We’re sure you’ll agree that this DIY rug from In My Own Style looks amazing! Guests will think that you bought this from a high-end boutique, however this tutorial shows you just how easy it is to achieve this look.
Here’s another rug tutorial that both children and adults alike are going to love – cloud-shaped rugs! Lifeflix came up with this awesome project idea, so you’ll want to check out the tutorial to see how it’s done.
These burlap coffee bags are often thrown in the garbage, but Maiden Jane has turned someone else’s trash into her very own treasured rug. This tutorial will inspire you to make your own!
Here’s a fun rug that is guaranteed to be a conversation starter in your house. Make Zine has discovered how to turn a simple rug into an eye-catching maze. Practical and fun!
Here’s another nautical rug look which you’re sure to love. Martha Stewart has created this DIY woven rug project but added her own twist.
What child wouldn’t want a giant bunny rug in their room? Me Sew Crazy will show you just how easy it is to achieve this adorable project.
When it comes to crocheting your own rug, look no further than this article on Mollie Makes to provide you with inspiration, such as this black and white version – Fancy indeed!
Now you can take Cookie Monster from the television screen and place him right on your child’s bedroom floor. They’re going to love this DIY rug project from My Modern Met so much.
Did you know that you can even use your beloved Sharpie pens to transform a rug from blah to beautiful? Poppy Talk has done just that to create this Aztec-inspired look.
Remodelaholic has opted for a ‘color-in’ type project for this DIY rug, and doesn’t it look gorgeous? It’s truly as easy as finding a cheap rug you love and adding color to transform it into a masterpiece.
This chunky braided rug from Rubber Boots and Elf Shoes looks so cosy – it’s sure to add warmth to your space during winter! The tutorial shows you that it is not nearly as hard as it looks too.
Your children or infant will love playing on their soft and fluffy pom-pom rug! This is also a fun and quirky way to jazz-up any space in your home, so you’ll certainly want to check out Say Yes’ tutorial for this project.
Here’s some inspiration from Simply Notable – instead of crocheting miniature doilies, why not create a large one to use as a rug? Not a bad idea at all!
Whether you’re more of a fan of watermelon or lemons, The House That Lars Built has catered to either of your preferences with these 2 DIY fruit rug tutorials. These are idea for welcome mats, but can be made as full circles to also use in your home.
This chevron rug from The House That Lars Built is both eye-catching and elegant. The tutorial also shows you a step-by-step guide to achieving this look. Perfect!
We all know that donuts have become extremely popular in home décor this past year, but this DIY donut rug from The House That Lars Built has got to top the list of all donut-inspired projects!
If patterned rugs are your thing, then you’re going to love this bold and colorful DIY design from The Gold Jelly Bean! Who knew achieving this look could be so easy?
Get your old t-shirts at the ready, because The Wonder Forest has a great tutorial using these. This DIY project is circular in shape, so it puts a spin on this popular rag rug trend.
You’ll also want to dust off your crochet materials, because this pretty DIY rug idea from Tuts Plus is pastel perfection! What a stunning addition to any home.
Here’s another wonderful way to transform a plain rug – with plenty of patterns of course! Upcycled Treasures will show you how it’s done.
This shaggy rug from Urban Sleek Blonde looks extremely soft and comfortable – both of the things a rug should be! It’s also super simple to make.
You just couldn’t go wrong with this tribal inspired rug project from Vintage Revivals. Whether you create it for yourself or a loved one, someone’s home is going to be very happy indeed!
Get your masking tape at the ready, because it’s going to transform a rug into this work of art from We Lived Happily Ever After. Not only is this project eye-catching, but it’s also a great project to tackle over a weekend.
How great is this DIY plush bear rug from We Lived Happily Ever After? It’s the perfect home accessory for any playroom or kid’s bedroom, and they’re sure to love their new floor friend.
There you have it – We hope you enjoyed that round-up! Which rugs are your favorites? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below.