Rugs are such a frequent part of the interior of homes everywhere that it would perhaps seem slightly unorthodox if someone chose not to have one. They are able to bring a degree of comfort and even closure to a room’s design as they are seen in a lot of cases as the final piece of the jigsaw to lay down when decorating an area. Many people buy rugs for multiple parts of the home but how do you know what to consider when you go to purchase one?

How Do You Find The Right Type Of Rug For Your Home?

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Size
As easy as it would be to head straight out there to the store or to browse online without taking the correct amount of planning on board you should make sure that you do the necessary measurements in advance. You can of course have smaller rugs or alternatively those that cover the majority of the floor in a room. If you want the larger ones then the need to measure the surface area is certainly very important and many find it an essential piece of advice to leave a minimum distance of 30 centimetres from the wall when taking these measurements. If you were to buy a rug that takes up the space you have available right up to the wall then it is not only visually irritable it is also likely to damage the rug all the more as time goes by.

Add variety
You can choose a rug that blends in with the more subtle shades you have already decided upon for a room in your home or you can step outside of this and use the rug as a way to bring more of a bright quality to the area. You can also add a really varied aspect to your interior design by choosing to have a rug that is made of a slightly different kind of texture. The thing to remember is that a rug has its benefits in a practical sense but there is also so much possibility with the design aspect.

Matching it to the room
Different areas in your home will have their own requirements to a certain extent. The hallway will be an area where you really need a rug that is made to deal with more frequent instances of people walking through so make sure you choose one that is easy to clean. You just have to consider how the room you are in will affect the rug so decide whether it is durability or attractiveness that you need.

Paula Greer
About the Author:

This article is written by Paula Greer on behalf of the supplier of Red and black rugs amongst many other kinds - www.therugstore.co.uk

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