A beach rug, in my mind, is colorful, casual, and if possible, somehow nautical in nature. It might be something you didn’t want to see all year round, but would love for the amount of time you spend at your place on the coast.
“August,” the turquoise, pink and orange square rug that may be in the list above or the one below when you read this, was designed to be a rug for a beach house in Kill Devil Hills, NC. Per its name, I selected the hottest colors I had in my stash and let them tell me what they wanted to be.
All of the nautilus rugs qualify as beach rugs. It’s just a matter of finding the colors that suite your taste.
The hand-knit rugs are washable. They can be tumble-dried or dried flat on a deck.
Here are some beach rugs that have found homes:
Any of these can be used as starting points for a rug made to your specifications. However, because the rugs are made from recycled tshirts (among other fabrics), they can never be exactly duplicated.