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antique rugs in the bathroom

Emily Oster

We were given a really beautiful 2' x 3' antique rug and, until recently, I had it placed at our front door. The problem was it just looked sort of tiny and unimpressive in the space. 2' x 3' rugs are challenging in that they are too small for most spaces. With rugs, you generally want to size up so a 2' x 3' can be hard to make work. I tried ours in different spaces around the house without much success UNTIL I moved it to the bathroom. Then it was WOW! Our bathroom is rather boring with contractor grade finishes but putting our vintage rug in there instantly gives the room more depth. It also is the perfect piece to build the room around. I am thinking new vanity, fixtures and mirror, hang some art and old hooks and then paint the built ins a shade of blue. Below are some examples of antique rugs in bathrooms that are serving as my inspiration. Happy Monday!

from top left - home of Beth and Chris Collier via Garden & Gun - home of Amber Lewis via DOMAINE - via Studio McGee - via Sarah Richardson Design - via REMODELISTA - source unknown - home of Sheryl Crow via Architectural Digest - design by GP Schafer Architects - via Hooked on Houses

from top left - home of Beth and Chris Collier via Garden & Gun - home of Amber Lewis via DOMAINE - via Studio McGee - via Sarah Richardson Design - via REMODELISTA - source unknown - home of Sheryl Crow via Architectural Digest - design by GP Schafer Architects - via Hooked on Houses