While redecorating my garden, I wasn’t happy with the color of the deck so I investigated ideas to hide it, that wouldn’t involve painting or changing the deck itself (because I tried and failed at staining our deck with white stain, a story for another day!) and it is how I came across outdoor rugs. They seem to get more and more popular and an easy way to make a dull space (or deck!) a bit more interesting without buying new garden furniture so I thought I’d share my findings.
I hope you enjoy reading this article as much as I enjoyed writing it.
The mindful point! : Outdoor Rugs can be made of different material and a lot of them are made out of recycled plastic, polypropylene, polyester or PVC. Therefore as a recycled and recyclable material, they have great environmentally friendly credentials.
More pictures below – all Image credits on this blog post is attributed to the brands.
- Ibiza Rug – White – 180 x 270 cm – £67 – Maisons du Monde
- Nomad Rug – Blue – 70 x 180 cm – £84 – FERM LIVING
- Inka Rug – 70 x 180 cm – £57 – HOUSE DOCTOR
- Stripe Rug Grey – 120 x 270 cm (M) – £75 – Houseology
- Labritja Rug – 160 x 230 cm – £91 – Maisons du monde
- Provence Collection Rug – 300 x 250 cm – £439 – Weaver Green John Lewis
- Lichen herringbone Rug – 180 x 120 cm – £85.00 – THE MODERN BOTANIST
- Canyon Rug – 274 x 183 cm – £2,240 – The Rug Company