Published at Thursday, February 08th, 2018 - 03:28:07 AM. Area Rugs. By Marmion Lefebvre.
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.
Make sure that at least the two primary colors match the room or the furnishings. Look at the room as a whole. Decide were and what the focal point is that you are trying to achieve. If the area rug is to be the focal point in the room consider a large central medallion on the rug. These work well! Make sure that the area rugs patterns will not clash with the patterns on your furniture of the patterns on your walls. You want the rug to interact with the room and not be loud and brash. When selecting your area rug take a sample of the wall paper or a color sample of the wall paint and a sample of material which covers the furniture with you.
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