No matter the room, an area rug is a surefire way to add comfort and color. Whether you’re looking for something traditional or modern, we have all of your options covered with our wide selection of hand-woven rugs.
What size rug do you need?
Rugs are a big investment, so it’s important to make sure you get the right size. When deciding on what size rug you need, there are quite a few things that come into play. The best way to determine the size for a rug is by measuring your space. It’s crucial that you get an accurate measurement to prevent making costly mistakes. A big investment like this needs to be done correctly so you don’t end up regretting it!
How much traffic will the rug be exposed to?
After you've decided on a rug, the next question is how much traffic will it be exposed to? A tightly woven wool carpet can handle more foot traffic than anything with synthetic fibers. If your rugs are going in high-traffic areas like entryways or dining rooms, make sure they're durable enough for your needs—you don't want them trampled or stained after just one year of use.
Do you have pets that shed or children who spill food and drinks on the floor often?
If you have pets that shed, then you know how difficult it is to keep rugs and carpets clean. The fur from your cat or dog ends up in the fibers of your carpeting and on top of your rugs. It is very hard to get this hair out without taking drastic measures like using a machine with a beater bar when vacuuming. When you have children who spill food or drinks on the floor, it makes keeping them clean almost impossible. If they are made of wool, for example, then someone must immediately remove any excess liquid. We would recommend checking out some affordable options, such as the ones in our vintage collection.
Size of the room, color of the walls, and type of furniture will all affect your decision
When it comes to buying a new rug, the first thing that must be considered is the space itself. A large room with high ceilings and spacious windows will require a larger rug. Smaller rooms don’t need as much carpeting but should still have at least some area rugs placed strategically in order to break up the flow of traffic so you aren’t walking directly from one side of the room to another without anything in between. The color of the walls, and type of furniture in a room set the mood for each person who enters. Not only do colors affect one’s sense of well-being, but they can also change any space from being cramped to spacious or even boring to interesting. It is essential that you take into consideration how your choice will bring out different feelings when choosing the color of your rug. The best way to get a perfect match is to design the room around your rug. Otherwise, we suggest talking to a professional who can help you find the perfect look.
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