Wondering Where to Find Rugs for a Chic, Sustainable Home? If you answered yes, come and check out these 5 amazing places for the perfect rug that matches you sustainable values and ones that will last a life time.
Whether your home is bohemian or modern and minimal, a rug can do wonders to tie a space together. While running to your local home goods store and finding something that works just fine might be your first move, you can do much better for your chic, sustainable space. Standard rugs aren’t usually made using sustainable practices and materials, and with numerous eco-friendly brands that deliver on quality and style, there’s no reason to go any other way.
Sustainable, quality home goods and furniture are an investment, and as long as you know your rug and do the work to care for it well, it’ll be worth it. When you have a sophisticated and green piece that makes the whole room shine, you’ll definitely want to keep it intact.
If you’re on the hunt for the right fit for your home, here are five places to find chic, quality looks that match your sustainable values:
Parachute offers a selection of sleek, minimal and neutral rugs that are all handwoven and produced with ethical labor in India. They are durable and high quality, and they can go with just about any room. If you love light beiges and neutrals, Parachute is definitely worth a look.
2. West Elm
You may have heard of West Elm before because of their furniture and home decor. Their rugs are just as stylish and high quality as their other products. Recently, they’ve been making strides in both sustainable materials and ethical production. If you already trust West Elm and love their products, they might be a great option for you.
3. Hook and Loom
Hook and Loom is a sustainable brand that uses eco-cotton and eco-friendly dyes in their rugs, in addition to natural wools that forgo the dying process. These pieces are elegant and stylish, and each is individually handwoven. They come in various tones, from more minimal neutrals to earthy patterns that are sure to liven up any room.
Jungalow is a Black-owned, sustainable home decor brand with a selection of beautiful bohemian home goods, including rugs. If you’re itching for some rich, gorgeous color, this is the place for you. For every product purchased, they plant two trees with Trees for the Future. If you’re a total tree hugger, check them out.
Make sure you keep these unique pieces looking their best by caring for them with patience and attention to detail. Simple tricks like blotting stains on wool and silk and avoiding self-adjusting vacuums can make a huge difference in your rug’s longevity.
Flor is unique in many ways — from sustainability to manufacturing. Their unique system of sizing rugs by the tile allows you to build the perfect rug for your space in any number of modern, exciting textiles. They use a range of recycled materials, have a recycling program and are committed to clean manufacturing.
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Committing to sustainability all throughout your home isn’t always easy, but it’s worth it. With these businesses, you can explore various aesthetics and styles while staying kind to the Earth. Keeping a sustainable home has never been so stylish.
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