Yikes.
If you couldn’t see this one coming, you’re lying. Amazon is a top retailer for, well, everything. And that includes stocking thousands upon thousands of rugs. In fact, just searching the term “rugs” on Amazon returns more than 30,000 results. That’s a lot of floor decor!
If you have a style of rug in mind, like a super-soft shag rug or even a rug shaped like a monstera leaf (really), you can probably find it on Amazon. As with everything on Amazon, prices are across the board — and so is quality. Take a look at customer reviews to get the best bang for your buck.
For a collection of extremely aesthetic rugs, look no further than Urban Outfitters. Though most known for clothing, don’t sleep on Urban’s home decor section — especially when it comes to affordable (and cute!) rugs.
While you can scoop up a novelty hot dog-shaped rug for fun, you can also find more elevated options in the retailer’s surprisingly robust selection of almost 300 rugs. From the subdued to the vibrant, Urban Outfitters has it all — including affordable one-of-a-kind rugs as part of their eco-conscious Urban Renewal program.
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