Nothing defines an outdoor space quite like a rug. While yards don’t come with designated rooms per say, the strategic placement of a rug is an effective way to create a natural border. Before pulling the trigger, check to ensure sure the rug is designed to withstand the elements. Then maintain your rug by following the cleaning instructions, whether sweeping, spot cleaning or hosing off. Depending on your climate, you may want to store it in a warm, dry place during inclement weather.
For an effortless natural look, try this warm polyester rug braided into a subtle rectangular pattern. Or, opt for a more dramatic look with the solid black version of this rug. See a similar rug in this Yardzen yard!
We love this woven all-weather polypropylene rug for its versatile salt and pepper texture, but it gets high marks for another reason. That pattern helps disguises crumbs and dirt, making it a breeze to maintain a clean appearance even when nature gets in the way.
Graphic lines, two shades of gray and a bit of fringe make this handwoven rug ideal for an outdoor space in a need of a visual punch. See a similar rug in this Yardzen yard!
One way to create warmth outdoors is with texture, and if you’re in short supply consider this handmade beauty. The surface is likened to luxe acid washed denim contrasted by white hobnails for a dimensional finish.
You can ditch the shoes inside when you put this soft, thick rug underfoot outside. The chunky woven surface instantly adds a cozy vibe and the neutral hue keeps it versatile.
With its tweed-like appearance, this flecked ombre rug will draw eyes to its rich pattern. This reversible rug is also made of PVC, which means when it gets dirty you can simply hose off debris.
For a twist on traditional blue and white stripes, we love the gentle wavy lines that stretch across this soft navy rug. Made of polypropylene, it’s also available in six versatile sizes.