By Gaultier Jasmin. Rugs And Carpet. Published at Saturday, February 24th, 2018 - 08:49:42 AM.
This multicolored rug hits the nail on the head in both adding movement and color to a fairly angular and neutral space. Notice how the rug itself is positioned at an angle, almost as if the swirls had a mind of their own and laid down where they wanted. (Although I’m sure placement had more to do with optimizing the beautiful window view for dinner guests than with an inanimate swirl coup…) With its many colors and interesting pattern, the rug would camouflage many evidences of kid dining.
This neutral dining room may be pretty basic in color palette, but it’s certainly heavy on the details. The box beam ceiling, chair rail, sconces, chandelier all bring the large space down to a cozier level. But because the edges and surfaces are hard (with the exception of those beautiful velvet chairs), the rug is an important component in softening the space, visually and acoustically. The contemporary pattern is busy enough to handle minor kid spills, but anything outside the two tones in the rug would likely stand out.
A sisal rug is an excellent jumping-off point in a neutral dining room. Maintaining color is key in this particular room – even mismatched dining chairs look at home as a result. In a monochromatic space, where texture delights and defines, throwing a large graphic rug on the floor would undoubtedly upset the balance. Although a light-colored neutral rug in a dining space makes my maternal heart a bit thumpy-nervous, easy-to-clean sisal would be the way to go. But only if I had to. And only if it came with that adorable canine.
Rugs should be chosen according to the style of your kitchen. For a country style kitchen, you should use the rugs that have a rustic look or celebrate natural theme. So, a braided rug or rug with themes such as strawberries or sunflowers will suit well that style. Likewise, a Victorian style kitchen will look good with a multi-colored and majestic Oriental rug.
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