Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 15:59:20 PM by Ernesta Imma. Rugs. These rugs will add the comfort of your living room with luxury fibers and natural beauty. They are easy to clean with a vacuum or a damp cloth. Natural Area Rugs using high quality wool hand-tufted to be attractive to the eye soft to the touch. These carpets have a pile of stuffed little less than 1 1 / 2 "thick to ensure a soft cushion on the floor and are backed with canvas. So a rug pad backing is recommended.
Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018, 17:55:50 PM by Vladislava Alla. Rugs. Rug placement most probably is one of the factors that you might want to consider first in selecting a rug. It is important to know where the rug is going to be placed. As you consider the placement of the rug the other factors will follow: such as color materials and size.
Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018, 17:55:45 PM by Paulette Charlotte. Rugs. Area rugs. A rug can define an area within a larger space for example area rugs in a living room may make a conversation piece when surrounded by a seating arrangement of couches and chairs. Another small area rug could be placed in an area for television watching or for listening to music. Sometimes people will use an area rug beneath a dining room table to enhance the beauty of the furniture as well as to further anchor the space. A more "country" type décor will often use a braided rug to go with western style furniture while an oriental rug is usually thought of in a more formal designed room.
Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018, 17:55:41 PM by Janine Rosemonde. Rugs. Hallway Rugs. Depending on the size of the hallways in your home you will likely need a long narrow area rug - or runner - for this space. In order to achieve a balanced look and find the right size rug for your hallway keep in mind that the rug you select should be two to four inches narrower than the width of your hallway and 18 to 24 inches shorter than your hallway's total length.
Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018, 17:55:36 PM by Ernesta Imma. Rugs. When the chairs are pulled out from the table to be used all of the legs should remain on your dining room area rug which means your rug needs to be big enough to accommodate a space larger than the footprint of your table with the chairs pushed in. A good rule for this is to seek out an area rug for your dining room that is at least four feet wider and longer than the footprint of your dining set.
Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018, 17:55:30 PM by Bernardetta Viviana. Rugs. Focal Point. Use an area rug to create a focal point in your room. A family room rec room games room or living room are all excellent candidates for a focal point area rug. If you have a games room a rectangular rug beneath the pool table looks awesome. If you have a fireplace an area rug in front of the fireplace adds elegance and luxury and it's a comfy place to sit and enjoy the fire. Now an area rug has another benefit. It will save wear and tear on your carpet especially if you place it in the high traffic areas. Choose something that stands out from your room decor or blends in. Your choice let your creative juices flow.
Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018, 17:55:24 PM by Vladislava Alla. Rugs. Oriental carpets were originally woven and tufted by hand to cover the ground or floors in tents and buildings with earth or stone floors. They added warmth and color to the lives of those living in these dwellings. European castles and lesser homes often had earth or stone floors covered with things like rushes or straw and when travellers brought back rugs from the East those who could afford them bought these carpets to enhance their homes as well. Settlers coming to America brought rugs with them or the knowledge to make them. Soft woven or tufted flooring covers are used around the world to add comfort color and style to homes and commercial spaces.
Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018, 17:55:18 PM by Paulette Charlotte. Rugs. Remember to bear in mind what part of the room the rug is going to be positioned; whether it is placed on doorways or near air vents etc. This is because some rugs are too thick or some doors just don't have enough space allotted for an area rug; this would either cause the door to not open or allow the rug to slide and shift every time the door opens. Also there are rugs that can't withstand the heat from air vents. Make sure you pick a rug's material carefully based on the placement of the rug.