While you may love the look of reclaimed hardwood, your toes probably don’t appreciate how cold the floor feels in the morning! Check out our picks for the best farmhouse rugs to stay nice and toasty warm all year long.
Simple Braided Farmhouse Rug
This neutral gray rug adds textural interest to your space — and won’t clash with your current decor. If you’re looking for a pop of color, this rug is also available in pink and blue. [Rugs USA]
Distressed Patterned Farmhouse Rug
Available in gray and champagne, this rug features a distressed pattern that resembles an expensive ornate rug. With options for multiple sizes, this rug can act as a runner in your kitchen or hall, or as a large piece that ties together your living space. [Rugs Direct]
Textured Geometric Jute Rug
Made out of 100 percent jute, this intricately-woven rug adds a natural feel and textural interest to your space. [Rugs Direct]
Cut and Loop Style Farmhouse Rug
The cut and loop design of this rug gives it a textured feel your toes will appreciate. Designed with foot traffic in mind, this rug would be a good fit for your living room or entryway. [Home Dynamix]
Vintage Style Patterned Farmhouse Rug
Featuring blue, yellow, green, and brown details on a cream background, this decorative farmhouse rug adds subtle visual interest and a pop of color. With a durable cotton jute backing, this rug can stand up to plenty of wear and tear and still maintain its shape. [Home Dynamix]
Red-Striped Farmhouse Rug
Made out of natural jute braids, this striped farmhouse style rug is biodegradable which makes it an eco-friendly option for your rustic kitchen, living, or dining room. Pair this rug with a large farm table or rustic coffee table for a country-inspired look. [Piper Classics]
Grey and Ivory Diamond Farmhouse Rug
For a bit of a modern twist on a traditional farmhouse rug, consider this grey and ivory diamond rug. The high/low texture of this rug gives it a cozy feel underneath your feet while neutral colors make it a good fit for your current decor. Handwoven out of a wool and viscose blend, this rug can handle everyday wear and tear. [The Bella Cottage]
What Makes a Rug Farmhouse Anyway?
Inspired by traditional country living, farmhouse home design is simple and cozy, taking advantage of natural materials and well-worn furniture and decor pieces.
Farmhouse furniture is crafted out of reclaimed or distressed wood, and features simple, square designs. Antique decor is key in farmhouse design, adding a homey, old-school feel that is unique to each home.
Farmhouse design brings us back to a simpler time while incorporating modern luxuries. Farmhouse rugs in particular, are simple, subtle additions to living, dining, and bedrooms adding a bit of decorative flair while complementing farmhouse furniture. Farmhouse rugs can be patterned or solid, and textured options add even more visual interest.
Farmhouse rugs are never statement pieces but rather, cozy additions that accent country-style decor. Farmhouse rugs are simple in design, and usually feature subtle details such as minimalist patterns and neutral colors.
Hand Braided DIY Jute Rug
Crafted out of jute rope found at the hardware store, this braided rug adds a natural feel to your space. Though this is a smaller rug, you could continue with the project to make a larger circle that fits any space.
DIY Bulky Knit Rug
Cozy up your space with this DIY bulky knit rug. The simple, neutral design will fit in well whatever your current decor aesthetic. [Hands Occupied]
Large Fluffy Cotton Rug
If you love all things soft and fluffy, this is the area rug for you! You’ll feel like you’re walking on clouds with this large cotton farmhouse style rug. [Paper & Stitch]
If you want more farmhouse design inspiration, check out our picks for farmhouse beds.