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Outdoor rugs for summer 2024

June 12, 2024

Seven outdoor rugs for summer 2024

It may not be too hot and sunny yet, but full summer is around the corner, meaning it is time to think about outdoor rugs. With so many options on the market for performance rugs, here is a selection of seven stylish outdoor rugs. 

If you are looking for an antique look for outside, how about Castle Porcelain Blue byTemple Studio. Made of PET yarn in India, the rug is suitable for covered outdoor use.

Terra, Yabu Pushelberg’s current collection for Warp & Weft just won an award at ICFF, but the firm’s previous collection Grid included the stylish handwoven polypropylene Frame Mini, for use inside and outdoors

Le Fil Vert collection by Carlotta Fortuna for Amini is an outdoors rug series made of recycled PET

Released in 2023, Thibault van Renne’s outdoor collection of rugs and matching furniture has outstanding performance as well as being 100 per cent recyclable.

Colour is always key at Designers Guild, which can be seen in this 100% PET outdoor rug Mahakam.

Maison Leleu’s impressive Cosmos rug is now available in PET.

The Toulemonde Bochart x Noel Marinho collection revealed in January 2024 includes Tandeta, a flatwoven rug in PET. 

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