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Top 44 Rugs Projects

  1. 31. Pebble Stepping Stone (05:13)

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

  2. 32. Painted Sisal (03:16)

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

  3. 33. How To Add Wall and Rug Decorations to a Room

    This room's wall color gets some added depth, and the existing rug gets a paint facelift.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  4. 34. How to Paint a Canvas Rug

    Paint makes an artist's canvas rug possible, complete with a fun center design and vintage feel.

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  5. 35. Vibrant Vinyl Accents (02:00)

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

  6. 36. 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.

  7. 37. Create a fake rug effect (02:12)

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

  8. 38. Under-Rug Heating Pad (00:01:06)

    A rug heating pad helps warm a drafty bedroom and keeps toes toasty.

  9. 39. Basics on Deep Cleaning a Bath (01:00)

    Take a look at these tips for getting your bathroom ultra clean.

  10. 40. Antique Rag Rugs (02:22)

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

  11. 41. How to Make a Braided Rug From Old T-Shirts

    DIY Network uses old t-shirts to make a vintage-style braided rug.

  12. 42. How to Turn a Canvas Drop Cloth Into an Outdoor Rug

    DIY Network has instuctions on how to make an outdoor rug from a painter's drop cloth, paint and stencils.

  13. 43. 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...

  14. 44. Smart Strand Carpet (00:01:59)

    This carpet comes clean even after being in an elephant den for two weeks.

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