Thanks for stopping in to browse our area rugs. We are proud to carry many 8 x 10 – 8 x 11-foot area rugs. All of our area 8×10 area rugs are actually 7ft 8in by 10ft 9in so they’re kind of in between an 8 x 10 and an 8 x 11. Anyway, I hope you check out a few designs and hopefully find something that you love.
All of our Southwestern rugs are proudly made in the United States. They also have received the highest possible durability rating and, of course, all of our product ship free. They also feature a lay flat design that means they won’t get bunched up on corners or cause a trip hazard in your home.
Our rugs feature a premium EnduraStran nylon that means our rugs are super easy to clean. If you ever spill anything on them, rest assured, they are stain-resistant so all you have to do apply some warm water and the stain will wipe off. It actually is pretty amazing to see. You might even be tempted to spill something on your rug just to see how easily the stains are lifted. I know we’ve done that a few times when showing off our rugs before.
Also, all of our rugs are fire and mold resistant so you don’t have to worry about the rugs catching fire from embers from your fireplace or developing any mold or bacteria if they get wet. These features may not sound too exciting, but I can assure you that if you’ve ever smelled a mold rug, you’ll know it’s no fun.
Also, I’m happy to announce that since we opened, we have sent zero waste to landfills from the production of our 8×10 southwestern rugs. We are very serious about recycling, sustainability, and our general imprint on the world. We don’t want our business to negatively affect our Earth for the future generations (even if it means we lose a few dollars in the process).
You may be wondering what the difference is between southwestern and western style area rugs is and I hope we can alleviate any confusion you may have on the topic. Western style and southwestern style are extremely similar. Typically, you can use either phrase. However, there are a few differences. Some western area rugs are composed of a bit of the cowboy style (think: lassoes, boot spurs, rustic stars, etc). And southwestern style is made up of more of the patterns from Native American weavings. But in general, they are extremely similar.
When choosing a rug, it is typically recommended to start by thinking about what size you want. You want to make sure that all of the legs of your furniture can fit on the rug. There is nothing that looks worse than an area rug that is too small for the space. You are probably safe with 8×10 size rugs. That is our best-selling size because I think it fits covers the size of most living and dining rooms easily.
When trying to decide on a color, I recommend looking at the colors you already have in your room and then trying to build off that. Any bright or uncommon colors in your current setup are good bases to build from. However, if you are starting fresh then I always recommend trying to find your rug first. Because the rug is usually the hardest thing to decide on so if you don’t have to also worry about matching to your existing decor then it makes everything easier.