come in three types -- Area Rugs, Room sized floor rugs and
Throw rugs -- But which is best for you ?...
When many people
think of rugs they imagine something that defines an area of
a room. These type of rugs are commonly known as area rugs.
Area rugs are normally sized from 3 feet x 5 feet up to 12 feet
x 15 feet and are available in many different styles and materials.
Room sized rugs are sized to fill, or almost fill the complete
floor space in a room. For a small room one of the larger
area rugs may be suitable. For a larger room a piece of carpet
can be cut to leave a border of between 12 and 18 inches between
the carpet and the wall. The edges of the carpet can then
be neatly finished off.
Small area rugs up to 3 feet x 5 feet are often known as
throw rugs. These are ideal for decorating a piece of furniture,
or for scattering in a room.
This site aims to provide you with the information you need
to choose the perfect rugs for you home. From area rugs to
throw rugs, wool rugs to shag rugs. Once you have decided
on the type of rug, visit our buyers guide to help you choose
the online retailer that gives you the best choice and value
braided rugs use a range of rug braiding styles
Braided rugs and the craft of rug braiding first became popular
in the 1830's. Today, machine made braided rugs are readily
available, and the craft of rug braiding is as popular as
rugs are perfect for a contemporary room
Flokati rugs have been made for generations, but fit perfectly
into the most contemporary room, in keeping with shag rugs
generally. This style of modern rug adds a fantastic warmth
and beauty to any room.
rug patterns make rug making simple
A penny rug pattern is used whilst rug making to show you
the design of the penny rug being produced. Penny rug patterns
come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, square rugs being the
area rugs make great floor, throw and hearth rugs
Wool area rugs are commonly used as floor rugs, throw rugs
and even hearth rugs. This diverse range of uses that wool
area rugs are used for, is due mainly to the fantastic natural
properties of the wool itself.
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