textural, luxurious rugs on the ground beneath our feet are what can very often make a room come to life. area rugs give a room warmth — not just physically — but warm a room’s overall mood, too. a beautiful rug adds definition and shape and can delineate the space — say creating a cozy separation from the dining area to the living room. revival has some gorgeous area rugs in their many collections and they invited me to select one for a much-desired spring refresh around here. revival’s variety of prints, patterns, and color palettes fit any lifestyle and decor — from muted classics and colorful moroccan area rugs to understated mid-century modern to something a little bit bohemian — all of which you can browse by color, size, or style. revival is reviving the art of the handmade with an amazing curation of one-of-a-kind, restored vintage rugs and original, design-centric rugs fresh off the loom. like their vintage predecessors, these pieces are made by hand with handmade with traditional techniques and natural fibers to withstand the test of time (and trampling) as a good rug should.
i love simple, vintage-inspired design paired with eclectic accessories so i chose their handwoven and hand-knotted Sukla Rug made in turkey, one with a bit of cozy shag to it so i could comfortably curl up on it and invite guests to gather around my coffee table, too. one of the easiest ways to create an inviting look like this is by pairing and layering rugs. it adds definition and shape or even delineates a space, so don’t forget to play around with scale — sometimes two rugs are better than one big one — i’ve laid my Sukla Rug rug over a larger jute rug for extra texture. revival has so many wonderful layering options — some more subdued and muted, and some really colorful. just layer them up for a quick and easy seasonal change to brighten up your rooms. and for more texture, revival also carries a really lovely selection of home accessories and both new or vintage throw pillows so i added some bold color with a couple of their pretty handwoven vintage pillows.
if you’re looking for an even bolder statement, just when i thought perhaps moroccan and kilim rugs might just end up a short-lived phase, i see them popping up all over again. personally, i love them, and i think one of the reasons i’m seeing them all over again is because they’re such an impactful, bright addition for spring — the perfect time to spruce things up with fresh home textiles. it’s so much fun to make small changes that can have such a big design impact. revival has some seriously gorgeous new and one-of-a-kind vintage rugs on their site right now, but there are only a few of those style rugs currently available so don’t wait too long — because these designs are limited editions they go quickly. head to their online shop now to browse their huge selection of prints, patterns, and color palettes to fit any lifestyle and decor style and for more inspiration, also check out my rug pinboard. have fun refreshing!
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