Area Rugs. Sunday , December 10th , 2017 - 14:27:23 PM
If you were to travel back to colonial times, you’d undoubtedly encounter braided rugs in many homes. Braided rugs were popular mainstays back in the old days, since they were easy to make and helped to provide a soft, comfortable surface on which to walk. Braided rugs can be designed out of braided yarns and other fabric; in fact, old scraps of fabric were once used to make these colorful and eclectic rugs. If you are going for a country-style theme in your home, you can’t go wrong with braided rugs. They bring an air of old-time charm to any home.
The black outdoor rugs are made specifically for you to use outdoors. You can easily make any of your outdoor living areas more comfortable and look more chic by adding these black beauties. Look for rugs that are easy to clean and maintain and your rugs will provide you with many years of service. Choose geometrical design and shapes, wavy lines and zigzags, flower and plant motifs and solid black colored rugs. The choice is yours.
In order to successfully blend multiple area rugs with bold patterns, there are important details to keep in mind. First, be aware of where a rug’s pattern repeat begins and ends. Lay several of the same style rugs out flat on the ground. If the repeat starts and ends in the same portion of each rug, this means they will match up seamlessly once strung together. On the other hand, if the pattern repeat is inconsistent among several of the same rugs, it’s best not to use it. A few styles that are usually simple to match up include: plaid, stripes, zigzags and large-scale botanicals.
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