Published at Thursday, February 08th, 2018 - 05:41:43 AM. Area Rugs. By Joleigh Jacques.
Shapes and Sizes. Many Victorian and early American homes have hardwood floors that are accented with large traditionally rectangular rugs. These substantially cover the floor, leaving only a margin of the wood floor to be seeable around the room. Today, many colonial and country style homes often comprise oval or round braided traditional rugs placed beneath the kitchen or dining-room table and chairs. This anchors them solidly in the middle of the room. Frequently, traditional rugs will also be set in front of a fireplace, and these come in a diversity of shapes and sizes.
Choose an area rug that reflects your personality and the ambiance of the room. Use an area rug to create a warm and intimate room, or use it to decrease the noise level in a room. So versatile! And a simple or elegant area rug will accent the wood floors in any room. If you get tired of the look you can very easily change the rug unlike wall to wall carpeting which is very expensive to change out. You will want to match the primary colors in the rug and have it compliment your furniture and wall colors. Be sure to take the lighting in the room into consideration. If the room is dark and dull you will want to increase the lighting or buy a rug that has lighter tones in the colors to help brighten up the area.
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