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More about Black

Black rugs are extremely versatile and elegant, whether small or large. This yarn was originally made by using undyed black sheep wool, which was rarer than white wool. Black rugs also can be acheived through a variety of types of natural dye, like sumac leaves, walnut hulls, carbon, or even the roots of an iris flower. Black is such an easy color to style because it's at once modern and traditional and fits with just about anything. Black area rugs are naturally refined, which makes them ideal in living rooms or dining rooms, or high traffic areas, because (added bonus) they also hide dirt or wine spills better than any other color. Black Persian rugs are also excellent for living rooms or dining rooms, as their classic designs never go out of style. Shag or Moroccan rugs are a nice way to incorporate a lively texture and celebrate the beauty of the natural wool without overwhelming your room with color, since black rugs feel inherently balanced and grounded. Black runners are super striking and add a chic element to a hallway, entryway, or kitchen. You can find a black rug that will look good with any style of decor, from classic to contemporary to bohemian to a mix of all three. These rugs also look good with many different color schemes: able to hold their own against bright colorful decor, or complement a more neutral palette. They truly look good with any color, including more black! Finding a black vintage rug can be tricky, since they can sometimes fade to gray over time and after sun exposure, but if you look for vintage rugs made with natural black wool you might have better luck. Our favorites are a mix of black with other colors, because the black accents adds a really nice line to it, defining the color better. Black is incorporated in some of our favorite geometric designs and motifs as well: stripes, checkerboard, and pictoral.