It is important to take a moment to celebrate the standard-bearers. As we transition between seasons and before we introduce our exciting new collections, we wanted to spotlight a few bestselling rugs that helped establish our Lulu and Georgia look. These are the elevated, expertly handcrafted designs that we have featured throughout our campaigns—and now we wanted to help take them from your screen or page into your home. So, we recruited our resident stylist Kelley to provide a few suggestions on how to best layer these rugs into your space. Read on for how to style the monochromatic Taza Rug, the ornately patterned Zehra Rug, the bold graphics of the Senna Rug, the neutral geometrics of the Jillian Rug, and the warm, heathered tones of the Khloe Rug. 


The Khloe Rug

An inviting palette and a natural fiber construction make this handwoven Khloe Rug incredibly durable and easy to style in a few rooms throughout your home. Its tonal appearance features a kaleidoscope of warm texture, and ivory and brown hues are woven throughout the piece. Pair the Khloe with oatmeal linens and warm woods, like our Charleston Accent Chair. When you do decide to mix in a pattern, make sure the scale is large to not compete with the rug's texture.


The Taza Rug

With its flatweave construction, the Taza Rug's geometric pattern pops in monochromatic black and white. This rug is graphic and has high contrast up close but looks neutral overall in the scope of a whole room. Play up the rug's texture and high-low pattern by adding textiles in varying fabrics and feel. Think of complementing this rug with the ivory upholstered Walden Sofa and a boucle or linen pillow. We also love the idea of using a pop of color to add visual impact. The Taza's tactile, low-pile design works best in high-traffic areas, so we suggest placing it in a living room, entry, or hallway.

The Zehra Rug

The unique medallion pattern on the Zehra Rug instantly adds traditional appeal to your living space. Soothing blue and pink hues refresh its vintage-inspired design, and its hand-knotted construction makes for a super-soft pile. That softness underfoot makes the Zehra an excellent fit for your bedroom, and we think its organic pattern looks best when paired with textural solids. Neutral bed linens in a soft weave and a pop of contrasting texture, like Tate Bench in dove velvet, provide interest while letting the Zehra take center stage.


The Senna Rug

Bold and beautifully crafted, the Senna Rug's geometric pattern makes for a dynamic addition to your home. Against a natural tan backdrop, this rug is simply a showstopper. Its harsh lines and monolithic design seamlessly pair with Brutalist or minimalist inspired pieces with clean lines and simple shapes. Hand-knotted from a durable wool and cotton blend, the Senna works great in a dining room setting. Style it with streamlined wood furniture and the woven rattan Sayan Pendant Light in black.