Summer is all about textures underfoot, from sand and shorelines to lawns and tennis courts, textures are at peak season, and the floors in your house are no exception. While a bare hardwood floor can be beautiful and minimal, I like to layer a room with seasonal appeal.
Enter natural, neutral rugs: timeless materials of seagrass, sisal, raffia and jute that pair perfectly with almost all beachy décor. They have a sense of indoor/outdoor familiarity, and a casual ease to their organic nature. From living rooms to bedrooms, hallways to libraries, these warm-toned rugs bring a glow to all spaces. Check out our favorite finds for your barefoot season ahead.
Sabina Jute Area Rug
A minimal grid pattern of contrasting braid heights gives this traditional jute rug a modern upgrade.
Mendoza Chunky Wool Area Rug
Subtle stripes add just enough visual interest to give this jute rug a bit of flair.
Gridwork Jute Rug
Simple, woven black cotton adds tactile texture to this low profile rug.
Blended wool in an enlarged knotted weave, this rug is a cushy dream underfoot.
Linear and braided detailing creates natural variations for this upgraded twist on a classic jute.