Our Favorite Rugs under $200

Our Favorite Cheap Rugs

Our favorite cheap rugs are something that we have wanted to share with you. Area rugs can change the entire look of a space. First of all, we love area rugs because if you don’t spend a ton of money on them you can change out your rugs often which is really fun. It can total make a space feel brand new. Although we do love a good expensive rug, changing a rug is just a easy change that we like to do when we are wanting to change up a room a bit so these are a few of the rugs that we already have in our own homes. We love all of these rugs and all of them are less then $200.

Textured Rugs

Although the picture above is a small 4×4 rug, I have recently switched it out. Now I have the 6×6 rug and I love it so much more. And you can see more of this space HERE.

Round 6′ x 6′ Jute rug 

You can find more information of this space HERE.


Sheepskin Rug 

Adding a sheepskin rug can add great texture to any space. You can find details of Mallory’s office HERE.

Vintage looking Area Rugs

Savannah’s Master Bedroom Rug 

I used a 8×10 rug in my master bedroom. Since I have a king size bed I loved how this size of rug worked in this space.

You can see more of this space HERE


Mallory’s Entryway Rug

I’ve always loved Mallory’s entry way rug. She used a 4×5 in her entryway that she reused from her old house’s master bathroom. Be sure you check out her master bathroom makeover too!

Savannah’s Living Room Rug 

This colorful rug added just the perfect amount of color to my living room. The size I chose for this space was a 9×12 and this size is perfect for this space.

Mallory’s dining room rug is one of our all-time favorites! The vintage feel with the faded colors and a splash of pink is perfect for most spaces! It’s so versatile and pretty!

Mallory’s Dining Room Rug

This next one is one that both me and Mallory have in our houses. I have it going in my little girl’s nursery, the runner version in my hallway and Mallory has it in her new office. It’s so pretty, thick and the colors are perfection!Pink and Grey Vintage Wool Rug

This distressed, vintage looking navy rug is so beautiful! It could work in virtually any space. I love the faded look!

Distressed Navy Rug

Geometric Moroccan Trellis Fancy Grey Area Rug

I have loved this rug forever now. So many of my friends that have this rug. The texture and the color of this rug is great.

Go bold!

Area Rugs can make or break a space so don’t be afraid to go bold on a great rug! If you go with a really colorful or a really busy pattern I would not spend a ton of money because then if you get sick of it after some time then you won’t mind switching out down the road!

Our favorite rug tape

We shared this tip on our Instagram stories recently and it’s such a valuable tip! We love this rug tape to help hold rugs in place on tile. I have only used it on tile floors (not hardwood or laminate) so I can’t attest to how well it works on those materials. It says it works on any hard surface but I haven’t used it personally.

Best Rug Tape

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  • Reply
    February 1, 2018 at 1:58 pm

    Hi Savannah, Do you feel your living room rug is durable and easy to clean? Love the look, but also need something that will stand up to my dog and toddler!

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      Mallory & Savannah
      February 8, 2018 at 12:52 pm

      Yes! So far so good! It hides all the dirt! I have 4 kids and a dog and it still looks great!

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    ludo king
    February 6, 2018 at 7:51 pm

    That’s a good style, friend! Try yourself as a creative writer.You can definitely earn something!

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    February 17, 2018 at 9:45 pm

    Mallory, you shared some rug tape on your story & I forgot to save it! Can you share it here?

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