Checkered rug inspiration and shopping options for your home.
I've been on the hunt for a rug for our sunroom for a few months. I have the idea to get another tribal vintage rug (which is always a fit for me) but also, in the back of my head, I keep thinking about a checkered rug. I think a cozy checkered shag rug could be really amazing in the sunroom to help bring some warmth and texture into the space.
I thought it would be fun to round up some inspiration for you in case you've been curious about this rug style as well. The inspiration images represent a variety of different design aesthetics which I think can be really nice when trying to picture how a certain piece would look in your space.
My thoughts for my space
I'm still on the fence on what I want for my sunroom. I love the layered look of a vintage rug over a jute rug so I might be leaning a little more that way but only time will tell. I have to remind myself that rooms take time and it's ok not to just rush decisions. So for awhile, I'm just going to sit on the sunroom as it is and let that be ok.
I do think that it's clear that I want more hygge in my space (read more about layers and learning how to create a feeling of home to understand what I'm talking about). From either adding another layer to the rug that I already have or adding a shag feature... I want all the cozy.
But until I figure out what I'm looking for exactly, I'll enjoy where I'm at.
A look at our home sunroom
I do think a shag rug would really help warm up the space but I just don't know if it's the right fit with all the plants. I do seem to track potting soil around a bit so that could be a mess. I'll keep you updated on what I end of finding. In the meantime, I did round up some great checkered rug options if you are in the market for a new floor cover for your home.
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Black and White Checkered Rug
Green Checkered Rug and Pink Checkered Rug Options
Curious to know if you'd consider one of these for your home? Too trendy or do you think it could be classic enough to work? I definitely think it can go both ways for sure.
p.s. Want more inspiration? Check out my Pinterest rug board to see other options you may like.