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Top 43 Rugs Projects

  1. 1. How to Make a No-Sew Play Mat from a Canvas Drop Cloth

    DIY Network has instructions on how to make a kid’s activity rug using an inexpensive drop cloth and felt.

  2. 2. Woven Woolen Rug

    Designer Erika Knight shares her designs for a lovely rug made from leftover chunky wool.

  3. 3. Picking Out An Area Rug

    Choosing an area rug can be confusing, since there are so many types available. DIY’s decorating diva Nancy Golden offers some ex...

  4. 4. Create a fake rug effect (02:12)

    Need something to jazz up your living space? Paint a faux finish! Here's how.

  5. 5. Woven Woolen Rug (04:25)

    A woolen rug is a great way to use all your leftover yarn scraps.

  6. 6. How to Paint Carpeting

    DIY Network shows you how to save money by turning plain carpeting into a custom area rug.

  7. 7. Antique Rag Rugs (02:22)

    Learn the history of and necessary TLC for antique rag rugs.

  8. 8. Make a Remnant Rug (03:38)

    Create your own bold and beautiful contemporary rug with carpet remnants.

  9. 9. Pebble Stepping Stone (05:13)

    Learn how to make a rug from pebbles, a perfect gift for the backyard.

  10. 10. Soothing Rustic Bathroom (00:03:08)

    A copper tub and a gas fireplace add soothing warmth to this rustic bath.

  11. 11. Pay Attention to Bold Details (00:01:00)

    Add attention-grabbing features to make a kitchen renovation stand out.

  12. 12. How to Paint a Cottage-Style Sisal Rug

    DIY Network shows you how to bring bold, beachy style to your home by updating a plain rug with hand-painted nautical stripes.

  13. 13. 6 Easy DIY Rugs Projects

    DIY Network has ideas and instructions for handmade rugs, bathmats and runners.

  14. 14. Painted Sisal (03:16)

    Learn how to design your own colorful sisal rug with paint and stencils.

  15. 15. Vibrant Vinyl Accents (02:00)

    Create decorative rug or patio-table topper using scrap vinyl floorcovering.

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