There is no better way to bring glamour and style to a summer home than with a blue contemporary rug as proved by the 11 chic interiors in today's post. A designer rug is a major investment and it is important to choose one that will be in fashion for years to come. The best way to ensure your rug doesn't become dated is to look for rugs that combine both traditional and modern elements. It is also important for the rug to have a balance of cool and warm colors as this will make it easy to pull together all the colors in a room.
A blue contemporary rug with gold accents complements a lacquered dark green desk and pulls together gold, blue, red and purple accents in the room. The sophisticated rug creates an enlivening contrast with the colorful graffiti on fabric covered walls. Designer Phillip Thomas calls this room in the 2016 Kips Bay Decorator Showhouse, “Lady Lair” . He designed it as a stylish and multi functional refuge for the woman of the house.
The Pera Oushak Rug 3207TG combines cool blues and greens with warm golds and browns.
Rug Design © Asmara, Inc.
A textured cobalt blue contemporary rug adds vibrant energy and yellow pillows add warmth to the living room of a Rhode Island house designed by Tom Scheerer.
A boldly patterned cobalt blue geometric rug adds movement and pulls together blue and white fabrics in the living room of a Port Clyde, Maine house designed by Suzanne Kasler and architect Les Cole.
Ascot Oriental Rug 8126CB is handmade with handspun wool and can be ordered in custom sizes and colors. Rug Design © Asmara, Inc.
A custom blue contemporary rug evokes ocean waves in the dining room of a house in the Quogue community of Southampton designed by Amanda Nisbet. The wave motif is carried over to the drapery trim. Warmth and contrast is added by red accents and a bright purple velvet settee placed along the wall.
A blue contemporary rug with a repeating ogival pattern adds pizzazz to a blue and white bedroom in a Montecito, California house designed by Mark D. Sikes. A dark red coffee table and yellow lampshade add warmth. Mark told Veranda, "This home defines my style."
A blue contemporary rug in a pomegranate Samarkand pattern complements a Chinoiserie wall panel and gold and red accents add warmth in the living room of a 1930's Spanish Colonial house in Dallas designed by Cathy Kincaid.
The Kirov Oriental Rug 8104 003 is made by hand with handspun wool and can be ordered in custom sizes. Rug Design © Asmara, Inc.
An intricate blue and white geometric rug contrasts with large scale blue floral motifs of the sofa fabric. Pink flowers create pop and black and cobalt add depth to the living room of a Beverly Hills home designed by Mark D. Sikes.
An aqua and blue Oushak rug pulls together blue and red fabrics and a dark wood ceiling adds contrast in the living room of a Missouri cottage designed by Rhoda Burley Payne.
A pale cream, gold and blue Oushak rug brings a feeling of softness and luxury and creates a contrast with weathered floor boards and blue sea in the open plan living room of a Southern California beach house designed by Ohara Davies-Gaetano.
A softly colored cream and blue Oushak rug creates a feeling of style and comfort and contrasts with dark wood dining chairs in the dining room of an Alabama home designed by Phillip Sides. Plaster tracery on the ceiling adds a traditional element.
A aqua geometric rug evokes the sea and orange pillows add warmth to the family room of a Greenwich, Connecticut house designed by Ashley Whittaker.
The Adelphi Oriental Rug 6556UG. has blue, aqua and blue-green accents on a cream background and is made by hand with handspun wool. Rug Design © Asmara, Inc.