Rugs are used for a variety of purposes, including insulating a person’s feet from a cold tile or concrete floor, making a room more comfortable as a place to sit on the floor.


True Oriental rugs are woven or knotted by hand using wool or silk fibers and feature ornate patterns. Traditional rugs, which are sometimes mistaken for true Oriental rugs, are most often rectangular but can be found in other shapes, such as ovals or octagons. Persian Rugs usually have a central medallion framed by an intricate border. Both Oriental and Persian rugs are ideal for formal areas such as dining rooms, living rooms and sitting areas. 

Indian rugs feature patterns based on colonial styles and work well with traditional, country and casual decor. 

Comfortline rugs are economical and available in a wide range of colors, particularly pastels. They can work well in children’s rooms and playrooms since they are easy to replace. They can also be used as transitional rugs in areas like sun porches or garages as a smaller, more inexpensive alternative to an outdoor rugs.

Bathroom Rugs and Kitchen Rugs are often overlooked in planning decor, but a correctly-sized rug in either of those areas can add interest to the space and make it more comfortable. When picking a rug for a room with floors that are frequently wet, make sure to get one that is very durable, and don’t forget to use rug anchors.

A door mat is a type of rug that serves to keep your floors cleaner and more protected, as it keeps much of the outside dirt from making its way inside on the shoes of your family and guests. The right one can increase curb appeal and set a welcoming tone with visitors as the door mat is a part of the first impressions they get of your home and style.

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