Have you seen Ruggable's last-chance deals? Here are the 9 rugs this editor has their eye on

Best known for their stylish, machine-washable rugs, Ruggable's deals are too good to miss

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Rugs are one of the quickest and most impactful ways to refresh an entire space, no matter your style – but they can often be quite an expensive purchase. Enter Ruggable's last-chance deals.

So why is this so exciting? Well, Ruggable has revolutionized the way we think about rugs in high-traffic areas. Thanks to their innovative two-piece system, which includes a lightweight rug cover that can be easily removed and machine-washed, you don't have to sacrifice style for practicality. With designs ranging from modern to farmhouse to traditional, there's a Ruggable rug to suit every aesthetic, and for a limited time only they're offering some really great seasonal deals.

Here, I've curated an edit of the 9 most covetable Ruggable rugs that stand out for their bold designs, trending collaborations, and versatility to help you take advantage of Ruggable's sale.

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9 of The Best Ruggable Deals

These rugs are suitably stylish, water-resistant, stain-resistant, and machine-washable – and on sale!

How To Clean Ruggable Rugs

If you're wondering how to clean a ruggable rug, the answer couldn't be simpler. In fact there are just 4 easy steps. Unlike cleaning a carpet without a machine, Ruggable rugs don't require any scrubbing on your hands and knees. They can be easily tossed in the washing machine and cleaned as you would your regular laundry.

1. Remove the rug pad - Ruggable rugs are made of two parts, the rug pad and the rug cover

2. Wash the rug cover in the washing machine with a gentle detergent

3. Dry naturally

4. Clean the rug pad by hand

Charlotte Olby
Style & Trends Editor

Charlotte is style and trends editor at Homes and Gardens, and has been with the team since Christmas 2023. Following a 5 year career in Fashion, she has worked at many women's glossy magazines including Grazia, Stylist, and Hello and most recently worked as Interiors Editor for British heritage department store Liberty. Her role at H&G fuses her love of style with her passion for interior design, and she is currently undergoing her second home renovation in Surrey - you can follow her journey over on @olbyhome