By Yvonna Descoteaux. Area Rugs. Published at Tuesday, February 06th, 2018 - 08:33:02 AM.
Colors can be chosen according to your homes existing décor. Contemporary area rugs can be purchased in all of the colors of the rainbow, including both neutral and bold colors. Neutral colors are typically used in homes with mild decors, where there is no desire to add color to the room. Bolder colors can also be used in your home to add a touch of flair to a boring room, or to accent the colors that you already have in the room. With new patterns and colors emerging every day, buying contemporary area rugs has never been a more rewarding or fun experience.
Classic area rugs are traditional in style. Use them to accent your living room, master bedroom or as a beautiful floor treatment in an eclectic interior. Consider a variety of rug designs for your rooms. Designs are available in solid, striped, animal print, shag or flokati selections. These styles are decorative touches in a contemporary space through color and unique design. Also look for area rugs by material. Wool, synthetic or cotton styles are affordable accents to modernize and unify transitional rooms.
Area rugs are an elegant style anchor that inspires mood through color and design. Capture, expand and display style with a decorative floor accent that is exciting, fun and cool or a grand and magnificent experience of elegance. Contemporary designer rugs are decorative, high in style, affordable, and collectible. Create a style trail with beautiful rugs. Decorate with accent rugs in the kitchen for a fun, quirky or charming style. Keep a friendly mood in the bathroom with botanical designs or soft texture accent rugs. In the dining room use a beautiful and elegant rug as a design detail that coordinates color and style.
Construction and Materials. Numerous traditional rugs are hand-loomed or hand knotted. Weavers still create vintage and high-end Oriental rugs in this traditional way. Colonial America gave birth to a fresh type of traditional area rug, the rag rug or braided rug. Their weavers typically construct the rugs from long strips or rags of braided fabric together then they area stitched to create a level surface. Alternatively, a weaver may weave rag rugs on a loom using strips of rags and fibers or strong thread. Contingent on the kind of rug, traditional area rugs may be constructed from wool or camel's hair, 100 percent cotton fabric, or other natural fibers. Lately, rugs traditional in appearance have also been made from polyester and other blends of man-made fibers.
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