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Soft Wave Shag 5' x 7'6 Rug
Shaggy Raggy Pink 3' x 5' Rug
Raja Chambray 5'3 x 7'6 Rug
Star Wars R2-D2™ Black 3' x 5' Rug
Casablanca Brown 7'10 x 10'10 Rug
Windsong 3'9 x 5'5 Rug
Pascha II Beige 5'3 x 7'6 Rug
Star Wars BB-8™ Black 3' x 5' Rug
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Safavieh Tabriz Floral Collection TF101C Hand-Knotted Burgundy and Camel Silk & Wool Area Rug
How to Choose a Rug
Perfect for either large homes or tiny apartments, rugs are both fundamental pieces and focal points of your room's decor. Large area rugs create a canvas for your entire room, while smaller rugs draw your eyes to specific spaces. In a large room, perfectly placed area rugs can help define the space – creating smaller sitting areas within the room.
Bare hardwood floors can benefit from the addition of a warm, plush carpet. Carpeted rooms also benefit from rugs, which add contrasted textures and patterns. You can get creative by hanging elegant rugs on walls or mixing and matching textures. Ultimately, rugs are a versatile way to enhance your home's decor and give your room a finished look.
Size, Budget & Style
Fashionable rugs are available in a range of prices and sizes to fit any space or budget. In larger spaces, area rugs are used to brighten the room. Placing a rug underneath a coffee table in a small home adds a touch of style and color without using additional space. As costs of rugs vary extensively, you can find one that matches your budget.
Rug shapes vary from squares and rectangles to circles and ovals. Commonly, people put them under tables, dining sets, or other large furniture pieces, which makes choosing the perfect size essential. To ensure your pieces match, pick out your rug and your room's furniture at the same time.
Choosing the Color & Pattern of your Rug
Rugs immediately capture your attention once you enter a room. They can add a pop of color to an otherwise dull space or offset a room decorated with vibrant hues and patterns. You can also match accent pieces, like throw pillows and curtains, to your rug to really accentuate any color scheme.
It’s all about balance in your room. If your room already has big, bold patterns, you’ll want to look at rugs with subdued pattern or texture. On the other hand, a room that features fairly neutral or solid furniture colors will brighten up with the help of a unique pattern. For example, dining rooms are a great place for a pattern. As dining furniture is often subdued, you can bring the room to life with a skillfully placed patterned rug.
Fabrics & Materials
Quality fabrics are durable and plush, with luxurious appearances. Long-lasting and soft materials include wool, silk, and cotton. They are higher in cost, but can handle more use. In contrast, synthetic fibers are great for when you're working on a budget. This material is designed to look just like expensive fabrics. However, these rugs are not likely to last as long. If you're shopping for thicker materials that can add appealing texture and layers to a room, choose a refined, shag rug for your space.