Best Geometric Area Rugs

A rug is a great way to bring your design style from the walls to the floor. A solid rug may not be the best idea. Geometric area rugs are perfect for adding visual texture to your decor or if you want a bold pattern.

A rug is a great way to bring your design style from the walls to the floor. A solid rug may not be the best idea. Geometric area rugs are perfect for adding visual texture to your decor, whether you want a bold pattern or something funky.

Geometric rugs are based on shapes. The variations are endless, from ultra-modern to ancient designs, which still feel fresh as they did thousands of years ago. Here are six of the best geometric area rug designs and some styling tips.

Aruba Polypropylene Rug

This geometric rug will bring a bit of fun to any room. Rug shoppers know each diamond/rhombus has two additional diamonds/rhombi. Counting the “negative space” darker between the lighter shapes allows you to get six figures for a low price.

This rug can be used in any room of your house and outdoors. The synthetic fibers in this rug allow it to withstand heavy foot traffic and any weather conditions that the great outdoors may send its way. You can even keep it outside during winter.

Boca Polypropylene Rug

Boca Polypropylene Burnt Umber offers as much fun with a rug as possible. This rug’s geometrical design makes it stand out from other rugs. It has a 1970s party vibe. The little dancing men and the brown and gold color palette of this rug in Burnt Umber say, “this room is for partying.” This makes it perfect for basement bar and bachelor pad rooms.

A fun times geometric rug can create the same party atmosphere without a party. Bring the whimsical pattern of this rug to your kitchen or living room for a splash of color. This rug is available in many other colors but may not have the same vintage charm.

Camila Wool Rug

Mid-Century Modern is one of the most popular interior design styles. One of the central themes of MCM is geometric patterns. A geometric area rug is one of the easiest ways to incorporate geometry into your MCM design.

The Camila Wool Rug is an excellent example of a rug with geometric patterns that aren’t overly busy. This rug’s light color and business-like pattern are a great way to add a touch of MCM style. It also ticks off another MCM must: its soft, organic texture is due to the wool fibers.

Felipe Polypropylene Rug

Don’t be surprised if the pattern of this geometric area carpet looks familiar. This geometric pattern is called the Greek Key or Meander pattern. It has been used in decorative patterns for thousands of years. The Greeks were not the only ones who discovered this pattern. The Mayans, ancient Chinese, and Egyptians also used it in art.

This geometric area rug’s rich history means it will work with any style of design, whether traditional or modern. Check out the Athens Sisal Rug for a more complex version of the Greek key pattern.

Palm Island Polysilk Carpet

Our Palm Island Polysilk Rug is one of our most unusual and exciting rugs because the irregular shapes form the pattern. This geometric area rug’s design is both beautiful and mysterious.

This rug’s pattern and charisma will make you feel a sense of excitement both visually and mentally. It is an excellent choice for a minimalist interior design style. When purchased in Breeze color, this rug will also enhance the beachy feeling of your coastal décor. The durability of the poly silk synthetic fibers will ensure that this rug is one that you and your guests can enjoy for many years.

Moroccan Trellis Wool Rug

The area rugs with geometric patterns are often criticized for being too rigid. Sharp corners and straight lines may make a carpet appear stiff and formal. The Moroccan Trellis Wool Rug is an excellent choice if you’re looking for a rug that will enhance a shabby boho design. This rug’s irregular diamonds are similar to chalk lines drawn by hand. It gives your room a rustic but purposeful feel.

The wool fibers in this area rug make it extraordinarily soft and add to its comfortable, lived-in aesthetic. This rug is unique because it’s made from natural fibers, but the wool fibers have been woven in a pattern that creates a geometric design. The carpet also has a different color than the rest.

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