We’re excited to bring you another great article from LilSugar, a fantastic source for mamas who want advice and news about everything from packing healthy lunches to mastering the art of stroller chic. This week, we’re featuring their 5 Kids’ Rugs Mamas Will Want to Steal.


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Every nursery needs a cozy rug. It brings color, pattern, and style into the space, provides a soft place for baby to lay and play, and keeps mom’s feet warm during those late night feedings. But buy one of the following five rugs for your lil one’s room and you might be tempted to steal it for your own. Not only are these children’s rugs from Land of Nod, Pottery Barn Kids, and more cute and colorful, but they’re also reasonably priced – all the more reason to stock up for the whole family.

Land of Nod Magic Carpet Rug ($99-$299)

While this Land of Nod rug doesn’t fly, it will certainly take your nursery decor to new heights. Available in five colors (lavender, khaki, blue, green, and pink), each of which is reversible, the 100 percent cotton rug is easy to clean. Choose from three sizes.

Dwell Studio Zig Zag Pink Rug ($350)

Dwell Studio’s woven rug comes in a graphic chevron pattern in soothing shades of pink, lavender, and taupe. The wool-and-cotton rug is 5 by 8 feet.

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Dwell Studio Rosette Blossom Rug ($550)

Made in extremely soft and sturdy hand-tufted New Zealand wool, Dwell Studio’s Rosette Blossom Rug is simply adorable. Need more proof? Check it out in this stylish nursery!

Serena & Lily Border Frame Rug ($299-$1,125)

Available in three pastel colors and three sizes, Serena & Lily’s Border Frame Rug is made of 100 percent cotton, hand woven in India.

Pottery Barn Kids Diamond Dhurrie Rug ($99-$479)

Pottery Barn Kids’ Dhurrie Rug comes in eye-catching pink or green and is made from a blend of New Zealand and Indian wool and cotton, making it superdurable. Available in three sizes.

Any of these rugs tickle your fancy?

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