Good Question: Where Can I Find a Good, Reasonably Priced Rug Dealer?

Good Question: Where Can I Find a Good, Reasonably Priced Rug Dealer?

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Maxwell Ryan
Aug 25, 2004

Good rugs cost. This is an excellent question, and one that we haven't found a silver bullet answer to yet:

Love the site, but I noticed one thing that's missing. An entry on rugs. Sure we live in the city, and most of us rent, but that doesn't mean that I can't have something to keep my feet off my hard wood floors when I get up in the morning. I've been looking for a good, reasonably priced rug dealer in the city that sells something that can cover a large part of my bedroom floor, will look stylish and won't make me feel too bad if it doesn't fit in my next apartment and has to be given away. Thanks, John.

When asked about rugs, our best bets for the money are always Crate & Barrel and Pottery Barn (though the styles are hit or miss). You can always get lucky at ABC Carpet, or at their warehouse. Other than that, for a good rug expect to pay at least $2,000. Anyone else have better news? MGR

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