For high foot traffic zones, the washable rug is a game changer. In the kitchen, entryway, or children’s spaces, these cotton or synthetic rugs are designed to crunch up into your home washing machine. Here are our 10 favorites.
N.B.: Cleaning synthetic material in the washing machine can create micro-waste pollution. Installing a washing machine filter such as
Filtrol, PlanetCare, or the Girlfriend Collective Microfiber Filter work for washing large textiles such as rugs. For small textiles such as clothing, we like the ease of the Guppy Friend Washing Bag.
Above: From Joinery in Brooklyn, the Cru Rug White Cotton is designed in Los Angeles and woven in Minas Gerais, Brazil by the Joinery weaving collective. The rug is designed to be washed on a cold, gentle cycle with mild detergent followed by air drying.
Above: The Lorena Canals Tribu Washable Rug in Natural is made of recycled cotton; $229 to $399 depending on size available at The Tot.
Above: The West Elm Kids Boho Washable Rug Light Gray is made of polyester and designed to be washed and hung to dry; $80 for the 3-by-5-foot size to $250 for the 5-by-8-foot size.
Above: The Revival Running Washable Rug in Butter is made of flatwoven cotton; $129 to $329 depending on size at Revival.
Above: The Lorena Canals Gelato Reversible Washable Rug, shown in green, is $259 to $375 at The Tot.
Above: The Ruggable Serenata Rug in Ash Grey is $89 to $619.
Above: From Lorena Canals, the Bereber Washable Rug in Bereber Rhombs is $575 at Lorena Canals.
Above: The simple Natural cotton Under the Bough Rug is $60 to $175.
Above: From Tumble, the Living Tabor Washable Rug in Natural/Ash is $99 to $379 at Tumble.
Above: The Hook & Loom Solid Medium Grey Flatweave Eco Cotton Rug starts at $22 to $198 for a large runner at Hook & Loom.
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