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We are always told to look up and out, but why do we undermine what is right below our feet? Outdoor rugs are suited to drier climates where wet conditions and humidity can be avoided. This promotes the outdoor rug as durable and low maintenance. In hotter climates, this also prevents the risk of burned feet!
Outdoor rugs for your homeOutdoor rugs are especially useful because they can handle wear and tear from children and pets, in addition to having the flexibility to be used indoors.
If your garden is dirt, grass and tarmac, then an outdoor rug is a great asset to exteriorising the interior. The home is in the garden also, and a durable, hardwearing outdoor rug will be great to add some aesthetic and provide some comfort for your family and friends for social times.
Let’s take a look at the origins of outdoor rugs and the most popular, common and useful styles.