A good area rug can be a total game changer for your home. Not only can they instantly warm up a bare (or chilly) room, they’re a great way to experiment with texture and pattern throughout your place.
And while there’s no shortage of gorgeous oversize area rugs on the market, finding affordable ones that don’t scrimp on style isn’t always easy. So we dug through Amazon (why not buy a rug while you’re restocking on facewash or batteries, right?) and plucked out this solid selection of beautiful rugs, all less than $100—and around 8×10. That is large enough to go under your bed, dining table, living room furniture without things looking dinky. Check out our picks below!
It’s rare to find a plush Persian area rug that won’t cost you an arm and a leg—but that’s exactly what this 7’x10′ stunner has to offer. Hand-distressed with a medallion design to forge a vintage feel, this low-pile rug is every bit as soft as it is stylish.
Bold and colorful, this vibrant blue area rug is an awesome way to liven up your living room without going overboard. Complete with a cool geometric pattern and watercolor-style stripes, this graphic area rug will instantly brighten up your home for fall.
Any fan of organic textiles will tell you that hand-woven jute rugs don’t come cheap. Made of high-end natural jute (that’s easy to clean), this sleek area rug boasts a soft diamond pattern for a pop of personality—but won’t set you back more than a hundred bucks.
Soft but insanely durable, the Superior Arabella Collection Area Rug is made of 100-percent polypropylene (so it’s super easy to clean). Designed to withstand unexpected spills and high-traffic areas of your home, this low pile rug is perfect for a family den or playroom. The neutral color also plays nicely with bolder elements you might already have going on.
If you’re searching for a functional way to infuse some color into your home then this antique-style oriental rug is the one for you. Made of jute and cotton and dyed to look like a naturally aged rug, this chic carpet is laced with rich tones of rust, beige, and red for a colorful—but low-key—display.