How We're Using Rugs in 2019 (and a sale!)

Let’s kick off the spring season with a rug sale!!!! Every rug in the shop is 20% off with code “HOPTOIT” until April 22. We’re celebrating the sale by giving you a sneak peek into our future projects! We’re focusing on a room from our Northridge Remodel, Ny Farmhouse, and Victory Ranch Projects. All of these will be released this year so get excited for the future photo tours and webisodes! So take a look at the design boards and see how we use our rugs!


Apply code ‘HOPTOIT’ at checkout. Valid on select rugs and outdoor mats from April 16, 2019, 12:01am MST through April 22, 2019, 11:59pm MST. Cannot be applied to previous purchases. Return requests must be made in accordance with our return policy. Terms are subject to change. Discount is not combinable with designer trade or other discounts. Not applicable to rug swatches.

northridge remodel: living room

We’ve teased the Northridge Remodel on instagram, and we’re so thrilled with the way it turned out. The living room has a lot of leather and wood tones, as well as plenty of dark features that are illuminated by the open windows that feel the space with light. The Budapest Rug is one of our go-to’s for a gathering space, because it’s thick and pillowy with a pattern that’s very versatile. We’ll be releasing this project very soon!



Tihs project is traditional, with rich color schemes and plenty of texture (of course). We softened the artwork and dark accessories with the stunning Meridian Rug. The soothing colors that are brought out in this rug are unreal! It’s hand-knotted and feels very organic. Stay tuned for this stunning project!


NY Farmhouse: Nook

We gave you a little preview into our New York Farmhouse a while ago, and we’re so excited about this remodel. The space is a cabin, with cozy and modern vibes. We created a guest bedroom with this rug and leather sconce, but would love to see the same concept applied to a cozy nook. The Marlborough Rug is timeless, cozy, and the plaid is fitting for a cabin or farmhouse. But it’s a pattern that’s neutral enough to use almost anywhere!