Bold, bright colors, as well as calming blue and green shades, exotic Moroccan-style hand wovens, and pattern play, are just some of the things you'll see when you explore area rugs.
Home rugs bring inspiration and are a crucial part of any interior design plan; they put the finishing touches on a room. When large area rugs are correctly positioned under significant furniture pieces, they anchor a room will define and separate an area.
Add visual interest without the overwhelm
Chevron is different from herringbone and is an arrangement of a band, like a stripe, in the form of a V (or inverted V). It's one of the most popular rug patterns because it makes a significant impact while still subtle, making it a terrific way to add color and texture. It's also easy to coordinate because a chevron pattern works with almost any background, including florals, so let your creative juices flow.
Have fun with colors and textures
We're talking about layering and, since these rugs are so portable, it's the ideal solution if you can't make up your mind! You can add some excitement or a bright geometric or tone down an already bold color and patterned rug with an earthy neutral. Cowhide rugs are hugely popular right now; have a little fun; it can look great over an earthy neutral.
Add the element of surprise to an unlikely place
Area rugs and runners are great ways to add some vibrancy and texture to a neutral kitchen. We know someone who did this in her all-white and bland kitchen. These rugs also serve a functional purpose; it makes standing easier, especially when you spend long hours preparing big family meals. Try a vintage-style rug to add some visual interest.
Turn your vision into reality with a custom rug
Just take your design to us, and we'll create it. We also have many stock area rugs in all styles from traditional to contemporary, handcrafted, handwoven, and fibers from wool to polyester and more. So come into the Havertown Carpet showroom in Havertown, PA, servicing Media, West Chester, Newtown Square, Newtown Square, Ardmore, and Bryn Mawr. Ask about our free quotes.