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Rugs

To change the look of your room without the hassle of a major home improvement project, an area rug rolls out your ideal solution. An area rug will instantly add color to your room, and it will provide a stylish point of interest to the space. You can use the colors in the area as inspiration for additional room accent pieces like nice throw pillows on your sofa or statement wall art. The area rug can serve as a styling frame for furniture placement. Hardwood floors are very popular features that many homeowners prefer nowadays over carpeted spaces at home. An area rug will give you a soft surface under seating or dining areas without covering the entire floor. Then when you want a different look for the room simply replace the area rug for one with a new design.

Buying Guide

Rugs are available in many sizes and can enhance the warmth and color to your living room, dining room or bedroom. The rug design may be the first thing that draws your eye in the room, but you’ll also want to consider the material of the rug when selecting its placement in the room. In a high-traffic area focus on durable rugs with a short pile. Rug pile is the thickness of the rug and density of its fibers, with short or low pile rugs having flatter fiber appearance and high pile rugs having longer or even shaggy fibers. Shorter, low pile rugs tend to last longer and are easier to vacuum than longer fiber, high pile rugs. In addition to rug pile thickness, also think about the material used on the rug when shopping for an area rug.

  • Jute and Sisal – These rugs are made of strong, natural woven grass fibers and are typically free from chemical processing. This is a good style rug for medium-traffic areas.
  • Polyester and Polypropylene – These are synthetic fibers that are made to mimic the look and feel of natural rug fibers. Rugs made using this material are easy to clean and good for placement in family-friendly environments.

As you consider an area rug for your room, don’t forget about the rug pad. Rug pads add softness and bounce to the rug and they help dampen footstep noise. They also serve as protection for your floor under the rug as the pad will prevent any scratches or dye transfer from the rug to the floor. A rug pad also helps to hold the rug in place, preventing slips.

Know Your Size

The size of the rug you buy depends on how you’re placing your furniture in the room. If you have a large living room with furniture placed away from the walls and toward the center of the room, your area rug should be large enough for the furniture to fit completely on the rug without feeling cramped. Rugs that measure at least 9’ x 13’ are a good choice in this layout.

If your furniture is against the wall, the rug should be large enough to allow the two front legs on the furniture to be placed on the rug. Standard sizes here are 6’ x 9’ and 8’ x 10’. Apartment dwellers or homeowners with smaller living rooms should shop area rugs that will be centered between the furniture, under the cocktail table for example. A 4’ x 6’ area rug will be a nice option in this placement arrangement.

For dining rooms, the area rug should be large enough to cover the perimeter of your dining room set with enough space to avoid the chairs from going off the rug when pushed back. Finally, area rugs for your bedroom frame should extend at least 3 feet around the bed to give you a soft stepping surface as you get into or out of bed.

Doormats

As you consider rugs for the inside of your home, don’t forget the outside areas. Placing a doormat at your entryway allows you and your guests to remove mud, dirt, snow and leaves from shoes before entering the home, ultimately protecting the interior elements in the home. A doormat also can add color and whimsical sayings to your exterior décor. Our durable doormats are easy to clean and designed to absorb moisture while resisting mold and mildew.