Jute Rug

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

I shared in the past that I was in search for a rug for our living room. And while at the time I was looking at numerous flor tile samples ......I decided to hold off until I found the "one".

So Last week while making what I thought was suppose to be a quick stop at World Market , I saw a beautiful jute rug that I just knew I had to have. It was the right size texture and color!

 I probably should have mentioned  it was 15 minutes due to closing so picture me running around trying to find a sales associate. Luckily I found a friendly SA whom was more than happy to assist me. And while I was preparing to pay regular price of 199.00 at the end I ended up paying a whopping 79.00.....bonus.

I really love the grey undertones it has (a major selling point) . Most jute rugs out there have a yellow tint much of what I was trying to avoid. 
in progress (don't mind the paint samples on the wall)

close up shot of the rug 

Our living room palette will consist of natural linen , gray and soft neutrals with pops of color. Did I mention its very plush and cushy on the feet? There's nothing more I dislike than walking on a harsh itchy rug.
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16 comments:

  1. How exciting! I love when you find exactly what you want for a steal! It's looking good in there --- hurry up!

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  2. What a great deal! I love when things fall into place like that! :)

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  3. I love that rug! I'm looking for a rug like that too. I wish we had one of those stores. :( Your sofa looks so gorgeous! Everything looks like it's coming together perfectly. Can't wait to see it finished!

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  4. Great find, and what a deal! I also like your sofa. I am sure the room is going to look great with that color palette!

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  5. it is perfect! Cheers for scoring such a good deal on it too.

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  6. it is perfect! Cheers for scoring such a good deal on it too.

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  7. What a score!! I love jute, it's such a nice texture for a living room! :)

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  8. World Market is really amping up their stuff in the last couple of months, I love the new direction they are going. I love the look of sisal rugs but not the feel. Lucky you that it is soft and cushy on your feet, the close up color looks yummy! Oh and I LOVE that couch. The room is really coming together.

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  9. What a total steal!!! Seriously, I used to work at Pottery Barn and I *loved* the look of the sisal rugs, but even with my discount, I wasn't willing to make the big purchase! Now $79 I could deal with, looks great!

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  10. I love jute... such a warm and natural feel. Great find!!

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