11 Hottest New Rugs

ADR206N from Adirondack by Safavieh

Summer is a great time to purchase a new rug. After spring cleaning is complete, treat yourself to a new rug to brighten up any room. Change your style and experiment with new designs and patterns.

This guide showcases the latest addition to several rug styles. Consider any of these for your summer flooring choices. Don’t delay, though, because these hot new rugs are selling fast.


TRA-08 is a contemporary rug with a soft floral motif. Available in three sizes and color combinations. This rug is a neutral that will go well with grey walls, dark or light furniture and a variety of furniture styles.


Lansing from Boucle' by Orian

This transitional rug offers warm, earthen-tone colors for your floor. Add to a modern room or to one decorated in a traditional style.  Harbor blue, rust, green and tan are classic colors to use in any room of your home.

Amanda Moroccan Chevron Tassel

Amanda Moroccan from Diana by NuLoom

This chevron-style rug is machine made in off-white and black. It has a 1-inch pile for extra plush comfort underfoot.  Finished with white tassels, it’s available in a variety of sizes and looks great with contemporary and traditional furniture. This rug would also look great in a home office.


APN115A from Aspen by Safavieh

This lively rug pattern is a hand-tufted, wool rug in purple, white, turquoise and orange. Add some color to your room with this whimsical Boho style rug. Use it as a bold anchor to a neutral room.


SND70 from Sun N Shade by Nourison

SND70 is a Mid-century modern rug. Blue, green, white and yellow in a trellis pattern brighten up a living room, bedroom or den. This rug can transform a plain patio into an entertainment area. Made of polyester, it’s available in the multi-colors or shades of blue.


Richmond from Royalton by United Weavers of America

Richmond is from United Weavers of America’s Royalton Collection. It’s a traditional rug with a central design and ornate border. Available in several color combinations including blues, reds and greens. Richmond is available in multiple sizes from a short runner to a 10 x 14 area rug. This rug offers a lot of style and variety for your home.


Grady from Charleston by Bashian

From Bashian’s Charleston collection comes a lively colored rug featuring a variety of blues, purple, red and yellow.  This Shabby Chic-style rug is made of polypropylene and available in five sizes. Use it as a runner, place a larger size under your dining table, office desk or in front of the sofa. It’s durable for homes with a pet.

Tribal Panel

Tribal Panel from Bohemian by Orian

Another earthen-toned rug is Orian’s Tribal Panel in deep green, blue, gold and red. Perfect for a dark floor, it can add a southwestern feel to a room. Match it with solid upholstered furniture as an accent floor piece.

Starfish Border

Starfish Border from Frontporch by Trans Ocean by Liora Manne

This is both an outdoor rug and a trendy indoor border rug. Featuring starfish, this rug is in aqua, bluewater, green and denim. Starfish Border is a polyester/acrylic blend for durability.


Palm from Panama Jack Original by United Weavers of America

Palm is an indoor-outdoor rug with a palm leaf design in natural color shades of beige. Use it as a doormat, on your patio, or poolside. Layer Palm over a larger seagrass or sisal rug in your living room or sunroom for a pure coastal look. Made of polypropylene, Palm is durable and easy to care for.


ADR206N from Adirondack by Safavieh

Adirondack is a new Ikat-style rug featuring deep blue with ivory geometric designs. Available in a variety of sizes including 6’ square and 6’ round. This is a must rug for a living room, home office or bedroom. The design and colors will complement both contemporary and traditional furniture styles.

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1 Comment

  1. This is really an amazing and so beautiful collection of rugs.
    Loved all of them.
    All look really very great and awesome and each spun is so clear and beautiful

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