5 of the best rugs for kids rooms

February 24, 2016

best rugs for kids rooms

If, like me, you’ve got wooden floors in your home, you’ll know just how important rugs are.  They make your floors feel so much cosier.  Throw a few cushions on your rug and it’s the perfect place to curl up and read a book or play a game or just snooze.  Besides, a big area of wooden flooring always looks much better when broken up with rugs.  And it’s exactly the same in a kids room – kids especially love to play on the floor so why not make the floor space as cosy, fun and inviting as possible.

Finding rugs though isn’t always easy.  A lot of the modern and contemporary rugs can look quite same-y and a bit boring for a kids room.  I am hunting for rugs at the moment for nearly all our rooms including Anya’s room.  So I thought I would share some of the cool rugs for kids rooms that I’ve discovered.  All of them are so fun and will fit in to any room, no matter what the colour scheme or style of decor.  And if you’re a monochrome lover like me, then these are even more so for you:

area rugs for boys rooms

Which kid wouldn’t love this adventure rug?  Not only a rug, it doubles up as a fun race track too.

rugs for kids bedrooms

What’s not to love about this cute rug?  And if you ever tire of it as a rug, it will make a great wall hanging too. 

cute rugs for kids rooms

Imagine waking up to those big eyes each morning?  Whimsical and quirky, this kids rug is such a fun way liven up your floors.

round rug kids room

This stylish round jute rug is so simple and so striking.  It goes with practically any kind of decor or colour.

rugs for kids rooms

Last but not least, how cute is this bear rug for a kids room? And I love the sweet little message for kids to go to sleep to each night.  

I’m really struggling to choose my favourite one but I know one of these will make it to Anya’s room.  Do you have a favourite?  Have you come across any cool rugs for kids rooms? 

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