I am still on the hunt for a pretty, cheery, washable rug for the laundry room. Between my life-long struggle with allergies, and now Szuka, I’ve always been a bit resistant to rugs, although I do admire their beauty. Actually shopping for a rug has me appreciating the selection from Old New House even more. How I wish that I could toss one of these beauties into the laundry room to add some vibrancy (hopefully these curtains will do the trick!) . . .
This antique Tekke rug has an unusual pattern and a warm, inviting colour palette.
This vintage Turkish rug has a glimmer of turquoise that caught my eye and made me pine for it:
This primitive antique braided rug would lend a homespun vibe to any space:
This antique Beshir runner has a striking pattern and rich colours:
This blanched Turkish runner is a refreshing antithesis to the on-trend over-dyed rugs:
If you’re in the market for something more elegant than the washable version I’m after, take a peek at Old New House and their ever-changing inventory of antique and vintage rugs. And, if you missed it, click here for my interview with Melissa and Dave about shopping and caring for antique rugs.
This post was sponsored by Old New House but all opinions and words (and editorial decisions) are my own, as always.