By Tallis Monin. Area Rugs. Published at Thursday, January 04th, 2018 - 19:08:12 PM.
Bright colors and elaborate designs are mainstays of the Persian rug style. These sumptuous rugs generally boast geometric, pictorial or floral patterns. In terms of style, Persian rugs are revered around the world. One of the most wonderful things about these types of rugs is that they look better as they age. In fact, enthusiasts typically argue that a brand-new Persian rug looks nowhere near as attractive as one that is ten or twenty years old. In short, they are excellent investments and wonderful additions to any home.
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.
Inlaid rugs. Here’s where your imagination can take over. Anything your mind can conjure, a good carpet designer can manifest. Doodle on a piece of paper until you come up with at least a semblance of what you want, and your designer can take it from there. Geometric shapes, florals, birds, stars and stripes, fans, your name or initials¾there are no rules. Pricing here again depends on the quality of the carpet and the complexity of the design.
There’s good reason area rugs should carpet a room. They’re practical, providing cushion, comfort and warmth over a concrete, tile or wood floor. But they also provide artistic value to a room’s design. Considered artwork for the floor, which acts as the frame, size does matter — and it’s often a big concern for the homeowner unsure of how to create that well-balanced space.
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