Looking for an easy way to elevate a space that doesn't require a complete interiors overhaul? A geometric rug is a surefire solution, guaranteed to add just the right amount of interest without taking away from the rest of your decor. In essence – fulfilling the fundamental duty of a rug and tying the room together. Scroll on for five of our favourite geometric rugs at the moment, which will liven up your home with texture, depth and pattern.

Nordic Knots Mosaik Rug

Handcrafted in small batches from beautiful New Zealand wool, Nordic Knots' Mosaik Rug is designed to last a lifetime. The understated geometric mosaic pattern epitomises the brand's signature Scandi-style classic-meets-contemporary aesthetic.

ZigZagZurich Gunta Rug

This striking rug was designed for ZigZagZurich by Sophie Probst and Michele Rondelli, who drew inspiration from Bauhaus design and the work of German textile artist Gunta Stölzl. The combination of wool and bamboo silk results in a luxuriously soft feel and exceptional durability.

Hem Large Grid Rug

This rug was designed for Hem by Belgian designer Sylvain Willenz as part of his 'Scribble' textiles series. With its relaxed and undulating geometric lines, it pays homage to the imperfection of hand drawn lines. Beyond its good looks, it's impressively sturdy, having been ethically crafted in India from thick, hand-tufted European wool.

Swoon Niki Jones Concentric Rug

Handmade by skilled craftspeople in India from 100% New Zealand wool, each of Swoon's rugs are one-of-a-kind designs that will bring a unique touch to your interiors. The bold concentric pattern offers just the right amount of statement, balanced by the subdued steel and ecru hues.

Soho Home Maxwell Rug

Drawing inspiration from mid-century design, this monochromatic geometric rug from Soho Home will add a modern touch to any interior scheme. Hand-tufted in India, its contrasting high-low pile lends it a unique texture.

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