Rugs with the signature Moroccan blend of color, line, and texture help bring global style to your home turf.
Our traditional rugs are a tasteful combination of centuries-old motifs and modern, easy-care materials.
The perfect combination of style and durability, our jute and natural fiber rugs bring home effortless sophistication.
With a higher pile and irresistible softness, shag rugs make every step delightful.
Bright and beautiful, bohemian rugs bring the perfect carefree splash of color and pattern to your room.
Make it modern! Give your space an edgy look with these abstract and fresh designs.
From toddlers to teens and every age in between, spark their creativity with these rug finds.
Bring indoor style to the outdoors with these beautiful waterproof designs.
Finding Your Perfect Rug Size
For smaller areas we recommend a 5’ x 8’ - 6’ x 9’. The front of the rug should rest a few inches in front of your sofa. If you are placing the rug under a coffee table, make sure that it can accommodate all four legs of the table.
Larger rooms typically require a rug that is between 6’ x 9’ - 8’ x 10’. Place the front legs of the sofa on top of the rug. If you prefer, all four legs may also rest completely on the rug surface. Leaving a space of 18"-24" on all sides of the rug will create a border to frame your living space.
If your current set up features furniture floating in the center of the room, we recommend at least a 9’ x 12’. An equal amount of floor space (between 12” - 18”) should be left on all sides if possible. All furniture should sit completely on the rug surface without looking cramped.
Strawberry Cobbler meets Granola Bar. It comes together in a moist & slightly chewy, delicious granola bar that sure to please even the of pickiest eaters!
One of the most requested things that I get requests for is quick & easy breakfast ideas…. and bonus points when that breakfast is portable for busy mornings on the go. And, maybe – just maybe – we’ll throw a few extra bonus points for the flavors being an extraordinary flavor experience because many of us know that the make-ahead breakfast options out there can get a little boring.
So, that means bonus points all around, right?
It also means that I think these delicious Strawberry Cobbler Granola Bars the bees knees. If you make them, I just know you will agree.
It’s like a moist strawberry cobbler meets a granola bar, falls in love, gets married, and then well – you all know how the birds & the bees works people. Although, I’m not quite sure the same rules apply to food – but for the time being, we’ll just pretend that they do. Capeesh?
You can make this as healthy as you like. You can swap out the oil for melted coconut oil. You can use a sugar substitute. You can use any kind of milk you would like. Any berry can be used. So enjoy!
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