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Stylish, Budget-Friendly Outdoor Rugs

Dani Caruso
By Dani Caruso

Show off your style outdoors with an area rug that only looks expensive. Now that things are heating up outside, it’s time to decorate your exterior living space. Weather-proof furniture and decor can add up quickly, but here’s something guests don’t have to know: cheap, attractive outdoor area rugs do exist. We’ve already shown you where to find affordable rugs for your interior, now you can take things full circle with a beautiful mat that will withstand the changing weather. Prices shown are reflective of standard 5 x 7 rectangles.

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Global Stripe Outdoor Rug – Threshold™

This striped fringey rug makes the perfect foundation for outdoor entertaining. Need a little more color? There’s other options available.

Target, $69.99

Ailani Gabbeh Field Faded Indigo Indoor/Outdoor Area Rug

Stye a chic outdoor living space with this faded boho pattern.

Wayfair, $118.99

Coral Coast Mudcloth Outdoor Rug

This modern mat will make your patio cozier and more contemporary.

Hayneedle, $79.99

Ombre Sketch Indoor/Outdoor Rug

This terracotta rug makes a great choice for any exterior; also available in blue, onyx, and peacock.

Frontgate, $119.20

Amalfi Charcoal Indoor/Outdoor Area Rug

Personalize your patio or deck with this stunning rug that’ll stay in style all year round.

All Modern, $74.99

Griffeth Beige Indoor/Outdoor Area Rug

Even as the temps drop, this Southwestern-esqu rug will keep things warm.

Joss & Main, $127.99

Safavieh Courtyard Tahoe Gray/Black Indoor/Outdoor Area Rug 

These geometric shapes will add modern appeal to your outdoor space.

Lowe’s, $94.98

Palm Leaves Green Indoor/Outdoor Area Rug

This rug will bring tropical vibes to your yard, no matter the location.

The Home Depot, $59.98

Black And Cream Reversible Indoor Outdoor Rio Floor Mat

A fun pattern like this will make for a more inviting exterior hangout.

World Market, $19.99 for 4 x 6 or $39.99 for 6 x 9

Dani Caruso
Dani Caruso By Dani Caruso
Dani is House One’s assistant editor. As a Norwalk, CT native, Dani graduated from UConn with a BA in Digital Media and Design. This millennial longs for the days of All That, Tamagotchis, and Dunkaroos. When she’s not working, she’s hanging outdoors, playing with her dogs, or watching makeup tutorials on YouTube.

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