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The Best Dining Room Rug

I absolutely love our new dining room rug. It’s the perfect color, size and it’s all wool. It’s from Loloi Rugs!

The Best Farmhouse Dining Room Rug

I have been looking for a new dining room rug for a while. I had something specific in mind. I wanted wool. I wanted a hooked rug. And I wanted the colors off-white, tan, grey, pink, and brown.

Loloi Dining Room Rug

I was approached by Loloi Rugs and I couldn’t believe it when I found this rug. #sponsored.

It’s from their Norabel Collection and it’s in Ivory/Blush.

Here is a close up of our rug. Isn’t it gorgeous?

The Best Farmhouse Dining Room Rug 6

It looks perfect with our floors. It looks great with our unique painted walls. And it matches all of the decor I have stored in our butler’s pantry. Hah!

Dining Room Rug

I took this photo of our table and the rug underneath. Isn’t it incredible how well it looks?

The Best Farmhouse Dining Room Rug Colors

There are so many colors in this Loloi rug that it would match just about any table setting. I had so much fun setting the table based on the color of the rug!

The Best Dining Room Rug and Table

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I pulled out some of my glassware. The cranberry glass is vintage. But the tall flutes with the etching are from Anthropologie. They were one of my Christmas presents. And I love them!

The Best Farmhouse Dining Room Table

I sat down on the floor to share with you a really great view of my rug.

The Best Farmhouse Dining Room Rug

I think this rug will look great all year long.

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Even during the holidays!

The Best Dining Room Rug

So what do you think?

The Best Dining Room Rug

Frequently Asked Questions

Are wool rugs better?

Wool rugs are more natural and last a lot longer than polypropylene carpet. Wool rugs are flame resistant, while the chemicals in synthetic rugs might make them highly flammable. I actually don’t like the smell of synthetic rugs. Polypropylene rugs are cheaper but they are not good for the environment.

Are wool rugs worth the money?

Wool is a strong and natural fiber and wool rugs typically are a bit more expensive. Keep in mind that wool rugs last for decades, are highly durable, and keep their color and pattern over time. A rug made of wool will typically be softer and more plush.

How do you clean a wool rug?

Shake out the rug and vacuum it. Make your own cleaning solution with one bucket of cold water and 2 TBL of Woolite. Use a sponge to swab the rug with cleaning solution. Use another sponge with water to rinse the rug. Let dry.

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49 Responses

  1. It is beautiful! I wish I had somewhere to put one. I did buy the kitchen rug you have and I love it!
    Thanks for all the wonderful inspiration.

    1. Oh my gosh, don’t you love the kitchen rug Kathryn?! Thank you for letting me know you got one and love it and for your kind comment. I hope you join me tomorrow for Sunday Morning Coffee!

  2. What a beautiful room! Love the pocket doors , a rarity in this day and age… Rug, the paint and table setting , all exquisite!

    1. They really are incredible Stacy! Thank you so much for reaching out and for such thoughtful comments. I hope that you join me here tomorrow for Sunday Morning Coffee!

    1. Oh my gosh Cindy, thank you so much! I appreciate that you reached out to comment. Please join me here tomorrow for Sunday Morning Coffee!

    1. I do too Darleen. It’s subtle and yet has so many colors in it! Thank you for your comment. I hope you join me here tomorrow for Sunday Morning Coffee!

  3. Ohhh it’s so pretty, lovely, & classic I love it!
    I’ve been looking for a rug for my Sophie’s room (she’s 6) I’ll have to check some of these rugs out.

  4. Very pretty rug, looks nice in your dining room. Love it for spring and summer and nice contrast with the floors and table, adding light. We had all of our main floors sanded and bleached last year. Love them and have started leaning towards a more Swedish look in my old age. I only have rugs in front of sofas, which is four rooms, but the kitchen, dining and master bedroom are bare and clean looking. Finally found a textured ivory 9×12 wool rug for the family room after looking for months.

    1. Thank you Jillian for reaching out with your kind comments. Your home sounds beautiful! I hope that you join me here tomorrow for Sunday Morning Coffee!

      1. Family room, a front sitting room (loveseat) which some would use for an office but hubby put his in the basement, which is a walkout basement with windows and doors. Another family room in basement (two couches) and a little sitting room upstairs where my husband likes to sit in the mornings. It has a loveseat rather than a couch. Ha Ha! Apparently we sit around a lot. 🙂

    1. Linda, that is a beautiful description. I really do just stop and stare at it, it is so pretty! Thank you for your comment. I hope that you join me here tomorrow for Sunday Morning Coffee!

  5. Absolutely gorgeous! I was wondering why you wanted wool and then found your answer in the post. I love wool sweaters, mittens and blankets in Michigan because of the insulation of it but also shocking ability to clean easy. A wool rug in my house would make so much sense! I’ll ha e to prioritize that!

    1. Cheryl, I highly recommend this wool rug. The Loloi collections are all beautiful. Let me know if you end up putting one in your home! Please join me here tomorrow for Sunday Morning Coffee!

    1. I love that Diane! This rug was so meant to be in this room! Thank you for reaching out. I hope you join me tomorrow for Sunday Morning Coffee!

  6. Your new rug is beautiful and looks great with your wall color (which I love) and is perfect with your blush and pink table settings. I love it!

    1. Gosh Sharon, thank you so much! I am just over the moon about this rug and loving all of the colors together. I hope you join me tomorrow for Sunday Morning Coffee!

  7. Lovely colors!. Do you have tips for placing large rugs over carpet? I have tried on dining room in the past and the table sunk into the rug and distorted it

  8. What a beautiful rug Leslie. It looks lovely and perfect in a classic home like yours or in a French chateau. That’s what I call getting your moneys worth.

    1. Oh my gosh Mary, thank you so much for your kind comment. I hope that you join me tomorrow for Sunday Morning Coffee!

    1. Thank you Diana! I am loving these colors together! I appreciate you reaching out with your comment. I hope that you join me tomorrow for Sunday Morning Coffee!

    1. Oh Jean, I completely understand! My best friend is trying to figure out where she can put one in her home too! It really is so beautiful. I hope that you join me for Sunday Morning Coffee tomorrow!

    1. Wendy, I agree. I think it will look beautiful throughout the season! Thank you for reaching out with your comment. I hope you join me tomorrow for Sunday Morning Coffee!

    1. Hi Jean, you can search “paint colors” on my website and it will take you to a post that has all of the paint colors and brands for each room! I appreciate that you reached out. Have a great Sunday!

  9. I also love your dining room wall color. Would you please post color and brand. Your rug is lovely and wool rugs clean exceptionally well and last for years.

    1. Hi Anna, I am so happy that you reached out! You can search “paint colors” on my website and it will take you to a post that has all of the paint colors and brands for each room! Have a great Sunday!

    1. Hi Tammy, the color in my dining room is a bit unique because it’s a bit of a chameleon. Depending on what time of day and the light in the room, it looks different colors! Thank you for asking. Have a great day!

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