By Tallis Monin. Area Rugs. Published at Wednesday, November 15th, 2017 - 18:15:35 PM.
When you put a contemporary twist on a Persian or Oriental rug, you get a transitional rug. These rugs seamlessly blend traditional styles with modern touches; as a result, they are wonderfully versatile and easy to use in many different situations. If you find yourself on the fence about contemporary or more traditional styles, you should definitely look into transitional rugs. Chances are you’ll be able to find a style that is the missing link that you were after all along.
In order to successfully blend multiple area rugs with bold patterns, there are important details to keep in mind. First, be aware of where a rug’s pattern repeat begins and ends. Lay several of the same style rugs out flat on the ground. If the repeat starts and ends in the same portion of each rug, this means they will match up seamlessly once strung together. On the other hand, if the pattern repeat is inconsistent among several of the same rugs, it’s best not to use it. A few styles that are usually simple to match up include: plaid, stripes, zigzags and large-scale botanicals.
If something seems to be missing in an otherwise well-decorated room, chances are an area rug will be your solution. If an area rug is on your wish list, don’t be afraid to spend a little extra to get exactly what you want. Rugs are a wise investment, providing years of service and pleasure.
Oriental rugs are the workhorses of the rug world. They have been used for many centuries now and are prized not only for their intricate patterns but also for their amazing durability. If you’re looking for attractive area rugs to place in a high-traffic area, an Oriental rug would be a suitable option to consider. Even after several years, a high-quality Oriental rug will continue to look absolutely breathtaking. Oriental rugs that are woven out of wool tend to be quite affordable; silk versions are among the most expensive.
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