It’s time: here’s the new crop of Target indoor outdoor rugs and there are some beauties this year! I’m dusting off this blog post because these rugs move fast – if you anticipate buying a new patio rug, act now. Target indoor outdoor rugs are so popular because the designs are top-notch and very affordable. The best ones sell out quickly, but there are still hundreds of styles to choose from!
If you love her rug, these are somewhat similar options. Here’s a navy striped outdoor rug and here’s a fun graphic rug.
There’s something magical about a new outdoor rug. It just perks up the patio, doesn’t it? Outdoor rugs are the best because you can often just hose them off when things get messy. Many of these will sell out as spring turns into summer, so you might want to plan ahead if you’re in the market for a new rug. Target indoor outdoor rugs are among the best available – don’t miss your shot!
Target Indoor Outdoor Rugs
Here’s the perfect opportunity to go with a bold design and transform your space – indoors or out. Years ago, I bought this outdoor rug from Target, which lived on our back porch for a summer. Then I moved it to my office and later on, to our living room, where our dog monitors the squirrels. It’s held up beautifully; even the tassels are still perfect!
These indoor outdoor rugs also work really well in kids’ rooms and playrooms because they are tough and spill-resistant. If you don’t need something plush, consider how nice it will be to have an easy-to-clean rug with a fun design in your high-traffic spaces.
This is a quick post because I’ve just pulled together all the Target brand rugs that appear to be in stock and available. Check out the new designs, which I’ve grouped by style.
Also. Make sure your search filter is set to show “Target Brands” or you’ll see more expensive, non-Target rugs that they sell online. It should look like this:
Traditional and Transitional Designs
Most of these are from the Threshold line, one of the Target house brands that skews traditional. I think they aim for timeless design, so most Threshold items work with a lot of styles. Although the banana leaf rug is very popular and pretty bold, not exactly a neutral choice. Maybe it’s an example of buyers choosing a fun rug because these are so affordable. Scroll to the right to see more.
Boho, Southwest, Moroccan
These are typically in the Opalhouse and Jungalow lines at Target, but Threshold Project 62 have a few as well. Love fringe, tassels, or a graphic southwestern design? You’re in luck.
Mid-Century and Geometric
Project 62 is the primary mid-century design line at Target and they do bold black and white designs so well. There are also plenty of more subtle geometric patterns. Some of these have southwestern flavor, too, but I kept them here for the big geometric design category.
There you go! If you’re in the market for a new indoor outdoor rug, I hope you find something fun here. Have a great week, everyone!
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Do indoor/outdoor rugs work well for entryways? Muddy boots and all?
Hmmm, indoors or out? I would make sure everyone is trained to leave super muddy boots outside and use a coir rug to scrape off normal dirt. I think the benefit to these rugs is that most can be hosed off, but I would read the care instructions first. I think the rugs made with more plastic, woven strands are easier to clean than the ones that look like traditional tufted rugs. Also, if they are advertised as patio rugs (like the ones from Target), they should be able to withstand some dirt. I’m about to try this layered rug situation for the first time, so I might feel differently if my boys destroy the rug. Let me know if you buy one and feel otherwise and I’ll update this post! Thanks, Brit!