Published at Friday, February 16th, 2018 - 10:57:02 AM. Rugs And Carpet. By Fred Cunegonde.
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A Persian rug like this one is an excellent choice for a kid-friendly yet non-juvenile rug in the dining room. Often, Persian rugs have the most concentrated patterns at the center and edges of the rug, which (depending on the size of rug and its proportion to table) is helpful in masking eating zone mishaps. The colors in this rug are bright but not overbearing; they add character without being a diva. And, really, Persian rugs plus Louis chairs? A match made in heaven.
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.
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