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Rugs Galore, Are So Much More Than Functional

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The beloved furry faces of Dash & Albert, get a little crazy on some of the collections newest intro's.  Like this Lyric Paisley Wool Tufted Rug. The paisley design is based off an Italian watercolor that explodes with bright colors and all over pattern. Coordinating beautifully with Pine Cone Hill Lyric stripe or Lyric Paisley bedding and accessories. 

A classic choice from Dash & Albert is the Plain Tin Wool Hooked Rug in charcoal, slate, ivory or grey. Now, this versatile pattern is available in Cadet (a beautiful jade), Wheat (a natural yellow), Celadon (a very soft blue/green) and Basil (well, it looks like fresh basil). Plain Tin's old world, inspired tile pattern, allows this area rug to be used in just about any setting from contemporary to traditional.  

Rarely do I see a rug as sunny as the Aster wool micro hooked rug in gold. The vibrant petals of the six petaled flower jumps right off the white background and will cheer up any room in your home. Aster makes its debut to Dash & Albert along with two other colorways, Sage and Sky. Both, equally as stunning as the gold and just as cheerful.

If your look is a bit more modern and you want something simple, the Grid area rug in ivory is just the rug for you. A simple grid pattern in dark grey pops off the background and accents the floor with simplicity and style. The Grid rug from Dash & Albert can also be purchased in Blue or Grey.

And while there are many more new options to choose from, the last featured today is the Cameroon Stripe indoor/outdoor rug. This rug has the look and feel of a flat weave woolen rug, but a softer hand and much easier care. Made from recycled plastic bottles, Cameroon stays on top of the trend list with Indigo, a very up and coming design aesthetic that we saw while at the trade shows this summer. Coordinating great with Pine Cone Hill Cameroon striped bedding and perfect for any home near the water begging for nautical navy stripes.

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