Shag rugs have been a popular addition to homes for several years, and are a great way to add some style and color to even the most neutrally colored spaces. There are several types of shag rugs available, including high quality wool and chenille.
Types of Shag Material
There are three main types of shag rugs: Synthetic shag rugs made from synthetic silk and rayon blends, wool shag rugs and chenille shag rugs. Depending on your personal tastes and the use you have planned for your rugs, each of these three choices has some advantages.
Synthetic shag rugs can be used in high traffic areas with little damage from constant wear and tear. Synthetic rugs are also less costly than natural fiber rugs and chenille shag rugs.
Chenille and wool shag rugs are more comfortable, however. Chenille is one of the softest materials available, and is a high quality material that will not shed as other types of shag rugs, especially synthetic rugs, are known to do. Chenille shag rugs also have a comfy one inch pile that makes it one of the softest, most comfortable rugs available.
Wool shag rugs are also an excellent choice for comfort and durability. Wool shag rugs do shed, however, and are best for low traffic areas such as bedrooms or formal living rooms. Wool shag rugs are slightly deeper than chenille rugs, making them comfortable even after a long day of work.