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Purple’s Picks: Industrial Rugs

You’ve got the distressed wood floors, exposed brick walls, and industrial bedroom furniture, but for some reason, it seems like something’s missing. Chances are, the missing piece is an area rug to tie it all together! Check out our picks for the best industrial style rugs.

Distressed Geometric Modern Industrial Rug

Distressed Geometric Modern Industrial Rug

Available in both dark gray and light gray, this modern industrial rug features simple, sharp lines and a textured feel. This rug would pair especially well with distressed wood furniture that features steel details. [Rugs USA]

Industrial Ombre Rug

Industrial Ombre Rug

Available in 11 different sizes, this modern industrial ombre rug provides a subtle yet interesting background for your industrial bedroom decor. If you want a brighter pop of color in your space, this rug is also available in a vibrant blue. [Rugs USA]

Vintage Distressed Hand Knotted Industrial Rug

Vintage Distressed Hand Knotted Industrial Rug

This truly one of a kind antique rug is over 80 years old and is hand-knotted out of 100 percent wool. This rug has been washed, over-dyed, and shaved down to a low pile to give it an industrial feel. Pair this rug with a bed frame made out of metal pipes and you’ll have a truly industrial inspired bedroom. [Rugs.com]

Striped Charcoal and Blue Industrial Rug

Striped Charcoal and Blue Industrial Rug

Simple and minimalist with a striped design, this charcoal and teal rug from Nordic Knots adds a subtle decorative touch with dramatic industrial furniture. Handwoven in a flat weave style, this rug is made of 100 percent wool for a cozy feel underneath your toes. [Nordic Knots]

Industrial Modern Minimalist Geometric Rug

Industrial Modern Minimalist Geometric Rug

Available in a variety of different sizes, this minimalist geometric rug will accentuate the sharp, angular look of your industrial style bedroom furniture. Woven out of 100 percent New Zealand wool, this flatweave rug makes a statement without commanding the attention of the entire space. [Nordic Knots]

Gray and Gold Textured Modern Industrial Rug

Gray and Gold Textured Modern Industrial Rug

Designed to look like distressed concrete, this gray and gold abstract style industrial rug is quite eye-catching, and will accent your industrial style bedroom furniture perfectly. Available in a variety of sizes, this rug comes with a nonskid pad and is made out of 100 percent polyester. [WaKaleka on Etsy]

Indigo Block Print Industrial Rug

Indigo Block Print Industrial Rug

Though this rug could fit in with a variety of home designs, it would complement industrial furniture quite well, and add a warm, cozy vibe to contrast with steel furniture pieces. Handwoven from 100 percent cotton, this indigo rug is hand stamped with a block pattern for a natural, organic feel. [Industrial Home]

What Makes a Rug Industrial Anyway?

Taking inspiration from construction sites to architectural design, industrial home decor features distressed wood, steel details, and sharp, angular edges. Industrial style furniture is simple but features subtle details that provide the overall piece with city-inspired flair. Industrial home decor was first popularized in the 1900s and has had multiple revivals since then.

Industrial style bedrooms stick to the basics and keep decorative accent pieces at a minimum. If you’re looking to create an industrial style bedroom, interior designers will recommend going with neutral paint and linens and choosing patterns that are simple but still serve to add a subtle touch of visual interest. Industrial rugs, in particular, work to tie the room together rather than serving as a centerpiece. Industrial rugs can really vary in design, but in general will feature simple patterns, neutral colorways, and a distressed look.

DIY Geometric Carpet Tile Rug

Pair this carpet tile rug with a steel pipe bed frame and you’ll have a bedroom that’s both industrial and modern. Though these carpet tiles are blue tones, you could go with gray or black to keep with a neutral industrial style color scheme.

DIY Overdyed Area Rug

Though this particular finished product may not be strictly industrial, if you were to go with a dark blue or black paint instead and used the same technique, you could transform an old rug into a one of a kind industrial floor covering.

DIY Cross Style Rug

This simple DIY project takes an ordinary white rug and turns it into an eye-catching minimalist rug that would accent industrial style furniture well.

If you want more industrial design inspiration, check out our picks for industrial beds.

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