By Fred Cunegonde. Rugs And Carpet. Published at Friday, February 16th, 2018 - 07:59:43 AM.
Most interestingly, instead of leaving weavers to read the instructions from a drawing, loom masters sing the commands to them. They read the instructions out loud, translate them into a chant, and then sing the knotting instructions. This is a fantastically creative way of working that results in equally stunning large area rugs.
Should the feet of your furniture rest on or off the rug? If in doubt, try it both ways to see which way you prefer (it’s subjective!)—but make sure you’re consistent with all feet or no feet on the rug. No matter which way you choose, make sure your rug is large enough to accommodate the preference.
A rug that has a vintage or antique design can definitely work in a more modern room! In fact, using a rug in a transitional room that blends vintage and modern styles together can be a great way to bridge the two looks. If you are designing a room that is contemporary, an antique rug that showcases similar colors to those used in the room can give it some personality.
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?
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