Fresh off a wicker roundup in the Boston Globe (I can’t believe they didn’t go with my “Wickah Smaht” headline), I’ve pulled together a collection of round jute rugs (or hemp, or other natural fibers), most of them lacey from StyleCarrot partners and other cute shops.
These round jute rugs and round hemp rugs are intricate but rough, with a ton of tactile appeal. They’re great for entry halls and beach houses or other high traffic situations, or just to add a layer of texture in a neutral room. You can also hang a swirly jute rug on the wall, above a sofa, a bookshelf, or a bed as large, easy, and affordable adornment.
I’m kind of in love with the simplicity of number 2. Number 8 and 9 are fun, though probably these are a bit too much of a bohemian jute rug style for me. Number 7 from Serena & Lily is neat and tidy, and Number 16 (a pink jute rug!) is feminine without being too sweet. I’d love to see the black jute rug from Anthropologie in a modern Australian home.
Temps have been above 40 in Boston, so I figure it’s time to start thinking about summer decor. I think straw, sisal, wicker, rattan, jute, and hemp rugs and accessories work well to add texture, but use sparingly. Let’s check out these round jute rugs and round hemp rugs.
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