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10 Beautiful Green Rugs That You Can Use Outdoors

After we showcased you the blue color rugs, now its time for another color. Green is a color associated with nature, spring and the outdoors in general so it makes sense to incorporate it into the design of your deck, patio or terrace in one way or another. There are lots of different ways to do it and some are obvious while others are less common and that’s what makes them interesting. A green outdoor rug could potentially look really cool so let’s check out a few designs and options.

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Green is a perfect color for an outdoor rug that has a botanical print. We really like this design because it’s quite simple and the pattern is abstract yet still very suggestive. There are five other colors to choose from in case green wouldn’t match your setting. Like all the other outdoor rugs featured in this list, this one is machine-woven of polypropylene, stain-resistant and available in a variety of sizes.

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This is another beautiful botanical print, a stylish and versatile design that can look lovely out on a patio, surrounded by greenery and with some comfy furniture around it. The combination of soft green and ivory is a very pleasant one and it has a soothing effect on the area around it. It’s easy to incorporate this design into a variety of different scenarios and decors.

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Designs such as this one stand out and as such this would make a lovely addition to any modern deck or patio and would also fit into a variety of other contexts. One detail that stands out here is the color palette. Different shades of green are mixed in with some yellow and beige and that adds up to a really nice and pleasant pattern.

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If you’re looking for a green outdoor rug but you don’t want a specific pattern or a print on it, check out this model. It’s a very beautiful shade of dark green but it’s also softened by the smooth transition into light gray and ivory towards the center. The colors blend together beautifully and they also have a natural and organic feel which is perfect in this context.

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Something simple and basic can look amazing too, like this stylish green rug for example. This is a very soft and light shade of green with small hints of yellow and beige here and there. That prevents the rug from looking too flat and having a single solid color and adds interest to the design while also keeping it simple.

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Here’s another beautiful design to add to the list of stylish botanic-themed rugs. This one has a really nice and organic pattern of beige tree branches on a light green background. The contrast is soft but strong enough to highlight the stylish pattern without being too bold. This color scheme is quite close to neutral which adds versatility to the design.

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Stripes are such a classic pattern and they also add a refined and elegant twist to any design, including that of this lovely outdoor rug. The stripes are arranged in rows to create an offset pattern and that adds a bit of dynamism to the design. You can get it in six different sizes, including a round version of the same design.

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This trellis design is also a good fit for any outdoor area. The rug is stylish and simple which means it wouldn’t overpower the decor but at the same time it would stand out just enough to complete it. You can pair it with some light-colored furniture and other accent pieces for a soothing and relaxing look.

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The timeless beauty and elegance of striped patterns is showcased here in the form of a beautiful outdoor rug. Green and light gray stripes alternate and cover up the entire surface of the rug from edge to edge. This combination of nuances is beautiful, soothing and goes well with lots of other color palettes, making this outdoor rug really versatile.

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If you can’t decide between a plain and simple design and a detailed pattern, why not have both? This rug has it all. Its center is a simple green rectangle and there’s a big border around it with lots of details and a traditional pattern. The combination of green and gray is subtle and doesn’t put a lot of emphasis on the contrast between the colors or the actual pattern.