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eSaleRugs will impress you from start to finish, with more than 25,000 rugs in stock in an impressive variety of colors, sizes, and designs. Prices are extremely competitive, and a 30-day return policy with zero restocking fees - and return shipping paid for by the retailer - makes shopping at eSaleRugs truly risk-free. An A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and a 43-year history as a business make this South Carolina-based rug store our top choice.

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Looking for something unique and well-made, from a store that delivers excellent customer service Put Burke Decor on your "must shop" list. With a curated collection of rugs and other home decor items you likely won't find elsewhere and an excellent reputation for customer service, you'll enjoy shopping at BD. Just be aware that, if you need to make a return for any reason, the restocking fees and costs of shipping may be high.

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With more than 100,000 items in their inventory, Rug Expedition probably has the rug you want. And, their customer-friendly return policy, price match guarantee, and free shipping within the lower 48 United States should make Rug Expedition one of your top shopping destinations for your next rug purchase.

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If you're shopping specifically for a high-quality, handmade Oriental or Persian rug, be sure to check out Fine Rug Collection. You'll get free shipping and returns, on top of an amazing 90-day trial period. While you won't find mass-produced rugs, you can be assured that your investment in a Fine Rug Collection piece will be a solid choice.

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Based on the East Coast, RugSale has been in business for almost 20 years. Their prices are usually much lower than big-box retailers' selling the exact same rugs, and a price match guarantee ensures that you'll always get the best price available. RugSale is a good one-stop shop for a variety of rug styles and customer budgets.

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For rug shopping with a personalized touch, visit Super Area Rugs. This family owned-and-operated retailer carries a selection of more than 50,000 area rugs on its website, and the owners themselves are ready to answer any questions you may have as you decide which floor covering you should buy for your home.

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Wayfair is well-known as an online home decorators' superstore, selling "a zillion things home". Their selection of rugs runs the spectrum, with more than 10,000 to choose from Low prices and free shipping on all orders over $49 make Wayfair a solid choice for your next rug. We do recommend that you pay close attention to product quality; a significant number of customers have had to take advantage of Wayfair's self-service return process after receiving items that were not as high-quality as expected.

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If you're looking for a rug made of natural fibers like sisal or seagrass, or if you need a custom product for a hard-to-fit space, be sure to see what Natural Area Rugs has to offer. Free shipping and discount codes will help make your purchase even more affordable. Customer experience varies, and you may also want to take advantage of the free sample swatches prior to placing your order.

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Designer-Rug is a very straightforward site for your rug purchase: you won't be overwhelmed by lots of text to wade through, just an ample selection of rugs that can be sorted by color, size, style and more. Designer-Rug is apparently too new on the market to have much of a reputation, but as a part of the Burke Decor family of brands, we're hopeful for good things to come from Designer-Rug as well.

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Do you want to transform the look and feel of a room or patio in just one easy step Consider buying a rug! Whether you're looking to add some style to your deck or to make your hardwood floors warmer in the colder months, a rug will help you add color and comfort to any space.

The first step in choosing the right rug is to take an accurate measurement of the floor you want to cover, especially if you're shopping for an area rug. Home decor experts state that one of the most common mistakes people make is to purchase a rug that is too small - known as "postage-stamp" sizing.

Area rugs generally come in three standard sizes - 9' x 12', 8' x 10', and 6' x 9', and you should aim to have between 4-6 inches of bare floor on each side.Of course, if your room needs a size that doesn't fall within those standard measurements, you may want to have a rug custom-made to meet your needs. You should expect to pay a little more than you would for a mass-produced floor covering, but it may be worth it to get the exact size, materials, and color scheme that will be the perfect match for your home.

The next decision should be the texture of your rug. For an outdoor space, you'll be looking at more durable materials like sisal or jute, while an indoor rug usually will be made of a softer material like wool or silk. You'll also want to keep in mind the amount of traffic your rug will get, and choose a material and texture accordingly. For example, while a silk rug is incredibly soft and gorgeous to look at, it is also notoriously difficult to clean and might not be the best choice for an area frequently used by pets or small children.

Finally, decide what color and/or pattern will convey the look you want. In a room primarily decorated in neutral colors, a rug with a bold color or design can add interest and flair, while an eclectically-furnished space can be toned down and pulled together by a solid-color rug. Another interior decorating tip to consider is layering rugs: adding warmth and comfort when it's colder out and making for an easy change in look when spring and summer return.

Once you have an idea of the rug you're looking for, shopping online will make it easier than ever to find it - and at prices that are often much lower than what you'd pay at a local retailer. As you decide which online store should get your business, keep in mind these criteria:

  • Selection. Does the store carry a variety of rugs in different patterns, colors, sizes, and materials
  • Cost. Are the prices competitive with other retailers Does the store offer any perks like discounts on your first purchase or free shipping
  • Reputation. Have other customers had a good shopping experience
  • Customer Service. What is the retailer's policy regarding returns Is there a satisfaction guarantee in place If you need help, are you likely to get a customer representative that is friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable has reviewed and ranked the best Rug Stores available today. We hope these reviews help you find the right floor covering to make your home more comfortable and appealing today!

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Lawsuit: Adams County jailer forced to resign after refusing prayer rugs to Muslim inmates

ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. - A former high-ranking jail employee is suing the Adams County Sheriff's Office, claiming he was demoted and forced to resign after refusing to hand out prayer rugs to Muslim inmates. Sterritt Fuller says he was discriminated ...

Published:  Tue, 05 Dec 2017 08:00:00 GMT

The Shelburne Museum Is Hooked on Patty Yoder's Rugs

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Published:  Thu, 14 Dec 2017 16:14:00 GMT

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