Modern area rugs are a great way of adding a pop of color to an otherwise neutral interior. We’ve put together a list of modern blue rugs in a variety of shapes and sizes that range from plain to patterned to textured. Let’s take a look.
1. Geometric Rugs
Adding a blue accent rug with a geometric design to your space creates a fun way to include visual interest in a room.
Moroccan Trellis Shag Rug by Je Veux Home
A hand knotted Turkish Rug by CarpetsBazaar
2. Round Rugs
Round rugs, which also go by the name of circular rugs, are a great way to define an area. They can be used for a single chair, a pair of chairs around the edge, in a nursery, or in an entryway.
The Speers Navy Indoor/Outdoor Round Area Rug by Bungalow Rose
The Wentworth Round Blue Rug by Winston Porter
The Nutrioso Geometric Wool Blue/Gray Area Rug by Ebern Designs
3. Patterned Rugs
A rug is a way of introducing a pattern to any modern interior. By keeping the color and pattern simple, it allows the rug to add a subtle design element that doesn’t distract from the overall look of the room.
The Kota Flat-Weave Rug by DASH & ALBERT
The Mailey Area Rug by One Kings Lane
4. Area Rugs
An area rug is one way to help define a space within a home. Depending on the size of the rug, it can be used to create a sitting room within an open floor plan or define an entryway.
The Lauren Light Blue/Dark Blue Area Rug by Beachcrest Home
The Dusk Are Rug by XND
The Marleen Plush Navy Shag Rug by nuLOOM
5. Bathroom Rugs
The bathroom is an often overlooked area that can benefit from a having a small rug as part of its decor. Usually made from a material that dries well, it allows a soft surface for someone to stand on instead of the bare floor, when getting out of the bathtub or shower.
The Sea Glass Blue Cotton Bath Rug by The Company Store
The Angles Blue Cotton Bath Rug by The Company Store
The Blue Clea Chenille Noodle Bath Rug Set by Latitude Run
6. Runner Rugs
Runner rugs can be used in a variety of areas of the home, like in the kitchen, the hallway, and in the bedroom.
The Atossa Faded Teal Runner by CB2
The Uptown Fifth Avenue Blue Runner Rug by Jill Zarin
The Hill-Side Disintegrated Blue Floral Runner by CB2
7. Abstract Rugs
Usually abstract design is found in interiors on the wall in the form of art, however, an abstract rug is an alternative idea for adding eye-catching art to the home.
The Ertel Flat-Weave Rug by One Kings Lane
The Retro Light Blue/Blue Area Rug by Safavieh
8. Outdoor Rugs
Outdoors, like on a patio or balcony, is a place where people don’t often think they can include a rug, but they’re ideal for creating a designated zone in an open space. Plus they add can add a bright pop of color that can be changed out with the seasons.
The Edel Indoor/Outdoor Rug by Anthropologie
The Felix Blue 5 ft. x 7 ft. Indoor/Outdoor Area Rug by BALTA
9. Textured Rugs
Displaying a textured rug in your interior can help to create dimension.
The Victoria Rug by Anthropologie
The Dakoda Hand-Tufted Denim Blue Rug by Three Posts Teen
10. Plain Rugs
Depending on your color scheme, plain blue rugs can help tie a room together, from light blue that complements artwork, to dark blue that matches a throw pillow.