By Yvonna Descoteaux. Area Rugs. Published at Sunday, February 04th, 2018 - 10:54:27 AM.
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.
When we think of traditional area rugs we often think of rugs that have classic looks like Oriental Persian country French floral Aubusson and others. We can find each style in a variety of colors and is constructed using expert techniques. This enables their owners to enjoy them for years to come. These rugs add a more classical look to any room's traditional decor. An abundant variety of color palettes ranging from soft tones to rich luxurious color schemes guarantees the shopper will have a successful search for the "right" rug. A traditional rug can add an appearance and feeling of class to any formal setting yet remain suitable in the most casual room setting.
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.
The first is positioning it either completely on the rug with some of the rug passing out beyond the rear edge of your furniture. That would resemble a placemat utilized to display and hold your tableware. On the other hand if you place the area rug so that the front edges of the furniture are just on the edge of the rug holding it down so it does not move and yet frames the rug so to speak it creates a nice cozy conversation area.
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