Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Crushing on IKEA Stockholm Rand Rug

There's nothing wrong with my living room rug.  It's neutral, and just the right size.  It hides cat puke stains well.  (If you are a kitty parent, you know what I mean.  Dog parents, don't be grossed out.  Your pets do weird things too.)  But ... as The Mr. likes to remind me, I am never happy with one thing for too long.  (Except him, of course.  We're going on 15 years!)


When there's a fun, graphic rug for such a great price, why not think about making a change?

IKEA Stockholm Rand rug - $349 for 8'2" x 11'6"

It's frustrating that the rug is only available in-store, since the nearest IKEA is a couple hours away in Cincinnati.  But I just so happen to be planning a trip to Cincy in a couple weeks, so the rug is back on my radar.

Here are some views of the rug (or a similar, but more expensive version) in-room:

via Design Attractor

Nate Berkus Design via The Glam Lamb

via Dwell

via Decor Pad

Robert & Cortney Novogratz via CasaSugar

via Houzz

As you can see, the rug blends in with so many different spaces.  And $349 for a rug that would fill my whole room is a steal!  Perhaps I better call the Cincinnati IKEA store to ensure they carry it before I get my hopes up.  Oh, and perhaps I better mention it to The Mr.  Or maybe not.  He's not into changing things up just for changing things up like I am.  Luckily he humors me most of the time!

What do you think?  Should I go for it?

Hollie

4 comments:

  1. Love it!! Been eyeing that one for ages as well. And yes, I know what you mean about kitty puke!! Mine seems to only do it on the pale rug in the guest bedroom. Nice.

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  2. I say go for it. I kind of want it now, too! It would look great in my dining room.

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  3. I LOVE that rug. I too, am not happy with things for very long and like change. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment about my stripes! I'm a perfectionist too (or maybe not) but when it came to the stripes, I didn't want any issues. I have helped 3 friends with theirs too, and no issues yet. The key is "sealing" the tape with the paint color you already have on the wall. I don't have ONE SINGLE spot where it bled under the tape. That's right - PERFECT stripes. I found lots of tutes on other blogs - don't procrastinate any longer - it's SO worth it. Thanks again for stopping by, and I hope you stop by often :) I'm going to go dig through your site now, looks like fun !!
    Chris @http://frecklefaceathome.blogspot.com/

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  4. Hi! Just found your blog and LOVE it. I'm your newest follower. :) Anyways, I live about an hour and a half north of the Cincy IKEA. Just went last week with my sister and, FYI, I don't think we saw that rug there. Boo! I was bummed cuz I love it too. I've read on other blogs that that particular rug is illusive, that people have never actually seen it in an IKEA store. I sure hope you can get hold of one though. Would definitely look great in your space.

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