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I am in the heat of making another big purchase decision for our home – what rugs should I buy for the upstairs hallway and for our master bedroom? This post contains affiliate links for some rug ideas.

I know for sure, something neutral, either a little texture or a subtle pattern. I love neutrals because they are timeless and go well with any interior. Colors like gray, white, black, taupe, sand, and cream are always “in”. I prefer these colors because they also help keep a room light, bright, and add contrast to our dark flooring.

I am taking my time to make a decision for a rug because when people walk into our home they always say, “your house is so YOU.” I honestly think that is the best compliment ever and I want to keep it that way!

I’ve rounded up some of my favorite neutral rugs at various price points from West Elm, Overstock, and Wayfair. The rugs I’ve selected are contenders in my possible purchase list because they are the perfect color palette, have minimal unique designs, and seem durable (for the heavy dog traffic) & relatively easy to clean.

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This post contain affiliate links, which means that if you click one of the product links, I’ll receive a commission. Don’t worry, you won’t be charged anything extra. This just helps buy my coffee every morning and extra dog treats for Kenzo + Vik.

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