• Several different fibers within a rug or high and low pile areas can add depth and dimension to your room’s design.
• Rugs made of sisal, sea grass or jute can add an interesting textural element to hardwood or tile floors.
• Don’t limit yourself to rectangles. Ovals, circles and octagons can add symmetry or a unique design twist to a room’s decor.
Select a rug that coordinates with your decor. Remember the colors in the rug don’t have to match the colors within the room, but at least one color should coordinate. Color is necessary and, without it a home can look lifeless. Vibrant patterns and colors can strengthen the look of almost any room. Although it can seem simple enough, adding color to a plain room isn’t always easy. An addition of a bright area rug can offer a welcome reprieve from neutral design schemes. If you want an area rug that conforms to your room’s general appearance, then you may want to opt for neutral tones and designs that blend with your existing decor. A textured shag rug is also a great option as a backdrop for you furnishings.
Be it contemporary or traditional, both styles account for your self-expression and taste. Geometric patterns are best suited for modern settings, whereas traditional floral patterns are the ones you can use to enhance the vintage style of the old world. When mixing patterns, it is important to remember that either the color or the pattern should be in sync with each other. This helps to create cohesion within your decor.
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