Who can resist Ikea rugs? They are stylish, affordable and can be a super easy way to update any room, especially at this time of year when you want to be adding some warmth and cosiness. There are a lot of rugs on the Ikea website, so to save you all the scrolling, we have done the hard work for you and picked out the best rugs currently on sale at Ikea...
If you want even more autumnal update ideas, head to our living room ideas feature – always the easier and nicest room to decorate as the seasons change.
1. The best Ikea rug for a simple, easy look
Lohals rug | £80 (opens in new tab)
Our favourite Ikea rug of all time. Sure it's basic but it is the best if you are after a simple rug that covers a large space and it won't overwhelm the rest of your scheme. It's also perfect if you like to layer your rugs.
2. The best Ikea rug for an effortlessly Scandi look
Ludde shepskin rug | £25 (opens in new tab)
Because everyone should own a sheepskin rug in our opinion. They are just so easy to style and instantly make a room more welcoming. These Ikea rugs are great value so get a few and pile them up for a lovely relaxed look. Oh and obviously they can be more than a rug: chuck them over a sofa, a chair or at the end of the bed, too.
3. The best Ikea rug for boho vibes
Persisk Kelim Tekkeh rug | £300 (opens in new tab)
Ikea have some gorgeous Oriental rugs at loads of different price points so make sure to have a look through them all, if you are after something unique. Our favourite of them all is this patchwork number – if you like the boho, earthy style, this Ikea rug would be perfect.
4. The best Ikea rug for a monochrome space
Stokholm Rug | £129 (opens in new tab)
After a simple, statement rug that will match your minimalist scheme? The Stokholm rug is the one. It's flat woven so great for high-traffic areas like hallways or kitchens and just adds a bit of interest without being too bold.
5. The best Ikea rug for adding a splash of colour
Halved rug | £129 (opens in new tab)
Well isn't this a funky rug? We love the very slightly muted rainbow colours – they just make it slightly more grown up. This would look really cool in a minimalist-style room with not much else going on (maybe a few bold prints on the wall), and then just let the rug be the main feature.
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