When it comes to outdoor spaces, our view is that every one of them needs a rug. This season, we’re particularly smitten with outdoor rugs that have a natural look—neutral-hued styles that mimic your favorite natural fiber rugs and add the perfect amount of warmth and character. We’re calling this trend the “au naturel look”—and know you’ll love the effortless, elevated vibe it brings to your outdoor space. Keep scrolling to learn more about the trend, see a few of our favorite picks, and bring one home for yourself!
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Bring the Indoors, Out
Outdoor rugs not only look good, but they also help create majorly cozy vibes in your al fresco space, making them feel just as comfy and inviting as those indoors. In the stunning sitting area above, you’ll notice how this natural fiber alternative gives the space all the comfort and charm of an indoor living room, just transported outdoors. It’s a great way to extend the vibe of your home to your outdoor space. And what’s not to love about that?
Create Subtle Sophistication
One of our favorite things about these nature-inspired rugs is that they’re, well, neutral and natural. They’re perfect for when you want to add a subtle dose of sophistication to your outdoor areas, without overwhelming the beautiful landscape and furnishings within the space.
Pair with Anything
The great news about these natural-hued, neutral outdoor rugs? They go with nearly everything! Whether your outdoor look skews more modern, has Moroccan influences, or touches on the traditional, these designs are the perfect complement—allowing your furniture and accents to stand out and shine.
Create a Weather-Resistant Layer
Functionally speaking, these outdoor rugs are rockstars. Despite their light color, they have built-in performance features and are made with materials designed to withstand rain, dirt, and other assaults from the elements. So no need to worry about mildew or stains! These natural outdoor rugs can work inside too—simply roll them out indoors for an extra dose of durability in high-traffic spaces.