Fish, Trains & Other Cute Decor for your Nursery Floor
[caption id="attachment_3114" align="alignnone" width="284" caption="Pink & Blue Round Baby Nursery Area Rug"][/caption] [caption id="attachment_3115" align="alignnone" width="284" caption="Train Area Rug for a Boy's Room"][/caption] [caption id="attachment_3119" align="alignnone" width="284" caption="Fish Bowl Rug for a Boy's Room"][/caption] Looking for cute décor for your nursery floor? Check out JustAreaRugs (with the cute tagline: “We’ve got your floor covered”). They carry a nice selection of rugs for your baby’s room or kid’s room from trusted brands such as Momeni, Chandra Kids, Kaleen, and Capel. Even better, they have free shipping on orders in the US (and on orders above $500 to Canada). And, even better than that, they have a 30 day money back guarantee AND no restocking fee. How is that for great service? For something simple and sweet, we like this pink rug shown in Tea Rose. It is a braided rug made out of chenille with garden colored soft rose pink, baby blues, and mellow greens to bring color depth to your baby girl’s nursery. Capel rugs have been around for more than 80 years and they pride themselves on the colors and vivid details in their beautiful braided area rugs. This rug is reversible so if it starts to show its wear, just flip it over. We also love, love this fish themed rug in a gorgeous rich ocean blue – such a stunning piece for an aquarium, fish themed, or ocean themed boy’s room! Notice how the rug incorporates the roundness of a fish bowl that serves to soften the angularity of the rug? Brilliant design by Chandra Kids! Finally, this cute train themed rug of hand-tufted New Zealand wool also from Chandra Kids is of lovely soft muted blues and greens. We think it would look especially cute with our personalized train wall decal in a baby boy's room. For other cute rugs for your baby nursery or kid’s room, see these cute kid’s room rugs from Giggle and this hippo themed rug from BlissLiving.
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