By Fred Cunegonde. Rugs And Carpet. Published at Friday, February 16th, 2018 - 07:59:43 AM.
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.
Dyeing an antique rug can make it work in modern, sleek settings. When the rug is a much bolder shade than what traditionally comes to mind at the thought of antique rugs, it becomes the focus of the room without losing its vintage appeal. The rug in the above image could fit very easily in a majestic Turkish palace, adding a slice of luxury to a modern bedroom.
I’ve always loved the look of rugs in a dining room. Something about the graphic on the floor set against (or to distract from?) the legginess of the table and chairs just makes me happy. However, as the mother of four young kids, I’ve come to view dining room rugs with a pretty critical eye. Can they gracefully handle spilled grape juice? Will you see this morning’s (or, let’s be honest, yesterday’s) smashed cheerios? Will the stain of an errant strawberry live with us forever?
Choose a pattern based on floor space, the types of furniture, and what looks right. With authentic Persian rugs, you want the design to be visible. They typically have intricate weavings that have been hand-crafted. Appreciating the hard work and diligence that went into making it is part of owning a Persian carpet.
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