Published at Tuesday, 22 August 2017 by Solaina in Floor Rug, with total 17 imageries.
Buying a floor rug is all about style. You need to know what you are looking for, plus, you need to know what is available. As you can imagine, even if the first store that you look in has a large selection of rugs, there are plenty more to be found elsewhere. It is very important that you have a good grip on what type of area rugs are available to you. The more that you know the better your flooring will turn out in the end.
The first style element that you may want to consider is the color or patterns that are available to you. Generally speaking, you need to make sure that it is going to match the rest of your room. For example, if you are buying a piece for your living room, make sure that it matches your paint color, furniture, etc. Unless you are willing to change everything at the same time, you will probably want to simply buy a floor rug that will fit in the best. In addition to color, you should also consider size when shopping for floor rugs. As you can imagine, not every piece is going to look right in your home. The size of your piece should have a lot to do with the size of your room. If you are buying for a large room, you may want to look into buying a large rug. And of course, if your room is small, a smaller piece may better suit your needs. But remember, these are just guidelines.
If you are like me; your house is painted in neutral colors, your home furnishings are timeless, and your wall accents are very classic pieces. A home that has a neutral theme, like mine, deserves an eccentric accent piece. A patterned rug. Purchasing a patterned rug can be daunting, there are so many options. There is a rug in nearly every pattern you can think of and in various different colors. Placing a patterned rug in any room is a great way to bring an accent piece to your home without taking away from your other carefully chosen home decor pieces. I would suggest that busy patterned rugs be placed in a larger room, so that the patterned rug does not become an eye-sore of sorts.