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  • How to Use an Area Rug to the Room's Advantage
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    Liam Williams
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How to Use an Area Rug to the Room's Advantage

When decorating a room, it is easy to think about color schemes, the style of wall hangings, and overall appeal of the furnishings. While these and other common decorating elements may come to mind first and are essential to the look of your room, do not overlook the importance of area rugs in your decorating plans. These are a few of the ways you can use area rugs to your advantage when decorating your home. 

 

Define a Large Space

Many homes today have an open floorplan. While this type of layout can make a home seem large, airy, and spacious for guests, the challenge comes when you try to define separate spaces within the room. One idea is to use area rugs to delineate different rooms. For example, you can place one large rug under the coffee table in the living room, and another could be placed under the breakfast table. The borders of the rug help to create a visual outline of the rooms when you do not have walls in the space.

 

Add Decorative Charm and Individuality

Even with your best attempt to decorate, the areas may not look finished without a splash of color and texture. You can find an area rug in a full range of shapes, sizes, and colors to meet any decorating needs and this is a great way to add in color and texture without having to buy a lot of extra products. Textures like firm Turkish cotton, sheepskin, or even silk add true personality to the space. For example, many Sheepskin Town rugs come in various sizes, which makes it possible to add charm to even smaller rooms. With so many different ways to jazz up your floors, this is an excellent way to give your home a fully decorated and even personalized look. 

 

Buffer Sounds

Area rugs can be placed across any flooring surfaces, but they are most common on hard floor surfaces. This includes wood, laminate, tile, stained concrete, and more. Because these are hard surfaces, sounds in these rooms can echo, which can create a noisy and uncomfortable environment. Area rugs serve the same function that carpeting does, because they both can buffer sounds. The result is a peaceful indoor environment without all the vacuuming and still retaining beautiful tile or hardwood.

 

An area rug can resolve many of the issues and challenges that your rooms may currently have. From addressing the issue of echoing sounds and defining areas in a large room to creating individuality and decorative style in a same, there are numerous benefits that you can enjoy when you select the right area rug. Now is a wonderful time to begin searching for a style and size that will look fabulous in your home.

  • Post author
    Liam Williams
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