When it comes to statement-making home decor, area rugs can often be overlooked. For something that’s literally underfoot, that’s not exactly surprising—but you’d be remiss not to recognize the power of a good rug. With the ability to completely change the vibe of the room, they’re like an instant home makeover in one simple step.
Constructed with parallel-running fibers as opposed to knots or tufts, woven rugs lay flat and stand out for their low piles. This makes them smooth and soft underfoot, and especially suitable for rooms where you want a little extra coziness but with a minimalist bent. They're also incredibly versatile so anyone and everyone can find one fit for their space.
Here, the best woven rugs you can buy now.
World Market Ivory And Gray Wool Kilim Reversible Soho Area Rug
Good news: This World Market rug is reversible, so it’ll last you twice as long in high-traffic areas. The design is inspired by German architectural style, giving you a look that’s geometric and modern yet still grounded in traditional weaving techniques. Available in two larger sizes, this is a great option for completing a living room or bedroom.
Rugs USA Botaniq Fresco Tassel Area Rug
Looking for something that's colorful but muted? Take a look at this warm-toned rug found at Rugs USA. Purposely faded to give it that vintage look, it's an affordable option that also comes in a wide range of sizes and shapes so you're guaranteed to find one that'll suit your space. Pair it with a tan leather sofa and plenty of greenery for a perfectly laidback boho vibe.
Joss & Main Marlborough Flatweave Wool Ivory Rug
This flatweave rug from Joss & Main features a linear geometric print that’s totally fresh modern. Handmade and crafted from 100 percent natural wool fibers, it has a soft feel that'll warm up just about any space. The windowpane pattern and ivory and charcoal color palette is sure to appeal to those with a clean, minimalist sense of style, providing a timeless aesthetic you'll never get sick of.
Lulu and Georgia Moroccan Flatweave Rug by Sarah Sherman Samuel
Sarah Sherman Samuel's rug collection with Lulu and Georgia is full of gorgeous woven pieces, including this standout ochre option. Inspired by traditional Beni Ourain designs, it features a more modern motif and an earthy color scheme that's surprisingly versatile. And if you're more of a traditionalist, it's also available in classic black and white.
ABC Carpet & Home Vintage Flatweave Rug
How cool is this flatweave rug from ABC Carpet & Home? Handwoven on a traditional ground loom, each piece is unique—and is responsibly sourced using materials that are organic, cruelty-free, non-toxic, recycled, and energy-conscious. Phew! But what really makes this rug stand out is the vintage style and gorgeous muted hues. The design makes for an intricate and visually stunning piece that’s almost too pretty to step on.
Crate & Barrel Madison Flatweave Fringe Rug
For a woven rug that’ll go with anything and everything, check out this flatweave rug courtesy of Crate & Barrel. Handcrafted from un-dyed wool, this rug features a diagonal woven pattern and ivory and tan hues, resulting in a piece that's neutral, versatile, and anything but boring. The ombre design is complete with a series of short tassels at either end of the rug, making the overall look stylish and subtle.
Dash & Albert Kara Kilim Woven Rug
If you’re someone who likes to decorate with plenty of color, allow us to introduce your perfect match. The Kara Kilim Rug from Dash & Albert features a rainbow’s worth of tints and tones for a dramatic piece of decor that’ll breathe life and vibrancy into your space. The geometric motifs and warm tones are ideal for creating some vintage vibes, while the low profile and lightweight construction make it durable enough for high-traffic areas.
West Elm Indra Rug
The intricate pattern of this West Elm flatweave rug pulls you right in, while the soft construction is honestly cozy enough to take a nap on. Even if you’re not one to curl up on an area rug, rest assured that this piece will feel just as nice underfoot. It’s also durable enough to hold up to high-traffic areas, and the color palette is versatile enough to fit in with a wide range of aesthetics.
Anthropologie Kachel Flatwoven Cassatt Rug
Calling all maximalists: This unabashedly extra rug is for you! Designed in collaboration with Jana Kachel, this flatwoven is suitable for high-traffic areas of your home—because obviously you’re going to want to show this baby off! The pattern (or should we say patterns?) features a gorgeous garden of florals on a minty background. Complete with a border of contrasting cheetah print, this rug has a truly unique look fit for similarly special spaces.
Revival Rugs Ledger Flatweave Rug
Yup, Revival Rugs sells new rugs too—and they're just as interesting as one-of-a-kind vintage pieces. This one is made by hand using a premium custom wool blend, resulting in a rug that's naturally stain-resistant and low-shed, not to mention totally stylish. The neutral hues make it versatile enough to fit in with any decor style, so it'll work whether you like to play with colors or keep things simple.
Nordic Knots Plus Rug
This Stockholm-designed, responsibly-sourced find from Nordic Knots was handwoven in India through a partnership with GoodWeave, a nonprofit organization that works to end child labor. In addition to its ethical and high-quality production, this wool area rug has a contemporary, minimalist aesthetic and comes in five distinctive color combinations.