By Gaultier Jasmin. Rugs And Carpet. Published at Saturday, February 24th, 2018 - 08:49:42 AM.
Irrespective of the type of kitchen floor you have, using small area rugs is always a good option to unify the theme and color scheme of your kitchen. In fact, adding a rug can be the perfect choice if you want to bring excitement to your kitchen.
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.
Living room arrangements can be summed up more or less in two ways: furniture is either mostly lined up along the walls, or it isn’t. A small living room, for instance, is more likely to have a couch along one wall and a TV console across from it. In a larger room, the seating area might be grouped toward the center of the space.
Instead of using the usual rectangular rugs, add visual interest to your kitchen by choosing round-, oval-, or square-shaped ones. An unusual shape will help the rug to become the focal point of the place and thereby creating a huge impact on the total décor. You can make the impact stronger by picking up the rug in a color or colors contrasting but not clashing to the color of your kitchen.
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