Published at Thursday, October 11th 2018. by Carrie Hurley in Area Rugs.
When we got to the dining room we thought we need to add a rug under our table which led to layering rugs. I why would you ever want to stack your eyes? Well, the reason we did it is that it really our house is open, so it really defines the space okay. This is the dining room. We were able to add color with it and it really provided a texture that we didn't have over the tile and we even save money in the process now believe it or not.
You can save money by layering rows. Okay, first of all, when you are wanting to get your rug, so you want to know what size you need and so you're gonna get your tape, measure and measure it out. Then you can put masking tape on the corner so that you can really visualize the size you need in your space. So then, you want to make sure that your table or your chairs in your sofa, your bed, whatever fits entirely on the right for us since we're doing it doing it in our dining room. We wanted our table to fit on there and our chairs so that when you set up the table, you are half on the rug and half off there right now that you have the size of your rug figure it out it's on to choosing your base rug.
Now, to take a lot of the guesswork out of the base rug, you can choose a natural fiber rug like a sisal or a jute rug by choosing a more neutral base. It allows you to go a little bit more bold or another pattern on top. So when I mentioned earlier about saving money by stacking rugs, rugs are relatively pretty cheap for the size of the rug. You can get so by saving a little bit of money on the larger base rug. You can spend a little bit more money on your top rug say those are really cool.
You like a bid to drug or kill rug, something you like you can afford to buy it. Maybe a little a smaller rug. Is your top rug because you're gonna put it on top of a bigger rug? So overall kinda gives you so that big impact we're saving money by buying a smaller rug? Also, don't choose a too hot pile of rugged. You have it too thick. Is your base? Rug and you put your top one on it - it's gonna be like it's swallowing it up.
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