Like the French mariniere shirt, the striped rug is an outdoor living essential. For adding a graphic note to a neutral patio, here are our 10 favorite striped rugs in weather- and fade-resistant fabrics.
Above: The Catamaran Ivory & Navy Striped Area Rug by Dash and Albert Rugs ranges from $47.72 to $550 (depending on size) at Wayfair.
Above: From Serena & Lily, the Hamptons All-Weather Rug is inspired by the flat-woven dhurrie, in a weather-resistant polyester; prices range from $117 (for 5 by 7 feet) to $695 (for 8 by 10 feet).
Above: Restoration Hardware’s Perennials Bold Stripe Outdoor Rug in fog gray acrylic is resistant to mold and mildew, fading, and weather; from $155 to $2,795 depending on size.
Above: The Chevron Outdoor Rug is woven from recycled plastic and coated with UV protectant to prevent fading; $58 for the small size, $70 for the medium, and $148 for the large at Terrain.
Above: The clean-striped Veranda Outdoor Rug in lime and ecru is a low pile rug of hand-hooked polypropylene; from $35 to $495 depending on size at One Kings Lane.
Above: Nordic Nest’s Woods Rug in black is made in Sweden from plastic and polyester; $124 for the 27-by-59-inch size at Scandinavian Design Center.
Above: The Concentric Cabana Stripes Indoor-Outdoor Rug is made from polypropylene braided in concentric rectangular stripes; from $78 to $928 depending on size at Garnet Hill.
Above: The All-Weather Recycled Stripe Outdoor Rug (shown in blue and gray) is made of water-resistant, recycled PVC; from $175.99 to $2,335 (depending on size) at Restoration Hardware.
Above: The optical Andros Outdoor Rug in navy ranges from $19 for a doormat size to $349 for an area rug at One Kings Lane.
Above: Made of yarn-dyed cotton, a Tonal Flatweave Rug is rated for indoor-outdoor use and comes in two colors–blue (shown) and natural–and four sizes; at prices ranging from $39 to $499 at Williams-Sonoma.
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