Chevron Painted Rug

Chevron Painted Rug

Chevron Painted Rug
Chevron Painted Rug
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Transform a boring and plain rug into a trendy piece of home décor with this paint craft idea. This tutorial shows you how to paint a rug with the always-chic chevron pattern. Add dark or light paint décor to just about any carpet you have to add a pop of color to your entryway or any other room in your home. In order to properly paint an indoor rug, make sure that you use the right type of paint and give it plenty of time to dry. You wouldn’t want your friends and family to step on your newly-painted Chevron Painted Rug.

In the Designer's Words: "A lovely chevron rug that can infuse a lot of style and a pop of color into every room that is placed! You can paint it whatever paint you want. Just use your imagination :) That way you will transform your boring old rug to a beautiful and spectacular one by painting chevron stripes. The preparation will take about one hour of your time. Besides, it is an easy to make and budget-friendly project."

Plus, if you love fun painted patterns check out the video below to see how you can customize your own pillowcase!

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniquePainting

Difficulty LevelEasy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Olympic Semi-gloss latex paint- 2 colors (white and turquoise)
  • Printed chevron patterns from vinyl according to your rug's size
  • Rug
  • Brush


  1. Paint the rug using the white paint

  2. Let it fully dry

  3. Using your chevron patterns paint the rug with the other color

  4. Let it dry

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