Decorating With Shag Rugs
Today’s shag rugs are beautiful and trendy unlike those of the 1970′s that were a horrible avocado or burnt orange. They have become favorites of modern day interior decorators who use them as centerpieces to draw attention to a room.
When you are home decorating a room with shag rugs you will need to consider some things that may determine what you will and will not do.
You have a large range to choose from among these rugs because they are available in many brilliant bold colors. These bright colors have a tendency of attracting attention to the room and making it cheerful and fun. They act as conversational starters. The colors that have been popular are like bright red, deep blues and snow white.
When they are placed on hardwood floors and stone floors, they make them warm under your feet. They are soft to the touch on your bare feet. This might be the perfect solution especially during those cold days and nights.
To pull off the decorations with shag rugs, it would really go easily if you had some modern furniture to go with them. For example, if you have white furniture, a red shag rug will really be a good interior decor pull off. The red rug will really attract the eye and make it the focal point of the room. This goes to show just how easy to use these rugs to decorate.
Shag rugs are not difficult to clean. They do not require any special ingredient or cleaner to get them sparkling. Most of what you need to do is to just vacuum the rug every day or two to make them remain clean and looking as good as new.
You can use shag rugs in almost any room you want. Whatever your reason, your house will gain from having these rugs. These rugs have come a long way from the ugly colors of yesteryears to the vibrant colors and designs of today.
When choosing the rug to use, you will be spoiled for choice. You have a large range of colors for you to choose from as well as differences in the depth of pile. There are even those with different kinds of softness that you have to pick from. When you look at the warmer and the softer rugs have piles that are over 2 inches. The piles that are easier to clean and are more versatile are the shorter piles that are not so soft and warm.