Defining your room’；s style is all about layering in a perfect balance of texture， color and pattern.？To get you inspired， we’；ve paired six of our rugs with great fabric？combinations. Imagine applying these fabrics to bed pillows， throw pillowsfunny standard pillowcases， curtains or bedding.？Or pull from the color scheme for wall paint， vases and furniture. Your options？are endless.
A traditional rug？doesn’；t have to define your space. Add in updated prints and colors pulled from？the rug for a wonderful eclectic look.
1.) Carlson Rug2.) Claire Gray3.) Felicity Spa4.) Lorenzo Charcoal5.) Bark Twill6.) Danish Linen Oatmeal7.) Natural Microfiber， Bark Twill， Indochine？Stone
Pair a single oversized？pattern with smaller scaled prints for balance. We love the overall warmth of？this palette.
1.) Turin Rug (Tan)2.) Small Black Check3.) Samara Spice4.) Small Toffee Check5.) Cheetah6.) Caramel？Twill
Punch up a neutral rug？(or furniture and walls) by mixing in color and a playful print， like our？classic Cheetah. We pulled hues from our floral and striped patterns to round？out the palette.
1.) Natural Braided Jute2.) Crimson Twill3.) Moroccan Stripe4.) Cheetah5.) Cotswald Berry6.) Cheetah
Pick up secondary？tones in a patterned rug， as we did here with Toffee Check and Latte Velvet， to？use in accents around the room. Layer in more patterns to make things？interesting.
1.) Tahira Rug (Ivory)2.) Toffee Check3.) Latte Velvet4.) Ashford Paisley5.) Cheetah
Keep a monochromatic？color scheme interesting with great patterns that play well together and fabrics？with tonal texture， like our Scandicci Gray.
1.) Indochine Ikat Stone2.) Toscana Ikat Slate3.) Lorenzo Charcoal4.) Asha Pewter5.) Danish Linen Tea6.) Scandicci Gray7.) Panthea Rug (Gray)
The oversized pattern？of our Alhambra Rug commands attention. Keep smaller scaled prints in the same？color palette and choose supporting solids to bring things down to earth.
1.) Alhambra Rug2.)？Malabar Gray3.)？Claire Gray4.)？Ophelia Gray5.) Paisley Matelasse
One of the most expensive parts of a makeover for a kitchen, bathroom or laundry room renovation is the countertops. Instead of breaking our budget on the vanity in our powder room, we opted to do DIY countertops. We wound up going with a super cool concrete overlay using the same technique we used on our DIY fireplace. I had no idea if it would work on a vanity and in a sink, but it totally did!Westill LOVE it, and it was PERFECT for the look I wanted. But when I was doing research, I was floored by all the amazing DIY countertops out there! SO many talented bloggers have come up with budget friendly options and tutorials. This list is the best DIY countertops around the web–you are sure to find the perfect one for whatever room you are working on!