Moroccan Influenced Rugs from FLOR

Moroccan influenced rugs have been all over the design blogs and shelter mags for a while now, and it’s safe to say that the trend isn’t going away anytime soon. Thank goodness, because I love it! My favorites tend to be white or cream-colored rugs though, which aren’t the most practical choice for a busy home. Luckily FLOR has gotten in on the action with their latest line.

  • Moroccon Inspired Rugs from FLOR 1 of 7
    Moroccon Inspired Rugs from FLOR

    FLOR carpet tiles are modular, letting you create the rug size of your choosing. Spill or stain a section? Pick it up and wash it, or replace it. Easy peasy! That's why I'm so excited about this new line of theirs.

    Click through to see the full collection.

  • Rustic Rhythms Rug 2 of 7
    Rustic Rhythms Brown Rug

    Such great texture. Available in brown (shown), taupe, or gray.

    From FLOR, $24/tile.

  • Familiar Chorus Rug 3 of 7
    Familiar Chorus Brown Rug

    Bold striped sections mismatch in a charming piece-work fashion. Available shades of in brown (shown), taupe, and grey.

    From FLOR, $26/tile.

  • Mellow Mood Rug 4 of 7
    Mellow Mood Cream Rug

    Here's a nice subtle (and plush) choice. Available in cream (shown), taupe, and grey.

    From FLOR, $24/tile.

  • Jitterbug Memories Rug 5 of 7
    Jitterbug Memories Cream Rug

    An updated take on chevron, all mixed up (and looking fantastic.) Available in taupe (shown), brown, and grey.

    From FLOR, $28/tile.

  • Laid Back Groove Rug 6 of 7
    Laid Back Groove Rug

    Sometimes a hint of a stripe is just what you need, right? Available in black, taupe, and brown.

    From FLOR, $26/tile.

  • Vintage Vibe Rug 7 of 7
    Vintage Vibe Cream Rug

    My favorite of the bunch! I can just see this gorgeous cream rug in my living room now…

    From FLOR, $28/tile.

• Nicole Balch writes daily about living a stylish life and transforming the so-so on her blog, Making it Lovely. Catch up with all of Nicole’s other Family Style posts right here on Babble.

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