We’re Seeing This Muted Tangerine Rug Everywhere—and You Can Find It on Major Sale Right Now
Over the past couple of years, I’ve become a major rug addict. It seems that as soon as I find a gorgeous option, I stumble upon several other beauties and immediately wish I had space for all of them. If only I had an entire home to decorate and not just a small apartment!
But while I may be a little rug obsessed, many people have trouble finding just one that fits the bill. If you’re stuck, take inspiration from the rug that practically everyone on the internet seems to love—this muted tangerine number. (See it above as styled by Casey Keasler from Casework.) Odds are, you’ve seen it on Instagram at some point—it seems to pop up in post after post and always garners attention. And why wouldn’t it?
Mistana Ovid Tangerine Area Rug, starts at $46.99 from Joss & Main
This rug makes a huge statement on its own but also looks stunning when incorporated in almost any room of the house, as you’ll see in the images below. Plus, the price point is amazing, because Joss & Main is currently running a rug sale), which is a major win for anyone who’s found that dream rug only to realize it’s not quite within budget. Plus, we love that this rug is stylish without being too trendy—the traditional motifs and warm colors mean that you probably won’t get sick of it any time soon.
Brighten the Bedroom
Here, the rug brings a pop of color to this moody, sophisticated bedroom designed by Mandee McEvoy. Her styling proves that it’s completely possible to incorporate a more boho-like print into a room that’s otherwise more industrial glam. (And it looks like her pup is a fan of the whole setup, too!).
Delightful Dining Nook
Ok, this dining nook by Casey Keasler of Casework is giving us all of the heart eyes. Pairing the rug with pillows in coordinating colors makes the space feels especially nice and cozy. Doesn’t this look like the perfect spot to sit back and relax with a warm cup of coffee?
Melanie Saryan placed the rug in her mid-century modern meets glam bedroom, and it warms up the space with some color without losing the neutral, white and gray vibes. Since the rug is on the thinner side, the nearby sheepskin throw will help keep bare feet nice and cozy when stepping in and out of bed.
Blair Sullivan of This and That proves just how well the rug works in a main living space. Warm wood tones and an artfully potted cactus help play up the rug’s Southwestern look, while art and books in coordinating colors tie the whole look together.
Stare at the Floor
This bedroom by Kristen Forgione of THE LifeStyled COMPANY is already dreamy as it is (I mean, look at those beams and that chandelier!), but we love the color this rug brings to the space. Keeping decor minimal draws all eyes to the floor, and allows the contrasting patterns to not compete for attention.
Turn Up the Contrast
Alternatively, the rug works equally well in a room with brightly painted walls, as seen in this space that Camille Lai designed. The decor is a perfect mix of mid-century and boho, and the patterns on the rug complement the geometric paneling on the walls. Plus, the contrast between the burnt orange and deep blues is totally pleasing to the eye.
Love Your Layers
Already have a jute rug? Don’t be afraid to add a patterned layer on top! The more rugs, the merrier. Dominique Harris of All Things O’Natural designed this maximalist bedroom full of comfy pillows, fun patterns, and lots of texture. The rug’s presence is only amplified by the use of warm, complementary tones throughout the room.
A large version of the rug ties together this symmetrical dining space belonging to Emma Whisner of The Bohemian Casa. The rattan pendant light, wire chairs, and wooden artwork add an eclectic feel to the room, while plants (sitting on adorable plant stands) finish off the earthy, organic look.
Alex Evjen of Ave Styles has one of the most gorgeous, spacious bedrooms we’ve ever seen (and can you believe that bed?!). We love how well her deep blue accent wall brings out the blue shade of the rug, and all of the different elements of the large room just come together so flawlessly.