Like inside, rugs can visually divide outdoor spaces. Outdoor rugs help define places on decks and patios, which are mostly open.
A plush outdoor rug may make porches as welcoming as a room inside the house. The designers of this front porch of a restored 1770s estate mansion utilised a warm beige
Make a deck party-ready with a colourful outdoor rug. In shady patios or covered porches, rich colours pop.
A balcony with a rug is more inviting than deck boards. This balcony with pillow-topped wicker chairs and planted citrus appears like the perfect place
Outdoor rugs can create a colour or pattern theme. This home's covered porch was styled with a white and pumpkin orange rug.
Patio carpets with delicate colours or patterns give texture. A delicately patterned outdoor rug on the poured concrete patio adds richness and extends the home's decorative
A pair of outdoor rugs down this covered pathway warms up a useful passageway and breaks up the corridor feeling.
For wide-open outdoor environments with minimal structure, outdoor furniture can feel a bit like it’s floating.
Consider different weather-resistant fabrics in addition to what would be marketed as an outdoor rug. For instance.
Instead, paint a rectangular piece of your deck in a rug-like pattern to imitate the appearance of an outdoor rug and benefit from the added colour and visual attractiveness