DecorBook Classic : Indoor/Outdoor Rugs

Do you have an indoor/outdoor rug on your patio?  If you do, you know how comfy, stylish and durable an outdoor rug can be.  Plus they are fade resistant, can be hosed off and often times, soft underfoot.  Perfect for outdoors.  But what about really using an indoor/outdoor rug indoors?  It's an affordable solution that gives you a big bang for the buck.  And, Memorial Day weekend is the perfect time to buy an indoor/outdoor rug as they're on sale everywhere.  Let's check out some indoor looks, all under $200 for a 8'x10' size.

Ballard Design's Anders rug comes in 4 colors and looks terrific in a bohemian chic living room.

This Sicily indoor/outdoor rug is just so pretty.  Hard to believe it's $200 at Ballard Designs.

Love this Mcrae navy blue striped rug at Wayfair, lots of impact for $115.

An indoor/outdoor rug is perfect for high traffic areas.  A muted pattern rug, the Sun Shower All Weather Beige, is $160 at

On a screened porch, this rug mimics tile.  Oops!  This rug (Loloi, Venice Beach Collection in ivory/blue) is $500 so let's find the look for less.  How about this Moroccan navy teal rug at Home Depot for $179?

We had this on our deck summer of 2019 and 2020.

I love indoor/outdoor rugs.  For years, we've had a green Ballard Design rug on our deck but we're switching it up this year.  Once the deck is painted a dark grayish-green, I've ordered this black and white rug (Winsol, $149,  Looking forward to laying it down soon.   In our sunroom, we've had this animal print Ballard Design indoor/outdoor rug for years and it still looks brand-new.  If you choose not to try a large indoor/outdoor rug inside, try a smaller one in an entry way, kitchen, bathroom - anywhere there's high traffic.  Enjoy shopping for your new rug and here's to barefoot weather!

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