Complete Your Space With A Mohawk Rug

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Happy Monday everyone! Hope your weekend was grand! If you follow me on Facebook you’ll know I’ve been trying to wrap my head around the fact that the media is all over Christmas starting as early as November 1st.
We’ve completely skipped over Thanksgiving this year! Don’t get me wrong, I adore Christmas, but c’mon, time flies so let’s enjoy each holiday as it comes. Let us not forget to give thanks!

I, for one, have been busy planning my Thanksgiving feast and decor.  I’ve updated my kitchen by adding board and batten, painting my kitchen island and stools, and hanging new wall art.

To complete the look, today I’m so excited to show off my brand new Mohawk rug!

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Every time I walk in there, I get a little giddy!  I’m sure that feeling will wear off eventually, but I’m enjoying every second of it now.

When we started to update the kitchen and dining room space I was torn between painting the table or not.  I decided that in my efforts to lighten up the space, I could run the risk of losing the warmth and coziness that I love, so I opted to leave the table the dark walnut it is.  The problem was that the table and floors are too close in color.  It made the room look kind of stark and slightly drab.  I went on the hunt for the perfect area rug to break up the darkness, and complete the space.

I wanted something beautiful but durable enough to handle this very high traffic area.  Also, the rug should be dark enough to not show spills, which with young kids is very likely to happen under the table.  Mohawk has an amazing reputation for durability, is a trusted brand, and is Still Made In America, so I knew exactly where to go to find the perfect rug for my dining room!

I chose the gorgeous Zig Zag Stripe from their Emerald Collection.

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The vibrant blues and greens blended with the neutral browns and creams are just PERFECT for my dining room decor!

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This messy yet adorable little boy has already had his fair share of spills on the new rug.

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The rug cleans up nicely and in this perfect chevron pattern, you can’t even see them!

{He was also very useful in helping Mommy roll the rug out under the table}

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Mohawk Rug in the Dining Room via Chase the Star

What do you think??  Does it work with my decor or what?!

My friends at Mohawk have decided that having me show off my rug isn’t enough.  They want to give YOU the chance to win a Mohawk rug of your choice*!

The giveaway will run until Thanksgiving Day at 12 a.m. PST, so enter below and make sure to tell your friends!

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{Winner will receive a Mohawk rug up to size 5×8 and under $150 in value from the Mohawk Home site}

So tell me, which Mohawk rug would you choose if you won?

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Barbara is a lover of all things creative, simple, and budget friendly. Chase the Star began in 2012 as a creative outlet and to chronicle her DIY and crafty adventures. She is a working mom and wife residing in sunny Southern California.

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Comments

  1. says

    This looks like the perfect rug to have while raising a busy family. It’s fun but also looks like it would hide stains (like you mentioned), which is sadly necessary. :)

  2. Gail says

    When giving my room an update nothing works better than a new rug. For me its the focal point and I accent colors from rug throughout room for a splash of color.

  3. Cindy says

    Oh How i want and need one of these Rugs..am not on Hometalk or You Tube otherwise i’d hit those too! Good Luck everyone one~

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