Stylist Picks: Top 10 Boho Rugs
This guide is part of our Overstock Stylist Commentary series. In this roundup, Logan R. shares his top 10 bohemian rugs sold on Overstock.com.
Brimming with accessories collected from travels, bohemian style imparts a relaxed, inviting vibe. Boho rugs are equally eclectic, inspired by global design trends. Full of free-spirited personality, they’re the perfect foundation to the ever-evolving bohemian home. Here are my top 10 boho rug picks.
Tulum Bora Moroccan Boho Rug (ivory/blue)
Cream rugs are a pillar of boho style; however, they’re not practical for everyone. The Bora Moroccan rug provides a light and airy feel without any of the stress that comes with owning a light rug. The distressed finish of the Ivory/blue option keeps the rug casual while disguising wear and tear. Distressed patterns will last through the years in high traffic areas like the living room.
Tiffany Bohemian Border Area Rug
If color is not your thing, the Tiffany Border rug could be just the one for you. With its soft black patterning on a creamy, pale beige background, it’s the perfect neutral backdrop. The pattern has enough versaility to keep it interesting for any bohemian space. The bordered design is also convenient for designating spaces in an open layout home.
Madison Diederike Boho Medallion Distressed Rug (green/turquoise)
Persian rugs can work in an array of styles, but this rug’s playful color options make it a top choice for boho spaces. My personal pick is the green and turquoise. This one’s for you, Jungalows! While a medallion rug works in any room, this rug would look STUNNING in jungalow bedroom paired with a chic rattan headboard and tons of plant life.
Tremezzina Printed Boho Terracotta Sky Distressed Rug
Chic, sophisticated, inviting… I could go on and on about the Tremezzina, but let’s just say she’s a beauty. The shades of rust and terracotta integrate seamlessly with the earthy aesthetics of the modern bohemian. To balance all the warm tones, I recommend pairing with neutral light wood furnishings like ash or white oak.
Tulum Yolonda Moroccan Boho Rug (dark grey/ivory)
Though the bohemian movement has much earlier roots in Europe, the style really took hold in American circa the 60’s and 70’s. That’s why it often includes elements of mid-century design. I love this rug for those that are bringing bohemian accessories into an otherwise mid-century space. This rug will help tie your entire space together. The dark grey really sets off the rich acorn and walnut woods of your mid-century furniture.
Madison Sabire Boho Medallion Distressed Rug
Another option in Safavieh’s Madison line is the Sabire rug. Similar to the Diederike mentioned earlier, but a bit more ornate. This is my pick for bohemian dining rooms because the intricate pattern hides any spills. Make a bold statement with the fuchsia/teal or toned down with the black/teal.
Tulum Shima Moroccan Boho Distressed Rug (turquoise/ivory)
I love this graphic take on the boho rug. The simplistic geometric pattern has a charming hand-drawn quality, which keeps it from looking too harsh in a boho space. In vibrant turquoise, I could see this rug adding a playful bohemian touch to a teen or kids room.
Tulum Giorgina Moroccan Boho Rug (ivory/grey)
My home is constantly changing and evolving and sometimes you need a rug that can keep up. This rug is without a doubt bohemian, but it’s a true chameleon that easily transitions between styles. From boho to mid-century, Scandi to organic modern, farmhouse to industrial, just to name a few. This rug is a workhorse! Highly recommend!
Amsterdam Bridget Moroccan Boho Rug (terracotta/multi)
There’s something instantly welcoming about a red rug and I love this shade of red terracotta. Slightly ruddy, but still saturated enough to feel fresh. The small additions of green, blue, yellow, cream, and black make it easy to work into a variety of color schemes. This boho rug also comes in a variety of other color options if red isn’t your vibe.
Luxe Antiqued Distressed Boho Area Rug
Last but certainly not least, this rug is another one that effortlessly adapts to your home and style. Sophisticated, but not stuffy, its timeless design is sure to carry you through many years of use. The subtle variety of cream, tan, and grey shades make this rug work on pretty much any tone of flooring you may have. Difficult to come by in a rug. This guy is begging to be partnered with a leather Moroccan pouf.