Rugs at PlushRugs.com: Nothing brings the decorating scheme of a home together like the right area rugs. When choosing home area rugs, there are several things to keep in mind. The colors that you choose, the overall theme of your decor, and the space available in each room are all important considerations. We offer a vast array of styles, weaves, colors, sizes, and brands for you to choose from, all backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee. Show More...
For thousands of years, people have been making, buying, and decorating their homes with rugs. Some of the earliest existing examples of area rugs are 14th Century synagogue prayer mats, and there is evidence that the area rug industry flourished in both Spain and the Middle East for several centuries before increased trade with other countries created a high worldwide demand for beautiful, unique rugs for home decorating purposes.
The first area rugs produced in England, called Norwich rugs for their area of origin, were influenced by Middle Eastern and Spanish rug styles, and soon, custom rug production in that area led to the development of a large rug and textile production industry in Worcestershire, which is still in operation today. With the introduction of the woven carpet mill by William Sprague in 1791, and the invention of the power loom by Erastus Bigelow in 1839, area rug and carpet manufacturing in the United States soon became a successful industry as well.
Today, thanks to technological advances, finding the perfect home area rug that you are searching for has never been easier. Need red rugs? Search by color. Need pink wool area rugs? Search by any or all of our many categories. We promise you'll find it here, and when you sign up for a free account with us, you'll have the ability to keep track of your favorite rug searches so that when it is time to order, you won't have to search again. Have questions? Give us a call today and we'll answer your questions and help you navigate through your many options. Show Less...
Ex. Large Rugs (> 9x12)
Large Rugs (7x9 - 9x12)
Medium Rugs (5x8 - 6x9)
Small Rugs (3x5 - 4x6)