A New Entry Rug

Anybody ever get the urge to change something in your house? Like, all the time?

I can't be the only one.

I have been wanting to change the rug in the foyer. Don't get me wrong, I still like the one I have, but I want something lighter and brighter. Something that actually opens the space up. 

I was contacted by Natural Area Rugs to try a rug of my choice. You know I jumped at the chance. I have a jute rug in the breakfast area so I was intrigued to see what their options were. Jute can be very versatile and there is no color or pattern to be bound by. It's a very natural look and can work in any style of decor.

I ended up choosing the Calvin rug in 5x8. It is made of 100% natural jute and hand loomed. I could tell when I opened it, it is very high quality and the loops are detailed.

When I put it down, it instantly brightened up the area. The entry is already bright but this was ten times better. I never thought I would get something this large for here but it kind of works. It covers more of the wood floor.

The woven jute feels so good underfoot too. Kind of like a massage when you walk across. I chose the Calvin because of the subtle square-like pattern of the weave.

They also sent a rug pad which is key when having a rug on wood floors. It helps the rug not to slide and protects the floor from scratches and wear.

I would definitely recommend this rug for your home. We've been using it for a while and it still looks new.

Right now you can get 25% off your order with the code MD2018.

Go over and take a look at the options Natural Area Rugs has. You won't be disappointed! They also do custom orders.

*I received this product to review for free but the views and opinions expressed are my own.

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  1. It's so cool that it's a neutral rug that makes a huge difference in the room, it makes it super easy to combine more elements as well. Love it.


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