Modern farmhouses are full of natural and neutral design elements, and rugs are one decorative item that you can include that will help bring a look together. From delicate patterns and textures to different shapes and mixed materials, here’s 10 ideas of modern farmhouse rugs…
1. Sisal / Jute Rugs
Rugs made from fibers like sisal and jute are one way to add a natural touch to a modern farmhouse interior, and are ideal for a high traffic area.
The Grassmere Handmade Area Rug by Laurel Foundry Modern Farmhouse
The Malia Jute Rug from Anthropologie
2. Patterned Rugs
A patterned rug is a subtle way to add a decorative touch that won’t overwhelm a modern farmhouse interior.
The Hand-Knotted Mischa Rug from Anthropologie
The Herringbone Chevron Handmade Rug from Dash and Albert Rugs
The Pointillist Geo Rug from Anthropologie
The Joaquin Cream/Charcoal Area Rug by Mack & Milo
3. Handwoven Rugs
A handwoven rug combines materials in a traditional craftsman format that showcases the art of weaving.
The Cepeda Area Rug by Gracie Oaks
The Joanna Gaines for Anthropologie Textured Eva Rug
The Handwoven Sonia Rug from Anthropologie
4. Sheepskin Rugs
Soft luxurious sheepskin rugs, whether made from wool or synthetic fibers can be used as a floor covering in a modern farmhouse, but can also be draped over a chair for added comfort.
The Ivory Handmade Sheepskin Rug by Mercury Row
The Charlotte Handmade Area Rug by House of Hampton
The Bigby Hand-Tufted Faux Sheepskin by Mercury Row
5. Striped Rugs
Striped rugs are an alternative for patterned rugs, however they can draw attention and help either elongate a room, or make it feel wider, depending on the orientation of the stripes.
The Handloomed Striped Viscose Rug from Anthropologie
The Ryan Stripe Handwoven Area Rug by Gracie Oaks
6. Round Rugs
Round rugs in a modern farmhouse can help create a dedicated seating area for a small space that would otherwise go unused. Alternatively, they can also be used to in a nursery or bedroom.
The Jameson Contemporary Handwoven Area Rug by Langley Street
The Diara Handmade Tufted Wool Area Rug by Gracie Oaks
7. Faux Cow Hide Rugs
Faux cow hide rugs are a great way to get the look you want with faux materials like felt and tufted faux fur.
The Rustic Living Rug from Anthropologie
The Cabin Faux Hide Rug from Anthropologie
8. Mixed Material Rugs
Including a mixed material rug in your interior helps to create a unique look, like this rug that features strips of leather and jute woven together.
The Leather-Twined Rug from Anthropologie
9. Textured Rugs
Rugs are one way that you can add texture to your interior without it being too overpowering. By keeping the the color neutral, you can have a raised pattern that adds a subtle amount of texture.
The Diamond Path Rug from Anthropologie
The Kamala Rug from Anthropologie
10. Outdoor Rugs
Outdoor spaces can sometimes be overlooked as a location to include a rug in the design of a modern farmhouse, however they are a great way to create tie together an outdoor living room or alfresco dining area.