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Article: Natural Fibers, Maximalist Designs and Texture Plays: Rug Trends That Will Reign in 2024

Natural Fibers, Maximalist Designs and Texture Plays: Rug Trends That Will Reign in 2024 - NuStory

Natural Fibers, Maximalist Designs and Texture Plays: Rug Trends That Will Reign in 2024

The world of interior design continues to evolve - embracing new styles and textile innovations each year. Rugs have the ability to transform a room, so staying up to date on what's truly "in" is of the utmost importance, especially at the beginning of the year. In this blog post, we'll explore the latest rug trends that are set to dominate in 2024, bringing warmth, style, and a touch of personality to homes around the globe.

1. Natural Fibers

With environmental consciousness on the rise, sustainable materials are taking center stage in interior design, and rugs are no exception. In 2024, expect to see a surge in demand for eco-friendly and ethically sourced rug options. Recycled fibers, organic materials, and natural dyes are becoming increasingly popular as consumers seek sustainable choices without compromising on style. We’ll continue to see rugs spun from plant fibers, plus they offer a beautiful array of tones and textures that bring a wonderful organic feel to interiors – like the Symmetria, Drift, and Dune rugs.

2. Maximalist Designs

While minimalism has had its time in the spotlight, 2024 is embracing the bold and vibrant allure of maximalism. Rugs with intricate patterns, vibrant colors, and a mix of textures are making a comeback. The goal is to create a visually stimulating and eclectic environment that reflects the individuality and personality of the homeowner. Geometric shapes, asymmetrical designs, and playful compositions are making a bold statement in 2024. These rugs are not just floor coverings; they are works of art that can redefine the entire aesthetic of a room. For the maximalists out there, try our Crescent, Abstract or Polychrome rugs.

3. Vintage Revival

Nostalgia meets contemporary design in the vintage rug revival of 2024. Antique-inspired patterns, traditional motifs, and time-worn textures are making a comeback. Vintage rugs not only add a touch of history to a space but also seamlessly blend with modern decor, creating a timeless and sophisticated look. To find a nice counterpart to your contemporary décor, try the Chalet, Mercantile or Distillery rugs.

5. Texture Play

From plush shags to intricately woven patterns, homeowners are exploring rugs that invite touch and sensory exploration. Layering different textures within a space adds depth and dimension, creating a cozy and inviting atmosphere. Our textured rugs are flying off the shelves. Check out crowd favorites like the Curvature, Squiggle, and Cozy Ella.

6. Easy Care & Performance

PET rugs are crafted from recycled plastic bottles, offering a responsible and innovative solution to repurpose materials that would otherwise contribute to environmental pollution. Beyond its environmental benefits, PET rugs also boast durability and resistance to stains, making them a practical choice for households with active lifestyles. In 2024, they will be the leading choice for those seeking both aesthetic appeal and a commitment to environmental responsibility in their home decor. If you're ready to make that choice, check out the Wylde rug.


As we navigate the ever-changing landscape of interior design, the rug trends of 2024 offer a diverse array of options for homeowners to express their style and embrace the comfort of their living spaces. Whether you prefer sustainable chic, maximalist bliss, vintage revival, abstract expressionism or texture play, the world of rugs in 2024 has something for everyone. So, let your creativity run wild and transform your home into a haven of style and comfort with the latest rug trends of the year.

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