Oriental and area rugs will transform your floors into a work of art.
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Oriental Rugs- are probably the most prized and have been used in homes for many years. This style works in a room by pulling the room together and it will anchor any floor type.
Area Rugs- Can be the main focal point in your room. Laid atop a gleaming wood floor or a soft and subtle carpet they can add elegance and style to make any room beautiful.
Light colors make a room look more spacious, and deeper colors lend coziness to a room. This type rug can serve a number of purposes within a room. It can direct traffic, add texture, and it can cover worn areas on a wall to wall carpet.
It often helps to bind a color scheme together, uniting various elements in the room, such as window treatments, upolstery fabrics and wall coverings.
This style can be used to define conversation or seating areas and in a large room you can easily create a smaller sitting area.
For the most part, we are inclined to think of area rugs as those small, vividly colored rugs that add a splash of color and pattern to a floor. But area rugs can be any size, and they come in a variety of shapes. In fact, any rug that does not run from wall to wall can be considered an area rug, whatever the size.
Persian rugs- will bring a feeling of elegance and comfort into your home, and they look natural in almost any room, but the most common rooms to find them in is the living room or dining room.
Braided, rag, hooked, and woven rugs-The woven, braided, and hooked rugs made in Early America from saved scraps of fabric, yarn, and worn-out quilts are highly treasured for their primitive charm and careful craftsmanship.
Today these rugs range in color from bright primaries to earth tones and pastels; patterns include stripes, florals folk motives, and plaids. These rugs fit perfectly in today’s country homes and are especially useful in high traffic areas, such as hallways, childrens playroom or bedroom, living rooms, and entry ways to the front and back doors. Since they are easy to clean, they are a healthier choice than wall to wall carpet.
Below is a list of different types of floor coverings
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Area Rugs Buyers Guide – This area rugs Buyers Guide is brought to you by NatureRugs.com. It provides some important practical considerations when purchasing & decorating with an oriental rug.