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Southwestern Runner Rugs

Southwestern runner rugs are a staple in modern homes. While our Southwestern rug runners do add a rustic charm to your space, they are not a bygone home decor trend by any stretch of the imagination. They add warmth and coziness while still paying tribute to the great well of history and culture that stems from Southwest style and Southwestern area rugs. The Southwestern home decor style is definitely here to stay. We hope that if you're looking for Southwestern rug runners then you'll give our rugs a shot. Our runners are made in the USA, one at a time, with an extreme commitment to quality, received the highest possible durability rating, lay flat design, and a free 60-day in-home trial to make sure that you absolutely love your runner rug. With so many Southwest rug runner designs on our site, we're sure that you'll find something perfect for you. But if not, returns are quick and easy, and we won't stop until you're 100% satisfied with your order. The great thing about Southwestern design is that there are so many options under the umbrella of Southwestern style. You can go with bright red and turquoise or more neutral, muted browns and greys. There are no hard and fast rules. It's just whatever fits your home and makes you happy.

Southwestern Rug Runners

Southwestern rug runners can look great in many different rooms and situations. But most commonly, you'll find runners in hallways, kitchens, foyers, behind sofas, and as an accent in a room with other, larger rugs also in the room. Runners are a great way to add a bit of style and warmth to an area where you wouldn't otherwise be able to fit a rug into. You want to choose a Southwestern rug runner that fits your space, your personal style, and the decor of the rest of your home. Don't be afraid to play around with different styles of home decor. There are no rules that say you can't throw a Southwest runner rug down in a room with modern style pieces. Whatever works for you and makes you happy is all good. Also, one good thing about rugs when combining different styles is that rugs are typically expected to add a pop of style and color. So going with a bold rug can work well - even if it is from a different style of interior decorating.

2x8ft Southwestern Rugs

Runners can come in a multitude of sizes, but currently, all of our runners measure 2x8 feet. This is a very common size for runner rugs and we find typically works out well in a lot of decorating situations. If you are looking for runners that are in other sizes, please feel free to reach out to us and we'll see what we can find you that fits your desired size. Runner rugs are an easy way to add intrigue and a pop of style to your home and interior design. You can add a matching runner to go with your larger 5x8 or 8x11 rug. Or you can go with a different design for your runner that compliments the other rug you have in the same space. Feel free to mix and match your rug designs, but, of course, there's nothing with ordering matching rug designs.

4x6 Southwestern Rugs

Southwestern rugs are inspired by the rich Native American culture with their distinctive patterns and vibrant colors. They strike just the right balance between traditional and modern designs, making them a natural fit no matter which route you followed for your home's interior design. Since Southwest rugs are versatile enough to warrant their usage as an artistic tapestry, area rugs, or accent rugs you see in a foyer, you need to carefully measure your free space where you're planning to place them in order to avoid the frustration of ordering the wrong size. Let's help you explore how Southwest area rugs in size 4x6ft can add fresh, inviting vibes to your house when added to your home decor. Without any further ado, let's jump right into where a 4x6 area rug should feel right at home.

Where to Place 4x6 Southwestern Rugs


You can always pick one large rug that extends under your whole bed and nightstands, but the downside to this approach is that you don't have much room for customization. Instead, you should opt for a couple of smaller rugs that blend nicely with one another and allow you to get different designs for different parts of the room. For example, a 4x6 accent Southwest rug can fit perfectly in front of your nightstands on either side. Add another bigger rug in front of your bed, and you've got yourself a full setup. When choosing your accent rug, make sure it's soft and cozy, as this is the first thing that your feet will be touching when getting out of bed every morning.

Bathroom and Kitchen

As their name implies, accent rugs are meant to add design "accents" to your rooms, such as eye-catching colors and pleasing patterns or unique textures like animal hide or wool. The goal here isn't to cover expansive areas; all that matters is the design finesse. That said, Southwestern rugs in a 4x6 size makes them the perfect accent rug to add to your bathroom, kitchen, or in front of your rooms. If your bathroom has cooler tones, it can benefit from a vibrant rug sitting under the sink to complement the background subtle color choice. Needless to say that having a rug under your bathroom or kitchen sink serves another purpose beyond just the looks. Your Southwestern rug ensures your floor remains dry, so no family members or roommates run into any accidental falls from stepping on a slippery floor. 

4x6 Southwest Area Rugs Don'ts

When designing your sitting area, an accent rug won't serve you justice. You don't want the 4x6 southwestern rug to appear as if it's just a raft floating on an expansive ocean. With much floor exposed, your sitting area actually appears narrower and more confined than it actually is. Another drawback to such an approach is that, whether you like it or not, your accent rug will highlight only the piece of furniture sitting on top of it. In most cases, this will be your small living room table.  So, you'll be stealing the thunder of your other pieces worthy of a proper showcase like the sofa, chairs, and side tables holding extra decorative elements such as vases. So you should opt for a larger size rug if you're working a larger space.   Finally, never go for bland colors when picking a Southwest accent rug. Your 4x6 Southwestern rug can easily fade in the background, especially if you're placing it as a connecting rug in a larger area. Go for vibrant, cozy colors that add a different ambiance to your setup and make it stand out even more.

Round Southwestern Rugs

Round Southwestern rugs are a welcome departure from the rectangular, sharp-bordered rugs that we see everywhere. The round shape conveys the illusion of having more spacious areas, making it the ideal choice for spaces like in the middle of a foyer, dining room, children's rooms, and office nooks. Furthermore, you can use a smaller round rug on top of a rectangular area rug. You might ask, why would I want to do that? The answer is pretty simple! A round rug with just the right accents can make your space pop. This can be just what you're looking for if you want to divide larger, open spaces into specific, easily-identifiable areas. Though Southwest area rugs provide a new, fresh way to decorate your house, they can be a bit tricky to integrate into your space if you don't know where to start. We have some extra ideas in store for you that will surely make you on top of your interior home decorating game.

Where to Place 8ft Round Southwestern Area Rugs

Dining Room

If you have a rounded table at the center of your dining room, a rug with the same shape will make perfect sense. When settling on the right size, you need to consider the extra space that the chairs can occupy when pulled away from the table. You don't want to end up with your chairs sitting halfway on the rug and the floor beneath. For an eye-pleasing setup, make sure your round rug is away from the walls. You want your rug to look as if it's floating in space and carrying your dining table with it. If any part of the circle's perimeter touches a wall, the illusion is instantly broken, and your room will look asymmetrical.


An 8ft round Southwestern rug in your entryway adds a welcoming design, especially if you pick a fitting color pattern with predominantly warmer tones. You can slap in a small table and a chair where you can place your keys and bag. The round rug is the secret glue that defines such a setup and makes it work out. Subconsciously, you'll know it's time to reach to put or take your keys out of their rack once you step on your entryway round rug.


A round rug can be a great option to consider when setting up a corner in your bedroom or your kids' room. For example, a reading corner with its own bookshelf and comfy chair can all be outlined by a round Southwestern rug that creates a sense of intimacy and harmony. Remember, you don't want your round rug to ever touch a wall. So, make it the centerpiece with all the other furniture arranged around it and at least touching part of its perimeter. Furthermore, if you want to ensure your kids leave their room organized after playing, you can set a dedicated playing area with a vibrant round Southwest area rug. Now, toys live only in this area, and they shouldn't become dispersed all over the room.

Final Thoughts

We hope our ideas have set you on the right path to explore more ways to integrate round rugs in your house. They fit perfectly in roomy bathrooms, your breakfast nook, in addition to being a way to accentuate curved furniture. As you can see, the possibilities are endless, and we've only addressed the tip of the iceberg. Now that you know the do and don'ts of decorating with round Southwestern rugs, we're excited for you to start experimenting and seeing what works best for your particular space.
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