Natural fiber rugs are a great choice when decorating with a coastal theme. Natural materials just remind me of dune grass and beach sand. These rugs have a great casual beachy vibe. While there are many rectangular natural fiber rugs available, I especially love how the round rugs are used. Think beyond rectangular, round might just be the dynamic touch your coastal room needs!
Designer Phoebe Howard uses a round natural fiber rug in a Florida condo. Via Coastal Living.
Here the same round rug is the perfect solution for a sunroom, featured at Coastal Living. It's the Dandelion Round Jute Rug from Armadillo&Co, an Australian based company that ships worldwide.
I spotted a chic fancy version at Sarah's Beach Cottage. This model though is no longer available, but their Flower Weave is somewhat similar. Both rugs are made from hemp.
Round jute rugs at Serena and Lily are available in three different sizes, starting at 5 feet in diameter. There's only a slight design difference in the center of the rug. Natural fiber rugs can be made from jute, hemp or sisal. The fibers come from different plants. Hemp has longer fibers and is softer than jute. Hemp has been used to make twine and textiles for thousands of years. Sisal has the ability to stretch, is durable and resists deterioration even in salt water.
Small round natural fiber rug in a nautical bathroom. Via Houzz, featured here.
The simple round jute rug from Pottery Barn is a great look as well. For more selections, you might want to try Amazon and Ebay.