Area rugs come in all shapes and forms, and today the only option available isn’t the hand-knitted piece of oriental art so expensive you never would dare to actually lay it on the floor. There is different sizes to choose from, different materials, all corresponding neatly to the price you are willing to pay to raise your living-room standard from a run-of-the-mill TV-corner, into something with real ambiance.
You may think your home is too modern in design to match with a rug, as their often thought of as a classy complement to a more rustic style, but that is where you are wrong. The rugs of today are made to fit as a key ingredient in any interior decorators elaborate plans.
If your household is one prone to accidental spilling, with stains that mis-match your carefully planned interior design, maybe you are equally prone to think that a state-of-the art rug, beautiful as it is, just isn’t for you, at least not until the kids go away for college.
Think again, because the market has really seen a revolution when it comes to dealing with ugly stains of what used to be a more permanent character. You have a lot of good products targeted at preventing soils and stains from seeping into the core fabric of your rug to begin with, making them all the more accessible when it comes to getting them out.
You have treatments available that penetrates the root of the yarn, shielding it even after multiple rounds with the washing machine.
The Rug As A Political Statement
With discussions of global warming and peak oil, choosing an eco-friendly rug can be a highly stylish way of lending support to a more sustainable development. Material that is perfectly picked, in balance with mother nature, will only enhance the feeling of delight as you nestle in your weary feet in the soft fabric.
Shirt On T-Shirt
To dress in layers has been a fashion-oriented thing to do for a long time, so it is only about time the layering technique has reached the confines of your home. To put a rug over a regular carpet is no longer an interior no-no, it is even recommended. A well-planned layering will only add depths and character to a room.
Rugs In The Kitchen
Yes, it is possible and yes it will lift your kitchen just as it done the rest of your living area. In addition, a rug doesn’t necessarily need to be all serious and majestic, there is a lot of them with fun, playful motifs as well. The golden rule to go by is, that there is a rug out there to match your personality. So don’t settle for second best, since the best design truly is a design that tells your visitors something about yourself.
So remember that somekeyword are not to impress others with, they are there to express who you are!