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All About Rugs to Cover a Large Area

All About Rugs to Cover a Large Area

All About Rugs to Cover a Large Area

 posted on Mar 15, 2014 by Rug Zone in Advice, Information
All About Rugs to Cover a Large Area

Choosing the perfect large rug for your home is something that needs a little thought, but if you have the time to consider just a few issues, you can look forward to a very welcome addition to the family home. Rugs offer so much in the way of visual features with a huge chunk of comfort thrown in for good measure. Here we look at a few tips that could help you pick that special rug for every occasion.

What to Look For

Fairly simple really, because each and every room or target area needs to be measured before you can start looking at designs and textures. Make a list of the dimensions and start to think about the reasons and purposes for each of your future purchases. In a plain room, you should be aiming for a brightly patterned example to bring something extra into the equation. If you are thinking of buying a large rug, ensure there is at least 12 inches between the edge of the rug and the wall. If you are buying a runner rug, ensure that the material can stand up to high traffic volume and whatever dirt and dust is being trodden into the fibre. Think about buying some non-slip strips when attaching your rug to a laminate floor space.

Common Mistakes

Avoid buying a rug that is too large for the room, they look unsightly and can cause trips when not evenly distributed. Shaggy rugs may look cool but they are not suited to dining rooms, especially if you have pets or children. Don’t choose an interior rug for an outside area, because the poor thing will be ruined before the end of the week.

Rug Colours

to choose a colour that compliments rather than clashes with the existing theme. Look at the primary colour scheme and choose a tone that will sit nicely alongside it. If you are in doubt, you can ask one of the sales people for some expert advice on the matter.

Common Area Rug Destinations

The choice is yours, but area rugs go particularly well in the following areas of a typical family home:

  • Living room
  • Dining room
  • Master bedroom
  • nursery

For an excellent online shopping experience for your next rug, Rug Zone can offer a myriad of choices that will fit all budgets. Oriental, runner, area and children’s rugs are all catered for, plus some low-cost and budget options for whatever the occasion.

When buying rugs on the Internet you don't have the ability touch and discuss the various qualities and features of the rug. Our blog is there to give you some of the advice and information that you may need before you complete your purchase. Please take you time to digest the information and if you can't find what you are looking for you can always give us a call on 0191 454 1972 during office hours.

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