The Target Rug That Looks Way More Expensive Than It Is

If you’re seeking to add a little color to your living room, but don’t want to commit to paint or investment furniture like a couch or table, try a rug on for size. Yes, the beauty of these home decor marvels is that they can be easily swapped in and out of your space — and don’t need to cost an arm and a leg. In fact, you can get your hands on a stunning area rug for less than $100 — and give your home the perfect pre-spring upgrade.

Yes, these days, top brands are putting some skin in the rug game, and handing out some bargains to boot. Everyone including Target, Wayfair, Anthropologie, and CB2 are offering affordable throws that look way more expensive than they are, and run the gamut in terms of aesthetic.

That means no matter your decor style, there’s a cheap rug with your name on it. Into the minimalist look? Try a simple stripe or art deco pattern against a muted or neutral color palette. Like a more bohemian, earthy vibe? Try a woven masterpiece in a tan or taupe hue or in warm sunset shades. And if you’re more of a vintage-lover, go with a soft floral throw that will add antique vibes instantly.

To help you get on board the magic carpet ride, ahead, you’ll find 10 gorgeous area rugs that look beyond luxe — but won’t cost you more than $100.

If you've got a lot of beige and ivory happening in your living room, a little teal would work nicely. For a vintage feel, try gold accents via coffee table, vases, and statement chairs.

If you're room could use some whimsy flair, pom-poms are the way to go. This woven fringed rug is fun without being overly childish or youthful.

While one's mind typically gravitates to square or rectangle area rugs, never underestimate the power of a circular rug beneath a sofa or coffee table.

For those who love a little touch of vintage this rug delivers the look, sans the price point. Paired with a tufted rug and Tiffany lamp and you've got yourself a class act of a room.

If you're a minimalist who wants to keep things, er, minimal, try going the texture route in lieu of color. This woven rug has a touch of metallic that's subtle but glamorous.

Nothing's more romantic than a bouquet of flowers, but that doesn't mean you have to get real ones. Go floral with a tufted floral rug that boasts soft pastels. Isn't it romantic?

Into the '70s trend that's sweeping the fashion world right now? Take it to the living room, with a funky, yet sophisticated shag rug.

For those with an artsy sensibility, this art-deco rug delivers all the vibes — with a side of fringe.

Have some fun with shapes with this hexagon-printed rug that lends a touch of whimsy to any living room.

Looking to try out Pantone's Color of the Year in your home? Put some Living Coral into the mix via this stunning area rug.