6 Rugs Inspired By Single Women & Their Spaces

Overwhelmed by rug shopping? We were too, until we found a new source that offers our most loved styles.
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In our humble opinion, a rug can make a room. We have built many a color palette around this grounding (no pun intended) centerpiece, and also waited to complete a space until we found the perfect design and hue to represent the aesthetic vision. 

Not to say we haven't tried and failed a few times, as can happen when ordering anything online. But in an effort to spare you the same foils, may we offer a curated collection of rugs that complement a variety of interior styles. We are forever in awe of the beautiful places featured in our Single Women & Their Spaces tours and used the series as our visual inspiration. 

To pull it all together, we looked to our new favorite, affordable, and accessible rug source: Revival Rugs. Their rugs are each vintage one-of-a-kind, and we certainly stand behind their transparent buying and supply process, which makes it a feel good purchase, too. We pulled a few showstoppers that feel like a close representation of our chosen identity and style, but there is plenty to choose from to fit yours. And to start, here are our a few of our favorites that will translate to any abode:

Similar to Rachel's rug: Vintage Margund

Similar to Rachel's rug: Vintage Margund

Similar to Kim's rug: Vintage Gintaras

Similar to Kim's rug: Vintage Gintaras

Similar to Tiffany's rug: Ughetta

Similar to Tiffany's rug: Ughetta

Similar to Casey's rug: Dionysius

Similar to Casey's rug: Dionysius

Similar to Christine's: Sanie

Similar to Christine's: Sanie

Similar to Erin's: Veronique

Similar to Erin's: Veronique

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