Published at Friday, October 05th 2018. by Sasha Fleming in Area Rugs.
The right area rug can help bring a room together. So how do you pick the perfect rugs for your home? Follow these simple tips? Let's start in the living room when it comes to size, the traditional rule of thumb is to measure the seating area and get the closest size up. So all the furniture legs will be on the rug but don't be afraid to break the rules. Smaller budget-friendly rugs can work to get a size that allows just the front legs to sit on the rug or try no legs on the rug.
On the other hand, to fill an entire room, go with a rug that will be at least two feet from walls and who says you have to settle for one rug, try a smaller rug on top of a larger one.Two different rugs can help define a sitting area. You can even use a rug over carpet just be sure to use carpet tape to keep it from moving and don't be afraid to use shapes other than a rectangle round.
Rugs are great for seating, vignettes, passageways and entrances in dining rooms. The rug should extend at least two feet beyond the size of the table on all sides. Kitchen rugs are helpful where you stand the most like in front of the sink or stove perfect spots.For runners, whatever style you choose, keep it about 6 inches away from the cabinets. A rug pad can help to keep it from slipping in the bedroom, treat the bed as a focal point measure it and get a rug that extends 24 inches on each side.
Unless it's against a wall go ahead and layer rugs to another tip runners on each side of the bed can provide a bit of visual interest when it comes to entry areas, the right rug will give a great first impression a rug, that's wider than the door Is the way to go, passageways are ideal, for runners make sure to have at least six inches of floor space on all sides when it comes to patterns. Complement the design of your furniture or curtains choose a subtle rug to help balance curtains with a bold design. It's also helpful to consider foot traffic when buying a rug, low pile works best in high-traffic areas and detailed patterns can help hide stains.
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