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Country area rugs

"Country rug" can be a broad term. Generally, it refers to the primitive styles of early America and country life. Because manufactured materials were hard to come by for early settlers and homesteaders, many people made do by recycling what they had. This led to widespread adoption of braided rugs and hooked rugs that reuse scraps and industrial materials like burlap. Today, they are still popular with people looking to bring a down-home look to their modern houses.

Some of the most common country rugs are braided rugs. While early versions were usually made with recycled scraps of cloth, today they are made with a variety of materials including wool, cotton, and other natural materials like jute. Meanwhile, the tradition of using recycled material is still alive and well in braided chindi rugs.

Hooked rugs are another popular form of country rug. Originally, hooked rugs were made by pulling yarn or fabric through a stiff base material like burlap. They would have a variety of designs including floral patterns and scenes of everyday life on the farm. Today, hooked rugs are often commercially produced and still very popular for their charming look.

Whether you own a farmhouse or are simply trying to emulate the rustic charm of country living, country rugs are the perfect addition to your home. Rugs.com has a large collection of country rugs available. Browse our online store to find the perfect rug for your country home.