Why does one room gets pinned 25,000 times and another 5 times? Perhaps these 7 living rooms with designer rugs from the pages of House Beautiful magazine each of which has been pinned many thousands of times will give us some clues.
1. Aqua and White
An aqua and white rug, white sofas, aqua green pillows and blue-green walls evoke the sea in the living room of a Southhampton, New York Beach house designed by Kim Coleman. 25,400 Pins.
2. Chocolate, Tan and White
A cream, beige and brown Oushak rug adds refinement and pull together chocolate walls, tan sofas, white trim and crystal chandelier in the living room of a 1905 Edwardian house in San Francisco designed by David DeMattei and Patrick Wade. 24,700 Pins.
3. Cream, Beige and Brown
A cream, beige and tan plaid rug and brown, tan and cream upholstery makes this living room in a coastal California home feel warm even on a cloudy day. It was designed Suzanne Tucker. 15,300 Pins
4. Blue, Green and White
A blue, green and white striped rug and sofa upholstered in an oversize hounds tooth pattern creates a graphic elegance in the living room of a Southhampton, New York house designed by Marshall Watson. 13,800 Pins.
5. Blue, Cream and White
An abaca rug adds texture and warmth that compliments the calming blue and white color palette in the living room of a Savannah row house designed by Lynn Morgan. The moldings were painted a glossy white and the lithograph is a David Hockney. 12,600 Pins
6. Gray, Green and White
A green lucite and glass coffee table pops against a pale gray rug and and gray upholstery in the living room of a Florida house designed by Marshall Watson. 12,200 Pins
7. Cobalt Blue, Gold and Gray
A cobalt blue and gold geometric rug and mirrored glass coffee table add pizazz and compliment a blue velvet sectional in the living room of a New York apartment designed by Phoebe and James Howard. 12,100 Pins.
All room images courtesy House Beautiful.