Published at Thursday, February 08th, 2018 - 05:48:47 AM. Area Rugs. By Marmion Lefebvre.
Appearance. Most people will choose a rug simply based on the style or color scheme. They want to make sure it matches their kitchen decor. While important this shouldn't be the sole factor on what prompts you to purchase any rug. There are several other things that should be considered. Quality A good quality rug will have strong edges that can withstand the high traffic area that is your kitchen. Kitchen rugs go through quite a bit even on a daily basis and the edges tend to get the brunt of everything. Kitchen area rugs that are made with quality in mind will have strong edges that will be resistant to fraying.
Size. Depending on the layout of your home you may need several kitchen area rugs. The most common places for kitchen rugs are in front of the sink stove and/or door areas. This is also where the most traffic occurs. Some people choose a large area rug to cover a larger area of the floor rather than buying several smaller kitchen rugs. It's a good idea to know the dimensions of your kitchen so that you know how much space a particular rug is going to use. Non-Slip. Since kitchens tend to be built with non-carpeted flooring a non-slip rug can help it stay in place. What good is a rug if it's able to slide around on the floor? That's going to cause more of a nuisance than being helpful.
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