When you invest in new rugs for your home, especially slippery area rugs that are over hardwood floors, then you will also want to purchase rug pads to hold your rugs in place and add some extra softness to your flooring.
Benefits of Rug Pads
Rug pads are often necessary when you have area rugs that are placed over hardwood or tile flooring to prevent slippage and accidents. This is especially true if you have chosen high quality area rugs that have a smooth or felt bottom, which is very slippery.
Rug pads are made to anchor your rugs in place using non-slip materials that create a slight bond between the rug and the floor. Rug pads can also extend the life of your area rugs, since they provide a barrier for dirt and dust from the floor, making it easier to vacuum out.
Rug pads are also an excellent addition to your flooring when you want a softer, more appealing area in your living space. You can use area rugs for exercises such as yoga easily when you have a soft rug pad underneath.
The popularity of wool and sisal area rugs is quickly taking over as more and more consumers purchase these high quality and all natural area rugs as either area covers or hallway runners for their homes. Because they are made from two of the most durable materials that an area rug can be constructed with, a combination of wool and sisal materials, they last longer than most other rugs and they are as soft as can be.
Many consumers prefer a wool sisal rug for a number of reasons. The durability and the strength of the combined materials creates a strong, stain resistant and soft to the feet area rug that is both eco-friendly, warming to any home interior and very affordable to acquire. The materials can be woven together in thousands of varying patterns making a number of available intricate designs that will add to the feeling of any room in the house. And because they are made of a sturdy combination material, sisal wool area rugs really can last the test of time, and work magnificently in high traffic areas of the home.
The high quality and the long lasting nature of these combination material area rugs is what are attracting more consumers to them. They can be found in so many different patterns, they are well priced and they are very affordable when compared to other hand woven and hand tufted area rugs currently on the market. They also tend to last a long time when properly cared for and, they do not shed.
It’s official – shag rugs are back! Shag rugs were huge in the 70’s and came is only ugly colors! Today we have some of the best contrast shag rugs available on the market. They are all eco-friendly and come in beautiful colors. The new shag rugs are made from Polyester twisted yarn with 100% cotton backing.
Shag rugs are rugs that have a deep pile, much deeper than the average rug. This means you have an extra thick rich pile that feels remarkably soft on your feet! This is why these rugs are sometimes referred to as shag pile rugs. The result of these longer yard strands is addictive, luxurious comfort. These are rugs you can really sink your feet into, due to the nature of hand-tufted rugs, shedding may occur for first use but diminish over time.
Author: Jenna – www.sasinteriors.net
The day has finally arrived for me to share the final reveal of my staircase makeover.
Alot of progress has been made since I announced and started this latest DIY endeavour only 3 weeks ago. It’s amazing how one change can totally impact the aesthetic of a space. As you know, my home is my experimental playground which is constantly work in progress, and this stair makeover has been an incredible update.
Take a look at the result…