Add Color To Your Rooms With Floor Rugs
When entering a person’s home, we tend not to notice the area rugs or carpets that line the floor. However, we do process is the color that we encounter in that particular space. And that is precisely what you need floor rugs for, to put color into a particular space.
Floor rugs, or area rugs as some may call them, come in a vast variety of colors, shapes, designs and textures these days. According to the space you possess, you can definitely find something that fits the ambiance of your home. It doesn’t matter if the area rug is for your bedroom, living room or dining room; floor rugs add spice to the otherwise mundane looking floor. However, it is very important to realize that color coordination is often an overlooked aspect of choosing a floor rug, and as trivial as it seems, a mismatched-in-color area rug will stick out of that particular space like a sore thumb and might overthrow the entire ambiance. It is crucial when buying a floor rug, that it complements both the furniture and the theme of the decorated living space.
A few simple tips to do this is if possible, buy floor rugs to first complement your wall color, before moving any furniture in. This is to make the whole interior decorating process easier as furniture can then be bought to complement both the area rug and the overall color of the room. However if this is not possible (as most usually is the case), try and buy floor rugs from companies that will allow you to test their rugs in that particular room by bringing it and laying it in your home for you. This is probably one of the best ways to make sure the color of the rug matches the overall ambiance, as many people report having bought area rugs that somehow never end up being quite right for their home. If you have no choice but to buy a floor rug from a store, always carry a sample that best matches the color of your furniture, curtains or walls. Also note that area rugs that are hung up on display often give off the illusion of a slightly different color, so always request to view the floor rug on the ground, as that is the exact color that you will see in your home.
Color-coordinating your floor rugs to the overall color of the room might not be an easy task, but take some time and effort, and soon you will have a home that seems like it was decorated by a professional. Happy coloring!