Weekly Spotlight: Winter 2019 Rugs

Cold winters require those of us here in the northeast to double up on the throw blankets in the living room, switch out our warmer weather bedding with heavy quilts, and in rooms with no carpeting, lay down a rug for a layer of warmth underfoot. In our Winter 2019 catalog, we’ve introduced a few rugs and accent mats that are practical and stylish (in all seasons), and have provided a peek at the collections below.

Cora Area Rug – Polypropylene

Made in the USA and available in six sizes, our Cora Area Rug features a luxurious pattern and pile; this home accent is both decorative and plush, and its easy-care polypropylene fibers makes it low maintenance and durable for your most lived-in rooms.

Cora Area Rug | USA | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Oceanview Chenille Braided Rug – Wool and Chenille

Made in the USA, available in twelve sizes and three colors, our Oceanview Chenille Braided Rug blends softness and practicality with rich colorways to brighten your home and comfort you all year long.

Oveanview Chenille Braided Rug | USA | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Essie Swirl Braided Rug – Polypropylene

Made in the USA from easy-care polypropylene, the Essie Swirl Braided Rug comes in two dark color combinations and three round sizes. Perfect for entryways, dining rooms or even a bedroom, this rug is just right for smaller spaces.

Essie Swirl Braided Rug | USA | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Forest Fern Area Rug – Polypropylene

We will take all the extra greenery that we can get in the winter time; enter the Forest Fern Area Rug! Made in the USA and available in five sizes, this is another easy-care polypropylene option from our catalog.

Forest Fern Area Rug | USA | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Green Shamrock Braided Rug – Jute

And finally, our Green Shamrock Braided Rug. Crafted out of eco-friendly jute braids and designed by Maine artist Harry Smith, this home accent is perfect for the kitchen, entry or a hallway in your country home.

Green Shamrock Braided Jute Rug | Artist Harry Smith | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

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