Isabelline One-of-a-Kind Lorain Hand-Knotted 3′ x 3’5 Wool Beige/Brown Area Rug Isabelline
Who does not want a designer rug? A rug specially designed by top designers. But there are some things you need to keep in mind before buying designer rugs. Many people have questions about how to choose a designer rug?
Here are some tips from designer Scot Meacham Wood to help you choose a designer rug.
Flooring is a good part of any interior design, but it can also be an important part of the budget. First, consider the sizes and then the style of the rug.
Dining Room: Scot Meacham Wood usually takes on the size of the dining room table surface and adds 6 feet. So if your dining table is 3 & 6 x 6 & # 39; is great, look for a 9? x 12 & # 39; big carpet. This is important because it keeps all four legs of your dining chairs on the carpet, even when pulled away from the dining table.
For living room: Again, you have to see where the legs of your furniture land. The size of the carpet must be chosen so that the front legs of all furniture in the seating area are correctly placed on the carpet. If the back legs of the furniture are also on the carpet, this ideally helps to unify the space.
For bedrooms: The best idea for your bedroom is that more than half of your rug can be placed under your bed.
Another way to determine the size of the carpet for your bedroom is to measure the size of the bedroom and then subtract it by about 1½ feet. This gives you a 9-inch edge with exposed ground on each side.
Dining rooms are often furnished with large chairs and a wooden table, so a pattern style complements the space with some interest. If your furniture is already filled with heavy patterns, look for a carpet that has a fancy pattern or a solid color.
Now for the materials: The most important thing to remember is how hard you will be on the floors. Wool is recommended because it is easiest to clean and care for. Silk and viscose are also charming, giving the room a wonderful look.