By Fred Cunegonde. Rugs And Carpet. Published at Friday, February 16th, 2018 - 11:31:44 AM.
An antique rug might make you think of a traditionally designed room, but it can also be Mediterranean. If you choose such a rug for this type of room, opt for furniture that is striking. The pieces you choose work best when they contain colors that reflect the rug’s color palette. For instance, a deep blue chair can pick up the blue that is in the rug, creating synchronicity.
Whether it's a vibrant kilim or a plush, neutral rug, we offer a range of designs to match your style. First, decide whether or not you want to make a statement. If you're looking for a more timeless design, consider neutral tones and smaller-scale patterns. For a large piece acting as the starting point for a living room, a neutral tone is often best.
In the new year, white walls go into oblivion. Designers are convincing us to bold, saturated hues but we realize that fire red or intense violet are not always a good solution, especially in a place like home, where we seek refuge from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Sage seems to be perfectly fitted to the task – it is colorful enough to kill monotony but at the same time properly extinguished so that the eyes and mind can relax.
There are various types of Persian carpets to consider. They come from various regions, and materials such as cotton, wool, silk, and animal hair set them apart, too. Comfort, strength, and longevity go into defining a rug’s function, so you get the most out of the room while creating a larger appearance. If going for value, an older rug is the way to go, as long as it is in prime condition.
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