From square area rugs to round area rugs to oval area rugs, online stores like this London Persian rug supplierhave the right rug for your home.

Protect wood and tile floors or add texture and color to any room with small or large area rugs. Choose from natural sisal rugs, pretty patterned carpets, or trendy and retro shag area rugs to create comfortable and eye-catching décor for your floor.

Following are samples of area rugs—from steep to cheap—found through online retailers.

Karastan Area Rugs

On the expensive end of the range are the wool area rugs made in America by Karastan. The company’s website ( showcases a variety or traditional and contemporary styles, such as the Empress Kirman area rug sold at, see photo below. Made from 100 percent New Zealand wool, the Empress Kirman design is based on handwoven Persian, Turkish, and oriental rugs and seven sizes, ranging from 2’6” by 4’3” to 10’ by 14’.

Round Sisal Jute Area Rug

Achieve a natural look in any room with the Hand-Woven Sisal Jute Rug from (pictured below). The six-foot round rug features a light brown jute base with a dark brown cotton border and an anti-slip backing.

Braided Area Rug sells a 27-inch by 46-inch Colonial Mills Thimblerries oval braided area rug in three different color combinations, pictured below. Made of 50/50 cotton/polyester blend, the rug is also reversible to extend its life. Color combos are French Country (shades of blue and cream), Denim (blue, red, yellow, and green), and Sand (cranberry, green, and tan).

Peacock Design Round Area Rug

Strut your stuff with this peacock patterned area rug from The low profile, woven cotton rug is a bright blue-and-green attention getter and measures 60 inches round.

HandpaintedFloorcloth Area Rug

For a truly unique area rug, shop LizTales’s Etsy store for her handpaintedfloorcloths, which she designs and paints for a one-of-a-kind floor covering. One example is the Jewel Tone Striped Floorcloth, measuring 24 inches by 44 inches with multicolored stripes and white floral accents. All of the designer’s rugs are created on 100 percent cotton canvas primed and sealed on the front and back and then covered with a water-based coating for easy cleaning.

A very few area rugs are machine washable so care for your rug as you would wall-to-wall carpet. Vacuum regularly, taking care not to mangle the edge of the rug or any fringe in the vacuum’s rollers. Some manufacturers recommend vacuuming the underside of an area rug as well.