Create extra comfort with these 40 kitchen rugs
It does not matter if you have tiles, hardwood or marble, you want to add a plus somewhere in the kitchen to keep those feet cozy. Near the island or the sink, place some plush under your toes where you do your job and add some texture. Create extra comfort with these 40 kitchen carpets below!
This Chindi recycled cotton rug is the perfect complement to your unusual, eclectic kitchen. It adds color, texture and has a trendy, lightweight chevron print woven everywhere. And this special design is only available on the world market.
Here’s a good option for pushing next to the sink for an extra bit of cushion under your toes while you wash dishes. This “homemade” mat by Target is a perfect match for vintage, country atmosphere and blends seamlessly into your country kitchen. It definitely brings the right comfort to the room.
If you want plushy texture then you should try this curly shag design. It gives your chic kitchen a luxurious yet relaxed taste and maybe even a delicate, feminine touch. Place it near the island, make the preparation of the dinner more comfortable or go between the kitchen and the breakfast nook.
Another woven rug that is versatile and effortlessly fits in all types of kitchens. This Home Depot Fund is made of 100% cotton. This is also a chindi rug hand-woven by artisans on a loom. Each of these types of rugs is unique, yet comfortable and inviting to any room you place it in.
Add flowers to the kitchen! It’s perfect for traditional or cottage-style spaces. And this particular design has a memory foam support that makes it super soft under your feet while you’re standing, cleaning the dishes or preparing for dinner.
Trellis prints are trendy and blend in with all styles of living styles. They are always good with neutral tones, but why not choose a rug with a touch of color to add personality? And that’s microfiber, a great piece near water.
Give the kitchen a little European flair with this bistro-inspired mat by Frontgate. It is upholstered for comfort and it is the perfect option for those with a love of wine. Luckily, it’s a nice mix of style and function.
Take a look at this zigzag rug from Kirkland. We can imagine this design in a neutral, modern kitchen. The pressure makes it a trendy choice, but it’s also a timeless addition that you can not go wrong with.
A runner could also be the best choice. This striped gray rug by Williams Sonoma could be your answer to spice up the space between the kitchen island and the oven. It separates itself from parquet or tiles with comfort and personality.
We like this cotton rug for our more industrial spaces. It has a simple but angular feel and a bit of masculinity for the kitchens, which are a bit darker and less sensitive. Rag rugs will never really go out of fashion, and that’s twice as much when it comes to the kitchen.
This fruit wedge rug is a traditional choice. It will glide in family houses and make a warm and inviting complement. Cottage, farmhouse, country and even some rustic styles can welcome this design.
Black and cream with a texture and natural flair, this Safi rug will help you to make a statement. If you are looking for something that creates a bolder, more contrastive style, then you should take a look at this aspect. Luckily it’s also a versatile print and color combination for different decor genres.
The color trio is trendy, gray, yellow and cream and the delicate print helps to give the kitchen femininity and balance. It is happy, it is optimistic and even a good option to change designs for spring. It is also dirt-repellent and therefore the perfect choice for the kitchen.
We are in love with this flower cashmere embroidery rug from World Market. The intricate patterns inspired by folk art make for a super fun addition to the kitchen. But also one that speaks of cultural uniqueness and interest.
Here is another traditional selection when it comes to the kitchen. This fits well with wood cabinets and family-friendly barley baskets. The braids help with comfort and you can get this particular design in a variety of subdued colors.
This tufted rug is perfect for a room that offers more space to entertain. Whether you place it in your open kitchen or use it to fill the space between where you cook and where you eat, it’s pretty much the beauty. And it’s creamy tone to fit all kinds of styles.
Here’s another mat that you can put in front of the sink or island to keep your feet comfortable and comfortable while you work. This time it has a vintage vibe with extra “postcard” pizza. Put it in your Victorian or cottage-inspired room.
The Persian carpet trend is on fire, and that includes cooking in the kitchen. We love these fun prints and wild colors that add pop and personality to your workspace! It really adds a new layer of style to the area.
We love this woven rug Cali by Urban Outfitters. It’s subtle, romantic, trendy-forward and easily placed in a light wood or white kitchen with all the eclectic little things we’ve fallen on. This geometric print, made of wool and cotton, can go from rustic to modern pretty easy.
Why not pop into the kitchen with this Anguilla rug by Target? The red and dark blue print will definitely arouse your interest in your room without becoming fussy on the counters. It’s also an indoor / outdoor design, which makes it weatherproof, which means it’s resistant to all spills in the kitchen.
For a more natural look, try this Restoration Hardware jute carpet. We love its texture and glide easily into any kind of space. From the farm to the vintage, it will fit exactly.
An orange surprise can be what you want to crown with your kitchen. This crossover print from Kirkland adds a whole lot of personality and seems a fitting choice to end this area of the home. His warm tone will welcome everyone inside.
This sola rug by Jayson Home is made from a blend of cotton and wood and a favorite of personality. A subtle yet trendy pattern and neutral shades made it a romantic and easy choice. You just need a more open kitchen to do this one job.
And now we have another braided style that we can fit in a variety of kitchens. Its tone makes it elegant and chic, while its simplicity makes it a timeless style that is able to remain altered through the interior as well.
This Walmart Country Garden Rug is just another delightful example of what you can involve in your kitchen as you transform the space into something more traditional and cottage-like in spirit. There is a bit of color and comfort in this design.
We fell for another personal favorite out of the heap. This design, which we found at Apartment Therapy, is an example of what completes a dream kitchen. An aztec braided rug in a watercolor look that feels soft and soft under your feet.
This runner adds some color and unique texture to a room that is otherwise unseen. We love this beautiful example of a clean, modern kitchen and the artistic quality that a rug can bring. Whether blue, pink or purple, this trend works!
If you want color but need to go with a more modern design, this multicolored block runner will do the trick. Keep them clean and smooth, without moving away from personal touch. There is so much personality and fun in this!
With this Moroccan beauty of anthropology, it is difficult to get involved. That too needs a kitchen with more space and flooring. This little blue in a neutral room will do so much without going overboard.
Here is a nice example of how a simple streaker easily fits into your kitchen and completes its overall look. It is both functional and trendy. And breaks up the parquet floor, which arouses interest.
One of the most unique designs, this round, plaited rug is all in this room. Texture and eclecticism are two things that go hand in hand. Do not be afraid to make a big statement in this kitchen.
If you change mats and rugs to change seasons, add a few lemons for spring or summer. You have a little color, an allusion to Mother Nature and comfort under your toes. And you can find this simple design by Target!
A colorful oriental rug that you find on a chance trip to a flea market could be your answer to your dreary kitchen problems. Here is another example of how a unique rug can be placed in a larger room and finish the look with ease.
We also fell in love with this neutral Aztec rug. If your kitchen table and kitchen workspace are two-in-one, break it up with a texture on the floor, as you can see here. You can see, modern, slim and trendy by choosing the right design.
Abstract, neutral rugs are also the perfect choice. We especially love this because it is romantic. But it’s also simple, which makes it easier to mix everything from vintage kitchens to more modern ones.
But if you still want an abstract look with color, you can find these types of designs. Just look over this chic blue rug from Overstock! It will be like a work of art for the floor.
The gray rug Cella by Jayson Home can lighten dark wood floors. This design is made of jute, which is why it has a natural quality that is so good for the kitchen. And another funny fact, it’s also reversible.
This bandana printed rug is one of the funnier designs of the group. It comes in a coral and gray tone too. But we can not imagine that this spreads to the clean floor in your kitchen and how beautiful it opens the room.