Shag Area Rugs
Natural Area Rug's shag rugs add a touch of style and luxury to any interior setting, whether you’re looking for a retro look or a warm, cozy area rug in front of your fireplace. Their plush look and texture soften the look of stone or hardwood floors.
Our imported shag area rugs are hand-tufted of Acrylic Yarn or 100% Wool Yarn or Acrylic/Rayon Blend. Their soft look and feel and will add warmth and substance to any interior setting. Our shag rugs range from 1" or 2 1/4" in height and are woven with a cotton base. For a warm, soft feeling under foot, select a shag rug with a pile of over 2 inches. The higher the pile is, the softer and more luxurious the rug.
Consider a shag area rug to add a touch of luxury and comfort to your room. The beneficial attributes include:
* Acrylic Yarn, Rayon, Wool Yarn or Acrylic/Rayon Blend * Soft and Durable * Hand-tufted – Imported * Cotton base * Natural Color
For everyday cleaning simply shake the rug to remove loose dirt and fluff the pile. You should go over your carpet regularly using an upright vacuum cleaner that has beater-bar action (but no teeth or combs). Professional cleaning is recommended for deep cleaning of shag area rugs. We also recommend use of a non-slip rug pad to prevent movement on smooth floors.
Natural Area Rugs have made a commitment to excellence by providing exceptional quality fiber flooring. We select only the finest fibers for our area rugs that blend modern technology with classic textile traditions. Nature provides variations of color and fiber thickness which combine to make each of our area rugs truly unique.
Always refer to care tags attached to your rugs for specific instructions.
As is true with all fashion trends, both classic and neo, year in and year out the trends are most certain to change. The most common reoccurring trend in the world of home décor and fashion are vintage trends that come back to the fore years after they went out. Trends like the new shag carpeting trend, a trend that truly has not been seen in homes since the late seventies, but is now coming back strong with area rugs and carpeting. Learn more...