Monochromatic floor rugs will work in almost any interior design scheme. Find your favourite from our top picks for the season.
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A large rug will, in many cases, be more prominent in your room design than your choice of flooring, so choosing a stylish design that creates a good base and can adapt to your home's changing style over time is a good idea.
Monochromatic, black and white rugs are a choice that can work with a variety of styles, so if you're looking to invest in a new rug, take a look at this selection of new designs.
Carpetright's Daytona rug is an evolution of the popular chevron style, adding just a little more design interest with this geometric print of differently-sized triangles.
Lustworthy Berber rugs have been one of the biggest interior design trends of the last 10 years, and now you can get a budget-friendly version from George at Asda. We love this stylish design.
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Line art drawings can be find on a whole range of interior accessories, but a rug offers a nice big canvas for this artistic trend. Best used when not under a coffee table or bed so that it can be enjoyed in full.
You can't go wrong with a simple spot pattern, and this wool rug from Habitat offers lots of gorgeous texture too.
Read more: 5 flooring design trends for 2020
A mix between a minimalist Scandi pattern and a near-Zebra animal print, this striped rug from Made has lots to offer a variety of interior schemes.
This rug design from Next is super-stylish and a great way to bring a smaller scale print into your scheme. Pair with larger prints and plains to ensure your room doesn't feel too busy.
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Inspired by rugs of the American Mid-West, this lightweight rug design from Cox & Cox is perfect for hallways.
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