7 Ways to Decorate Your Home With Area Rugs

If you are looking to furnish your new home or office or plan to quickly redecorate your space, you should consider shopping for area rugs. Area rugs are easily the most versatile element in interiors and home decoration. A simple piece of rug, or an elegant carpet, it will add instant charm, changing the personality of the room and the elements in it. It can be as inexpensive or as expensive you want. These days, area rugs come in so many different designs, colors, themes, shapes and combinations. If you are planning to decorate your home with area rugs, read below to find out 7 ways to do it easily.

1. Think of elements that can fit in

If your kitchen is too small, it is only natural that you want something that to open it up. Use a bright carpet in solid color or a light colored carpet with floral motif. If your elegant living room looks bland, get a rich Persian carpet which can become the focus.

2. Select area rugs to fit into a theme

Some people like to follow a theme for their rooms. If your room is already in a theme, it is probably the easiest to get a rug to match the theme. If you have Persian furniture, get a Persian carpet. Or add a country style rug to cane or bamboo furniture.

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Shag is Back

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.

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How to use Natural Area Rugs in your Home

Are you making more environmentally friendly choices in your home?  One way you can carry your eco-friendly choices into your home is by natural area rugs. There are many choices and different materials you can choose from when it comes to Natural Area Rugs, we want to inform you a little bit more about these Natural Area Rugs. You can take advantage of their natural properties and these rugs will not only help protect the environment but enhance your home as well.

Wool and Sisal Area Rugs

The high quality Wool and Sisal Area Rugs are renowned for both their softness and their durability. The combination of wool and sisal gives you the durability and texture of sisal combined with the softness and comfort of wool.

Wool and sisal area rugs are known for their comfort, natural, lasting beauty and appeal, adding style to any room. We recommend using wool/sisal rugs in your living rooms and bedrooms.

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10 Reasons to Own an Environmentally-Friendly (Natural Area Rug)

The warming of the earth is greatly affecting millions of once stable and now extremely delicate ecosystems around the world. It is up to each and every one of us to do our part to reduce these emissions and the disposal of toxic elements into our environment that causes greenhouse gases to be emitted.

Believe it or not, even the smallest thing that you buy can help change the tide of global warming that is plaguing our planet. When it comes to area rugs, there are some ways that you can do your part for the environment. What follows are the top ten reasons to buy environmentally-friendly area rugs and truly do your part.

- Natural area rugs will not harm the environment because they are made with natural materials.
- There are no harmful chemicals, curing agents or dyes found in environmentally-friendly area rugs.
- You are not laying waste to irreplaceable portions of foresting and vegetation when you buy natural area rugs; they come from easily and naturally renewable sources.
- Environmentally friendly area rugs do not emit harmful indoor pollutions, otherwise known as volatile organic compounds.
- Most natural area rugs materials are imported from other, poorer regions around the world. By purchasing these highly sought after, natural materials you are supporting growing economies.
- Natural materials will decompose when discarded without harming the environment.
- Purchasing a natural rug versus a synthetic rug that uses dangerous and harmful chemicals that can contribute to the decline of the environment, is just another way that you can do your part.
- Natural material rugs tend to be more durable and reliable than synthetic material rugs.
- Common natural materials, like sisal, mountaingrass and seagrass area rugs, are naturally anti-static, fire-retardant and stain-resistant.
- Natural materials like New Zealand Wools repel odors from your home and are naturally anti-bacterial.

Why You Should Use Area Rugs

When you want to improve the look of a room, but don´t have a lot of time or money to spend redecorating, then you can simply add an area rug to spice up your room. Natural fiber area rugs are an excellent choice, especially when you choose a high quality, natural area rug that accentuates your home decor perfectly.
Whether you choose an Earth friendly area rug or a traditional Jute area rug made from a cotton blend, you will not be disappointed in the quality and style you receive.

Earth Friendly Materials

The materials used in natural rugs include bamboo, mountain grass, Sisal and wool. While it is easy to imagine an area rug that is made of natural fibers as being dull, modern methods of coloring and manufacturing natural fibers has not only improved the appearance of natural fiber area rugs, but their durability as well.
Materials like bamboo and mountain grass make a more rigid area rug, while wool adds a touch of softness to any room. The best thing about natural area rugs, however, is that there is a minimal impact on the Earth from production and manufacturing.

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