Published at Thursday, February 08th, 2018 - 05:40:26 AM. Area Rugs. By Montaine Monet.
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.
Washable. Kitchens are a high traffic area which means your kitchen rugs will probably need to be washed quite a bit. For convenience you're going to want to choose kitchen area rugs that can either be washed by hand or washing machine. This will help you keep your kitchen cleaner and your rugs looking nicer. A quality made rug will not begin to fade right away so keep that in mind when you're opting for the cheapest rug. No matter which kitchen area rugs you choose it's best to find a quality made rug that fits your style and size requirements. Don't base your choice simply on appearance or you might find yourself buying a rug every year. A good rug will last for several years without needing to be replace.
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