Published at Monday, January 01st 2018, 01:22:41 AM by Paulette Charlotte. Rugs. Dining Room Rugs. When selecting dining room area rugs, many people purchase rugs that are actually too small for this purpose. While some rug buyers focus primarily on the relationship of the size of the rug to the size of the dining room table, the space required for the chairs when they are in use is often overlooked. For example, if your rug expands only to the back legs of your dining room chairs when they are pushed in under the table, this might look lovely when the dining room is not in use, but it will become an issue when hosting a dinner party, or even simply having your nightly family meal.
Published at Thursday, February 15th 2018, 12:48:02 PM by Vladislava Alla. Rugs. Color-wise, rugs that are placed on receiving areas should have a light and soft shade; thus, giving the room a warm and cozy feel. Should you place rugs under dark-colored furniture that you intend to make the center of attraction, make sure you select lighter toned rugs and simpler designs to highlight the fixtures. This also works with hardwood floors of darker shades. Nonetheless, if you plan to set an area rug as the focal point of the room, select rugs with intense colors and intricate designs; provided that the rooms motif is simple and wouldn't contrast with the rug's pattern.
Published at Thursday, February 15th 2018, 12:47:52 PM by Paulette Charlotte. Rugs. Oriental Weavers and Mohawk Carpet Company are two of the many companies who manufacture wall to wall carpet and smaller bound carpets in wool and other fine materials in a vast array of colors and patterns. Oriental weavers specialize in the traditional oriental carpets of bright colors and intricate designs, but also make some very beautiful contemporary designs. They have hand woven and hand tufted carpets. Mohawk uses the finest machinery and modern rug making technology to turn high grade wool into rich machine made wall to wall and bound carpets.
Published at Thursday, February 15th 2018, 12:47:46 PM by Janine Rosemonde. Rugs. Area rugs are one of the most affordable and easiest ways to give a room a makeover or add a style or accent to a room. You can choose from round, oval, octagon, and square area rugs. Choose Persian, Oriental, Southwestern, Native American, Indian, Mexican, Traditional, Contemporary, or what ever other style you want. Your choices are truly endless.
Published at Thursday, February 15th 2018, 12:47:40 PM by Ernesta Imma. Rugs. Since many contemporary rugs make a bold statement, they are great to design around. Can certainly be the focal point of the room, so if you are redesigning a room completely you may want to buy your first rug and then choose other elements in space to work with your carpet. You have to choose furniture that can work with the contemporary style of your carpet. These rugs really work great with furniture and walls of solid color or print minimal.
Published at Thursday, February 15th 2018, 12:47:17 PM by Janine Rosemonde. Rugs. The fine wool rug is more often seen as wall to wall carpeting, but is also the main component of oriental rugs. The beauty and quality of oriental rugs is matchless, but they can be very expensive to own. Discount area rugs are sometimes made of other materials, such as hemp or cotton, but these are commonly used for a specialized purpose such as kitchen rugs or bathroom rugs.
Published at Thursday, February 15th 2018, 12:47:03 PM by Vladislava Alla. Rugs. Who says size doesn't matter? Who would want to choose a rug that is so undersized or too big? Standard sized rugs, such as 3 x 5's and 4 x 6's, are usually placed in rooms to accentuate furniture and inglenooks. These rugs, and even smaller, can also be used in entry ways, kitchens and bathrooms as a floor mat. Larger rugs, like 6 x 9's and 9 x 12's, are commonly used for living rooms and dining rooms. Again, know where you want the rug to be placed.
Published at Thursday, February 15th 2018, 12:46:53 PM by Ernesta Imma. 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.