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If you're looking to spruce up your home for the New Year, the easiest way to do it is with a great new rug. Not only will it add a cozy touch; it can completely transform the look and feel of any space. While rugs are usually on the pricier side, now is the perfect time to buy one, as Amazon is having a major sale on hundreds of stylish options — we’re talking discounts of up to 83%! You can choose between intricate Moroccan woven rugs and classic jute pieces, or opt for a quirky pick like this funky runner that looks like a $100 bill — the No.1 bestseller can be yours right now for a mere $20! No matter what your preference is, there’s a great rug deal for just about everyone. Browse through our nine faves below and shop the entire sale here.
Who would have thought you can decorate your home with money? This printed rug is all about the Benjamins! Made from a durable blend of cotton and polyester, this bestseller comes in a variety of different sizes, and shoppers say it stays put, making it ideal for high-traffic areas. Even better; it’s machine-washable.
This gorgeous rug comes in 17 different prints and 12 different sizes, so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding an option that perfectly suits your aesthetic and room size. The rug itself was loomed in Turkey using an ultra-soft polyester material and it has a cotton backing to keep it in place. Oh, and it's 74% off!
Maybe a quirky and cute round rug is the decor solution you're seeking. Check out this stylish paisley 4-foot option from Safavieh that’s just $40 right now — that’s a whopping $69% markdown! This low-pile number is stain-resistant (aka a great option for homes with kids or pets) and made with sturdy non-shedding fibers to withstand regular vacuuming.
Give your laundry room a makeover for less than $20 with this adorable runner. We love the checkered border around this black and grey option, but there’s a variety of other styles and colors to choose from if you prefer a simpler or brighter design.
Nothing says 'timeless' like a great jute rug, and this Safavieh option is currently 66% off. This popular choice is handwoven with thick, sustainable, durable jute fibers and comes in 41 different sizes! While it looks fantasic on its own, it’s also a great base to put another, bolder rug on top if you like the layered look.
This stain-resistant rug comes in 17 sophisticated color palettes that will look good in just about any home. Shoppers say the power-loomed piece is incredibly durable, while some recommend adding a rug pad underneath for added comfort and durability.
How pretty is this Moroccan-inspired shag rug? This plush accessory will add texture and intrigue to any room. Thousands of shoppers are fans, with one writing “The quality, softness and color are perfect for what I was looking for. The price is awesome, and it is easy to vacuum. The rug has enough thickness to it to make it soft to walk on or sit on. I have gotten a ton of compliments on it, and it brought my whole room together.”
Who says rugs are just for the floor? Give your stairs a refresh with these non-slip stair treads. They'll add warmth to bare staircases and help muffle your family's tromping from floor to florr. Each one is made with a durable nylon pile, making it great for high-trafficked stairs, and has a non-slip backing to keep it in place.
Take a walk on the wild side with this stylish leopard-print rug. Opt for a classic grey or beige animal print, or go bold and choose the bright pink or blue patterns. “This rug is beyond adorable! It was the perfect accent to a black-and-white bedroom,” raved one five-star reviewer.
It wasn't another five-set capitulation but the result was the same, with Greek star Stefanos Tsitsipas enduring another grand slam failure at the hands of Novak Djokovic.The 24-year-old's long wait to win his first major continued after Djokovic stormed to his 10th Australian Open crown, taking Sunday night's title decider 6-3 7-6 (7-4) 7-6 (7-5).
The British government is partly to blame for the Grenfell fire that killed 72 people in 2017 as building regulations were deficient and could be exploited by developers in a way that was unsafe, housing minister Michael Gove says.In June 2017, Grenfell Tower, a 23-storey social housing block in west London, was destroyed by a fire started by an electrical fault in a refrigerator, Britain's deadliest fire in a residential building since World War II.
An emotion-charged Novak Djokovic is savouring the "biggest victory" of his life after claiming a record-equalling 22nd grand slam singles crown with a near-perfect 10-out-of-10 Australian Open final triumph over Stefanos Tsitsipas.Djokovic preserved his aura of invincibility on Rod Laver Arena to see off Tsitsipas 6-3 7-6 (7-4) 7-6 (7-5) in a briefly competitive but ultimately anticlimactic championship decider on Sunday night.
At least 10 children have been killed when a boat carrying religious school students capsized in northwest Pakistan.About eight students were still missing while seven injured had been taken to hospital, according to officials in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province where the accident took place.
Graham Arnold is set to re-sign as Socceroos coach through to the end of their 2026 World Cup campaign.Football Australia will hold a press conference in Sydney on Monday afternoon with chief executive James Johnson and "one other" person, where Arnold's new four-year contract is expected to be announced.
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has fired the chairman of his ruling Conservative Party Sunday over a "serious breach" of the ministerial code.Pressure had been building on Nadhim Zahawi amid allegations he settled a multimillion-dollar unpaid tax bill while he was in charge of the country's Treasury.
Coach Dario Vidosic says gun playmaker Rhianna Pollicina wouldn't be out of place in the Matildas after she steered Melbourne City to a 1-0 win over Adelaide United.Pollicina's beautiful strike in the 54th minute proved the difference at AAMI Park and kept City firmly in the A-League Women premiership race.
Australia allrounder Cameron Green is racing the clock to be fit for the first Test in India as he recovers from a broken finger.The towering Western Australian had surgery after being injured in the Boxing Day Test against South Africa.
Tunisia has opened polls for run-offs in a parliamentary election that drew only 11 per cent turnout in the first round last month, a result that critics of the president said undermined his claims of public support for sweeping political change.With political parties boycotting Sunday's vote, most candidates are independents and attention is likely to focus on whether there will be higher participation than there was in December.
Rio Tinto will launch its own investigation into how a highly radioactive piece of equipment went missing somewhere over a 1400-kilometre stretch of Western Australia.It comes as authorities also launch their own probe and begin to comb parts of the roads for the capsule, which is smaller than a 10 cent piece, between the WA desert mine site and Perth.
More than 40 people have been killed after a bus fell into a ravine and caught fire in the southern Pakistani province of Balochistan.Forty-one bodies had been recovered from the wreckage, some burned beyond recognition, district police officer Israr Umrani told Reuters on Sunday.
Kings Cross "icon" Aunty Rosie Whittaker has been farewelled at a memorial service in Sydney.A member of the stolen generation, the local personality died in December aged 61, having become renowned as a friend up and down the inner-city strip.
Usman Khawaja will head to India full of confidence after helping Brisbane Heat past Melbourne Renegades by seven wickets in their BBL knockout final at Marvel Stadium.Australia's Test opener blasted 59 from 43 balls on Sunday night as the Heat secured victory with seven balls to spare in the Renegades' first BBL final for four years.
The Sydney Kings have survived a late scare to seal top spot on the NBL ladder with a 111-106 win over South East Melbourne Phoenix at Qudos Bank Arena.After leading at every change on Sunday - and by as many as nine points in the fourth quarter - the Kings fell behind with little more than a minute to play before holding their nerve in the clutch.
Brisbane Roar blew a golden opportunity to strengthen their A-League Women finals hopes, limping to a 3-3 draw with the Wellington Phoenix.The Phoenix looked to be heading for another defeat when Kate Taylor was sent off and the Roar raced out to a 2-0 lead inside half-an-hour at Brisbane's AJ Kelly Park.
Fast-finishing South Korean Min A Yoon has become just the third female golfer to win a mixed-gender event on a recognised professional tour by claiming the TPS Victoria title on the Mornington Peninsula.Min holed out from a greenside bunker for an eagle three on the par-5 16th at Rosebud Country Club on Sunday to move ahead of Australian James Marchesani and into the outright lead at 24-under.
Adelaide coach Carl Veart has lamented the lack of on-site ambulances at A-Leagues matches in Victoria after midfielder Juande suffered a horror lower-leg injury in the Reds' 3-3 draw at Melbourne City.Juande was injured when he and City's Florin Berenguer challenged for the ball in the 66th minute at AAMI Park.
The Australian university sector has welcomed a snap Chinese government ban on citizens studying at foreign universities online.Universities Australia chief executive Catriona Jackson said the move would encourage some 40,000 Chinese students to return to Australia but warned there would be logistical hurdles.
Barbora Krejcikova has paid tribute to Judy Dalton and 'The Original Nine' after she and Katerina Siniakova defended their Australian Open women's doubles title.The top seeds accounted for Japanese first-time finalists Shuko Aoyama and Ena Shibahara 6-4 6-3 in Sunday's championship decider at Rod Laver Arena.