Area Rugs. Saturday , December 09th , 2017 - 22:40:12 PM
All area rugs can be applied over any type of floor covering. If you’re building or remodeling, consider insetting the rug in the tile, marble or wood floor so you have a flush floor throughout, with no fear of tripping over the rug corners.
Among the rooms within your house, the living room is perhaps the most common area, where you can throw in an area rug. Your choice rug does not only cover the floor, it also makes the space seem brighter and wider. The colors and patterns of the rug are capable of providing different effects within your house. You can make your living room look more formal or more cheerful depending on the design or tones of the area rugs. If you want to make this part of your house seem bigger, refrain from buying rugs that have huge patterns. On the other hand, do not put in a rug with small patterns to your huge living room. This will only make the area seem cluttered. If the lighting of this area is dark, make it bright and sunny with colorful rug colors like yellow and orange.
In order to successfully blend multiple area rugs with bold patterns, there are important details to keep in mind. First, be aware of where a rug’s pattern repeat begins and ends. Lay several of the same style rugs out flat on the ground. If the repeat starts and ends in the same portion of each rug, this means they will match up seamlessly once strung together. On the other hand, if the pattern repeat is inconsistent among several of the same rugs, it’s best not to use it. A few styles that are usually simple to match up include: plaid, stripes, zigzags and large-scale botanicals.
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