10 Foyer Rugs That Won’t Break the Bank
I am updating my foyer as part of the One Room Challenge and one of the design elements I swapped out was my old botanical rug for something more up-to-date. The reaction to the rug I choose was really positive, so I thought I’d share some of the other contenders for my entryway. Here are 10 foyer rugs that would do well welcoming guests into your home, and won’t break the bank. All of the choices are 4×6 (or very close to those dimensions) and less than $60!
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- Here is the rug I ultimately chose for my space. I am in love with the black and white cement tiles that are so popular today, but knew I wasn’t going to rip up my hardwood floors to tile my entryway. This rug references those tiles and gave me some of the look for a fraction of the cost and hassle.
- This rug was my second choice for the entryway. In the end, I just loved the one I chose I little bit more.
- This rug satisfies my need for geometric pattern, but in a simpler form than numbers one and two.
- Do you see a pattern here?
- Similar rug, much lighter color and with a pretty border.
- Next I considered a series of more traditional pattern rugs and this one caught my eye.
- This new but vintage-looking oriental style rug was also a strong contender. In the end I decided that with three young boys, a cream rug would have to wait another 10 years before it finds a place in my house.
- Another version of the cream dream.
- For a hot minute I considered painting the foyer a pale blue similar to what I did in the living room which is adjacent to my entryway. And so was looking at some blue and white neutral rugs and this one spoke to me.
- OK, this one was probably never in serious contention for my foyer just because of the color. But I love it anyway and had to add it in because I kept coming back to it and admiring it.
Here’s the round-up of rugs again to summarize.
I haven’t shopped for a rug in a really long time and was pleasantly surprised at the selection and price points out there today. I am not saying there aren’t merits to the more expensive, hand-knotted works of art that one can invest in, but for mere mortals who may want to make a change now and then and don’t want to feel guilty about it, these rugs offer an affordable option.