Q&A: Where can I find large cheap rugs to go in my apartment?

May 8, 2011 by
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Question by LILMAMAZ: Where can I find large cheap rugs to go in my apartment?

Im going to be moving into a small one bedroom in a few weeks but the whole place is tile flooring. There is no carpeting at all.(its what I can afford) but anyway I wanted to know some suggestions on rug types and good places to purchase them. Im also going to be having a baby in 2 months and I know this tile is going to be cold so i need some suggestions on rugs that will help with some vinillation. By the way im in the bay area california so places out here would be helpful!

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Answer by phoenixheat
Costco and WalMart.

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9 Comments on Q&A: Where can I find large cheap rugs to go in my apartment?

  1. I don't know on Sun, 8th May 2011 12:50 am

    the “large cheap rug store”

  2. BIGG AL on Sun, 8th May 2011 1:18 am

    costco , wal mart , home depot , loews .

    most local carpet stores will also have these larger area rugs .

    good luck in the new place !

  3. Cosmos on Sun, 8th May 2011 2:14 am

    How about IKEA? They have pretty rugs and their price is right.

  4. sadistdave on Sun, 8th May 2011 2:59 am

    Most towns have stores that deal in overstocked goods or surplus. In Kansas City, there is a chain of Builders Surplus stores that sell everythink from rugs to lumber to toilets. I doubt they are a national chain, but thats the sort of store you’re looking for. They sell most items at 40-60% of retail cost.

    Another idea would be to make your own (depending on your budget and decor). I once made a fun fur rug for a friends 70’s style living room for less than $25. I’ve seen handpainted rugs made of canvas, backed with neoprene, that can add a nice personal touch if you have any artistic ability.

    -SD-

  5. shel_bels02 on Sun, 8th May 2011 3:54 am

    Those people that sell rugs on the side of the road. They are HUGE and not very high.

  6. cowgirl on Sun, 8th May 2011 4:03 am

    Menards, Fleet Farm; I’m sure all the big home improvement stores have them too. Also Pamida, Shopko, etc.

  7. britgrit on Sun, 8th May 2011 4:29 am

    Check out the remnant section of large carpet retailers. I have found runners and various “leftovers” from quality flooring jobs

  8. Lucy62777 on Sun, 8th May 2011 5:14 am

    Try Ikea.

  9. raina_susan on Sun, 8th May 2011 5:58 am

    you can get it from any carpet stores. try out in india/dubai

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