One of the questions I get asked over and over again is about our jute rug in the living room and how soft it is. For a natural fiber rug, it’s one of the softer ones I’ve come across. Easy on bare feet and not scratchy. It’s a chenille/jute blend which helps with that. But, would I want to lay down and take a nap on it? Probably not.
If you saw last week’s post about the girls’ bedroom, you may have noticed I switched out the striped rug for a more natural one there, too. It’s this chenille jute one from PB Kids and feels like a soft carpet. Like soft enough that you could lay your face on—if you wanted to. . . It’s great for their room since they’re often on the floor, anyway, but could be a great option for a living room, too.
I like that it gives you the texture of a natural area rug but has a subtle pattern:
I ordered the gray border, but it also comes in a navy or pink banding. The biggest size offered is an 8×10—something to consider if you’re thinking of using it in a family room. (I did a post here on how to choose the right rug size for your room.)
Hope this helps for any of you looking for a soft natural rug option.