Visit NW Rugs and Furniture in northern Beaverton for the best home decor in Oregon! Discover our huge inventory in countless styles — purchase furnishings for an entire room or a single piece to add your signature. Whether you’re shopping for kids rugs or sophisticated furniture, we have it all in one place.
Discover our showroom today! We’re conveniently located between the Sunset Highway and Willow Creek Greenway. Pair up with a knowledgeable associate and find that ultimate accent piece. We make interior design easy!
Avoid the ordinary with over 2,000 stunning rug styles to choose from, modern or traditional. We invite you to experience why NW Rugs and Furniture is Beaverton’s favorite destination for original home decor!
We specialize in creating beautifully crafted home furnishings, guaranteed to set your living space apart. Built in Hickory, North Carolina, you have to see these inspired pieces in person to fully appreciate them. Visit our Beaverton showroom today!
Grant Family - 5 Stars!
Dealing with Magic was a fun and helpful experience. We would gladly work with him again if the need ever arises.
Hanauer Family - 5 Stars!
We were very pleased with all of the attention we received at NW Rugs, especially from Rick. There were such a huge selection of beautiful rugs, in many price ranges. After speaking to Rick and telling him what we needed; color theme, fabric content, size, he showed a nice selection and the exact rug we were looking for! He made the process easy and enjoyable. Looking forward to our free delivery!
Liden Family - 5 Stars!
We had a terrific buying experience at NW Rugs. Our next rug purchase will definitely be from the NW Rug store in Beaverton!
Riley Family - 5 Stars!
I have had a great experience. Rick is great to work with.
Bach Family - 5 Stars!
Good service. Cameron was super helpful.
Placing the correct size rug in your space is as important as choosing the right color or pattern. A rug that it is too small will shift the balance of the room unfavorably. A rug that is too big, especially in open floor plans, may put the area designations off. There are a few rules of thumb, but a picture says it better. Use these handy guides by Interior Designer Lisa Ferguson to make the best choice.