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How an Area Rug Can Solve Common Interior Design Challenges

Decorating homes can present several challenges. Some rooms in your home may seem too small, while others don’t have enough light. Even if making structural changes like adding extensions, skylights, and windows isn’t an option right now, you can still your interior design challenges without breaking the bank.

The fact remains that an indoor rug can be used to solve several very common design challenges, so you don’t have to endure the stress and cost that comes along with a major home renovation. The following list describes three ways that rugs can resolve frequent design issues in your home:

  1. Brighten Dark Rooms

Bringing light to a dark room is a sure-fire way to make it more appealing. To brighten a room that lacks radiance, it is important to lighten the floors. If you can’t replace a dark floor, cover the area with a light-colored rug. This not only illuminates the area, but it makes it appear more open.

  1. Unify furniture

When your room is missing harmony it appears to lack an authentic “finished look”, the addition of a neutral area rug can help bring a scattered room together by anchoring your furniture around the centerpiece of a room, like the bed in a bedroom, or the coffee table in a living room. Rugs can also connect parts of a room that may otherwise appear to be disjointed like blinds, side-tables and dining tables.

  1. Enlarge Room Size

When using a rug to help your room look bigger, it’s important to make sure it is a properly sized. Though there are no official rules within interior design for choosing specific rugs for particular room sizes, a common mistake people make is buying a rug that is too small for their space. Experts say the best way to determine the correct rug size for a room is to make sure that it is big enough for all of the room’s furniture to sit upon.

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3 Simple Home Improvement Projects to Do This Winter

If you’re like most people, there are several more months of winter to get through before spring will be sprung. As nationwide cold temperatures make it difficult to get out and about, you might find yourself feeling bored and stir-crazy.

But before vowing to move to somewhere that has a warm climate year-round, why not consider making the most of being trapped indoors by working on some home improvement projects (indoors of course)?

Help improve the atmosphere of your home overall by following these three easy home improvement projects that you might want to attempt before the spring comes:

  1. Repaint

If you want to brighten your mood – or if you’re tired of looking at the color of your walls, repaint them with a cheery color to lessen the effects of the gloomy weather. A new coat of paint can lift the spirit and the atmosphere of the entire room, but don’t forget to open your windows to let fresh air in while painting.

  1. Brighten Up Your Room(s)

It may be dark outside, but this doesn’t mean that it has to be dark inside your home as well. Installing new lights, lamps, or a brand new area rug can be a simple and affordable project that will have a lasting effect on the radiance of your home. Rugs provide the added benefit of warming up your space throughout the remaining cold months and will be good for trapping pollen once spring arrives in full.

  1. De-clutter

Winter is the best time to work on getting organized before the nice weather arrives. After all, no one wants to spend a sunny day indoors sifting through a cluttered garage or closet. Rather than trying to tackle your entire home at once, commit a few hours each day to cleaning out various areas. Start with something small like a shelf or set of drawers, and work your way up to larger spaces like your closet and the garage. Not only will taking it slow help you pace yourself, but you’ll be able to see the progress you make as the days go by.

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New Year, New Space: Cure Your Winter Woes With a New Rug

Now that the holiday season is over, it’s not uncommon for people to feel down as they return to their day-to-day lives. A great way to keep the post-holiday blues away is to create a serene and calm environment in your home with  new rug.

Most people instinctively recognize that rugs can change the way they feel about a room, but what many don’t realize is that a good rug is more than a simple decoration. Here are three reasons why the effects of a fresh new rug can brighten up your winter and keep the post-holiday blues at bay.

Warmth

With the cold months of the winter still ahead, a new rug is a great way to insulate your home after the holiday season. Most know that rugs and carpeting are warmer than hard surface flooring, but many are unaware that they also have greater insulating value, especially if the rug has a pad under it.  Though a good rug can help increase the warmth in any room, they offer a special benefit to basements and areas where the floors can get outright cold.

Relax Energy Flow

Many people intuitively know that a rug can make a room feel more comfortable. Feng shui provides additional insight to this idea, as energy travels faster over hard surfaces and slower over soft surfaces according to these principles. Fast flowing energy can create an atmosphere of anxiety. Rugs assist in this area by slowing the energy flow down, thereby creating a more serene atmosphere inside a room.

Harmonize Furniture

Without a rug, furniture can seem as though it is floating aimlessly within a space. A rug can help anchor your furniture, but it should be large enough that the main pieces of furniture can all sit on the rug, or at least have the front legs fit comfortably. This anchoring technique can help create a more stable and comfortable environment for you and your family throughout the new year.

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The Ultimate Rug and Carpet Selection Guide

“Some find a beautiful space, others make a space beautiful.”

H.I. Khan

 

As technology continues to flourish, we often forget about basic things in life that does not have a battery or screen.  Things that bring stability and comfort in one’s life.  Simple things that can be brought into a room and add color.

Yes, we’re talking about a rug.  Not only does a rug bring comfort to a person, but it also brings out the creativity that may be locked away.  Rugs are a great inexpensive solution to showing your creativity, but, choosing the perfect rug can be daunting.

In recent years the rug business has evolved; choosing the best rug for your home or business has become an exact science with the help of carpet experts.  From selecting the correct size of a rug to the steps to color and finally ordering, the process has been streamlined to you, the consumer. Koeckritz Rugs, provides complementary samples to make selecting your perfect rug easy!

This article will be your ultimate rug and carpet selection guide from beginning to end!

Selecting the Size

Will you need to cover the entire floor or just part of it? What if you only have a small confined space, what’s the right proportion of the size of the rug?

 

Lesley Myrick, an interior designer in the above YouTube video, provided a quick guide in choosing the proper size of rug(s)s for your space. It even provides recommendations about rug placement.

In a more detailed approach, here are more tips regarding rug size broken down room-by-room:

Bedroom

If you are narrowing your search to one large rug to be placed adjacent to your bed, we recommend that the rug extend at least 2-3 feet on either side of the bed. If a rug of that size is simply out of your price range, a good alternative is to opt for a traditional “bedside” layout. This features two small rugs on either side of the bed and one rug at the foot of the bed. For a guest room or kids’ room with two beds, consider placing one rug between them.

Hallways

Many people forget about hallways when they are decorating with rugs.  A runner is a beautiful solution to make a statement in this often neglected space. First, measure the hallway and then subtract 12 inches from the length and width. This will allow for a six-inch border all around. If you have an extra long hallway, using two runners laid end to end is perfectly acceptable.  You may also want to consider investing in a rug pad, which will protect both the rug and the floor from scuffs.

 Complete article: http://laurenconrad.com/blog/2015/04/odds-ends-how-to-choose-the-right-size-rug-for-your-room-lulu-georgia/

However, should you need further assistance regarding the best rug size, please contact the experts at Koeckritz Rugs at (847) 859-5459.

Choosing the Right Color

Solids and colors and patterns! Oh, my!

You’re almost ready to really begin your rug shopping. Your next step should be taking a quick inventory of your color scheme. To tie the look of the room together, you’ll want to select a rug that complements the main colors in the room.

If you visit a physical store, we suggest you take along a throw pillow and a color swatch of your drapes, furniture or wall colors with you. It’s incredibly hard to visualize how the colors will work together without any reference.

Use these basics to get you started on your hunt:
1) If your primary furniture, such as a sofa, is a solid color, consider selecting a patterned rug.
2) Match the secondary color in a patterned rug to your sofa. Match the third rug color to your pillows, drapes, wall color or other accents in the room.
3) If your primary furniture is upholstered in a pattern or is elaborate in design, a solid-colored rug would work really well.
4) Make sure a solid-colored rug complements your sofa color, and match it to the accent colors in the room, such as artwork or a vase.
5) Since a rug serves to anchor the room, the color and style of your rug can establish the mood. Dark, rich colors help define a more intimate space while lighter colors make a smaller space appear larger. Spicy hues such as yellow, orange or red add warmth while cool colors create calm, especially in a sunny room.

Excerpt from http://www.howtodecorate.com/2011/02/choosing-the-right-rug/

Choosing a Color Scheme

Color is important. It helps to define our mood and our overall sense of style. Cool colors like purple, blue and green are said to be calming and relaxing. Warm colors such as red, orange and yellow lift our mood and pump up our energy levels.

Rich, dark jewel tones such as burgundy, burnt orange, mahogany and hunter green often set a more traditional and formal style. Bright blues, yellows, greens and reds create a more Provencal or Scandinavian feel depending on which textiles and furniture you choose. Sleek black and silver usually lend themselves to a contemporary look. Pastels lend well to shabby chic, country, cottage and beachfront-inspired décor.

When choosing color schemes for your home it is often best to choose colors that are either directly opposite from one another on the color wheel (complementary colors) or directly next to each other on the color wheel (tertiary colors). These are the colors that are most harmonious with each other and they tend to produce the best looking interiors.

Source article: http://www.arearugfacts.com/decorating_with_color.php

Alternatively, you can call 847-859-5459 and a Koeckritz Rug expert will be happy to assist you in choosing the best rug color for your home.

Consider the Traffic

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The infographic above shows that we also need to take into consideration foot traffic. There are rugs more suited for entry ways rather than for bedrooms.  Also, how do you want the rug to feel?  Plushy?  Woven?  The infographic will be your guide in choosing the right material from the four categories.

Choosing the Material

The look, feel, durability and value of a rug has a lot to do with the materials used during manufacturing. If you want a rug that meets your needs immediately and are not concerned with its longevity, then any rug will do. However, if you prefer to get many years of use, then select luxury materials are a much better choice.

Let’s start with an overview of the various types of materials commonly used in manufacturing rugs. Just as the characteristics will vary between the types of rug materials, so will the cost. In-depth information on various types of materials can be found on their respective pages.

There are two groups of rug materials:

Natural: Animal or plant fibers, including wool, cotton, sisal, jute, seagrass or bamboo.

Synthetic: Man-made material such as viscose, rayon, nylon, acrylic or polypropylene/olefin.

Wool is widely used and it is the main component of higher quality pile area rugs. Most wool comes from sheep, but it can also come from goats, llamas or alpaca. Wool is a resilient material and it has greater durability than synthetic material. Wool absorbs and retains dyes amazingly well. It is naturally resistant to fire, water and stains. Wool area rugs also naturally resist dust mites, which is important to people with allergies, because dust mites can aggravate allergies.

Cotton is a natural fiber that is strong and durable. Area rugs made of cotton can easily absorb and retain a wide variety of dyes, which provides the user with a multitude of color choices. In rug making, cotton is often used in conjunction with wool. Area rugs made with the cotton-wool blend have a nice feel, especially on bare feet. Cotton-wool rugs usually cost less than all-wool rugs, but people should be aware that cotton has a tendency to wear out sooner than wool.

Sisal, extracted from the leaves of the ‘Agave Sisalana’ plant, is the most popular of the plant fibers used for rug making. This plant, sometimes called the American Aloe or Century Plant, is native to Central America, but is now grown all over the world, especially in Java, East Africa and Mexico. Even though sisal is only one of the plant-based rug materials, the name has come to be used generically for all plant-based rug materials. Sisal has long, fine fibers that allow it to be made into smooth textured yarn. Sisal rugs are anti-static, sound absorbing, flame retardant and long lasting, all of which make sisal rugs worthy of your consideration.

Jute, made from stem fiber plants, comes mainly from India and China. Jute is well-suited for making durable yarns and fabrics because of its stability and firmness. Like other plant fibers such as sisal and coir, jute has a nice look when made into rugs, but it can be coarse and also susceptible to stains. This is just one of the reasons that natural and synthetic rug materials might be blended together to make area rugs.

Seagrass (also spelled sea grass, with a space) comes from a tall plant found in wetlands areas. It has grass-like stems and is a durable material for rugs. Seagrass is known for its non-porous surface that gives it a naturally smooth texture. It has a hay-like smell and color, both of which will fade over time.

Nylon, another of the synthetic rug materials, is widely used in rug making. Nylon rugs have great characteristics such as uniformity and strength as well as stain and soil resistance. Nylon area rugs come in an unlimited variety of colors and they can be easily cleaned. The resilient nature of nylon rigs makes them a good choice for placing under furniture and for areas of heavy traffic. The cost of a nylon rug is usually less than that of rugs made from natural materials. However, nylon rugs do not hold their value as well as a quality wool or silk area rug.

For further reading regarding rug materials: http://www.area-rug-tips.com/rug-materials.html

As you can see, there are numerous materials to choose from with different pros and cons. If you feel a bit overwhelmed after reading that, please do not hesitate to call our rug experts at 847-859-5459.  We’ll guide you thru the process.

Thickness

If your rug is very thin or delicate, you probably shouldn’t dust it yourself. In fact, the looser the weave in the rug, the less dirt and grit will stay in the rug. The thicker the weave, the more particulates it can hold – up to 1 pound per square foot!

Source: http://www.noorandsonsrugs.com/rug-care-tips.cfm

This is a short and sweet tip, but nonetheless an important consideration in buying a rug. However, if you’d like to talk about the thickness of a rug in more details, feel free to call Koeckritz Rugs at (847) 859-5459 and an expert will be more than happy to speak with you.

Here’s another quick tip from Twitter regarding thickness: https://twitter.com/Channel9/status/570871565396520961

Settle on a Budget

Carpet dealers at most specialty rug stores will show you a range of rugs styles at various price points. Choosing a wool/polyester blend over silk or even wool will mitigate costs without sabotaging style. Or consider a machine-made rug while you save up for that hand-woven masterpiece.

Luxury rugs are designed to last a lifetime. Before handing over your credit card, take a rug home on approval to ensure you love your choice, the coloring is correct, etc.

Read more: http://www.styleathome.com/shopping/buying-guides/buying-guide-rugs/a/1016

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No Party Fouls Here! How to clean up wine spills and other mess on carpets and area rugs.

How to  Clean Wine Spills and Mess for Carpets and Area Rugs.

It’s that time of year for celebration! So Celebrate responsibility! Clean wine spills and other mess with these tips and tricks.

Wine Spills: The First Response.

Then take a clean cloth of paper towel and dab/blot the spill.  Get the excess wine up and out of the carpet or clothing fibers ASAP. Once you have the majority of the spill blotted up, use these methods below! To begin, you can take your favorite carpet shampoo and clean as you would if the wine stain were a bit of dirt on the carpet or rug. Depending on what you have on hand, you can remove a wine stain based on what you have available. An arsenal of everyday red wine stain removers includes hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, soda ash, vinegar, club soda, salt, white wine and Scotchgard’s Oxy Carpet Cleaner.

Hydrogen Peroxide and Baking Soda

-When red wine hits a white shirt, tablecloth or light colored carpet, try to blot up as much of the wine as possible and then spray hydrogen peroxide on the stain, followed by a hefty sprinkle of baking soda.

 -Make sure that the peroxide and soda fully cover the stained area and let it sit for 2-3 minutes. Then rinse with water. This method and the product, “Wine Away” are my go to for quickly and completely removing red wine stains.

White Wine for Red Wine Stains??

-Yes! When red wine is spilled onto your carpet or clothes, white wine can be your best friend. White wine will help neutralize red wine and will make it easier to lift the color off of carpet. Simply pour white wine over the stained area and very gently blot the liquid up with a thick clean towel. Careful not to rub as this will force the stain into the carpet fibers. If the stain is still visible… you can add salt or soda to continue lifting out pigment.

Club Soda and Wine Stains

-Club soda can be poured on the stain. The carbonation will help to lift the stain from the carpet fibers while the salt acts as a buffer. This keeps the stain from setting in.

Vinegar and Soap or Soda

-Vinegar does a nice job of neutralizing the purple pigments. It can be combined with the stain-fighting force of either laundry soap (dye free is best) or soda. Apply laundry soap or washing soda directly over the vinegar and give it a few minutes to soak in, then rinse and wash with a clean towel.

Oxy Carpet Cleaner

-Scotchgard’s Oxy Carpet Cleaner works well. It lifts stains and provides a stain protector to the area of the carpet it was used to clean. It is available at places like Target or Walmart for around $6.

 Salt – Who Knew?

Salt can be poured on the spill to keep the wine from setting.  You can then  figure out which method of clean up you would like to go with.

 

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How to Gift the Perfect Rug This Holiday Season

You know you want to gift something that lends opulence and luxury to any space, but you might not be sure which rug is best for the person you have in mind. You don’t want to spoil the surprise, but you want to purchase one the recipient is sure to love. Luckily, you can gift the perfect rug by answering a few simple questions.

What Type of Personality Does the Recipient Have?

Rugs can be highly expressive of the owner’s tastes and personality. For example, a custom cut rug in a bold color and plush material can speak volumes about the owner’s style. It’s important to get a rug that matches the recipient’s personality. The perfect rug can match traditional, modern, country, eco-friendly, or luxury décor. Ask yourself what type of personality the recipient has, and start your search from there.

What Room Are You Shopping For?

Have a specific room in mind when you rug shop for someone else. That way, you can decide on the color, size, and style of the rug accordingly and know for sure it will be the perfect fit. Next time you’re at the person’s home, look around for a space that a rug would improve. Rugs look great anywhere, but a few common places are beneath furniture, on stairs, next to sinks, and covering outdoor spaces. Take note of the color scheme and décor of the room, and think about a rug style that would complement the space. Take measurements if possible, and shop away!

Do You Need a Versatile Rug for Anywhere?

If you’re not exactly sure what type of rug the person would love, go with a rug that will improve any room. Perform a search for monochromatic background colors and mild, small-scale designs that won’t overwhelm picky recipients. Maximize versatility with a medium-sized rug. Make sure to only purchase from a company that has a return policy, just in case your gift recipient needs to return or swap the rug for a different style or size.

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Four Affordable Rug Styles for Any Taste

You might see dollar signs when you think of purchasing a new rug, but there are thousands of rug styles that fit virtually any holiday shopping budget. The person who receives the rug will think you spent a lot, when in reality you bargain shopped for a small, high-quality rug at KoeckritzRugs.com! Affordable rugs are thoughtful and long-lasting gifts that people will treasure for years to come. It’s the perfect gift for anyone this season.

Sports Team Rugs

Sports-themed rugs are great unique gifts for sports lovers in your family or circle of friends. They’re small and affordable, with a variety of favorite team logos and colors available at Koeckritz Rugs, Inc.

A sports rug is a great gift for hard-to-shop-for men. They’re functional, durable, and stylish – a gift the sports lover in your life will truly appreciate.  Choose from 4 different rug styles for each team!

Braided Jute Rugs

Know someone who’s eco-friendly? This year, impress him or her with a beautiful braided jute rug in color schemes that fit in anywhere. Koeckritz Rugs, Inc. has small to medium braided rugs suitable for any budget, with fun and attractive designs. Find braided rugs that feature fish, deer, bear, and moose for a nature-loving friend, or a simpler pattern that will complement existing décor.

Stylish Stair Treads

Virtually anyone with a hardwood staircase could use a set of stylish, safe, and functional stair treads. Stair treads are a safety must, especially for households that include the elderly or pets. Stair treads can add flair to any staircase, as well as an element of safety when they come custom-cut with treads that reduce slippage and increase traction.

Circle Seats

Circle seat rugs in fun, bright colors are ideal gifts for kids’ rooms, creative spaces, or classrooms. They are available in a wide range of sizes and colors at Koeckritz Rugs, Inc. at prices that start at just $35.

Purchase individual rugs, mix and match colors, or get a bargain when you buy sets of six.

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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year – For an Indoor Area Rug

It may be the season for giving, but who said that doesn’t include giving a little something to yourself? Spread the holiday cheer around your own home by buying yourself a beautiful new area rug.

Koeckritz Rugs has options for every style and budget, from luxury collections to small outdoor rugs. Rugs are excellent, long-lasting investments that can be just what you need in the midst of holiday shopping, baking, and decorating.

3 Benefits of Buying a New Rug

It’s always a good time for a new rug. Buying a new rug for any room can make it more stylish, comfortable, and livable. Rugs are great for indoor and outdoor spaces, and are some of the most affordable décor options that update and freshen entire rooms. Here are three reasons you should buy yourself a new rug this season:

  1. Home insulation. Covering your floors with area rugs can improve the comfort of your home during cold winter months. Rugs provide extra insulation and keep your toes warm while you walk around. Thick wool rugs are ideal for insulating cold rooms.
  2. Noise reduction. If you live in a home with high ceilings with irritating echoes, investing in a rug can help. Rugs are especially important in apartment complexes, where downstairs neighbors will appreciate the noise reduction when you have holiday guests.
  3. Add timeless style. Area rugs are accent pieces your home simply can’t go without. Rugs fill out and finish off a room, adding a touch of style and sophistication. There has to be at least one room in your house that would look better with a new rug!

Shopping for a new area rug for your home or apartment can be a fun and rewarding way to break up the holiday stress this year. Treat yourself to a new rug this holiday season and enjoy great limited-time sales at Koeckritz Rugs, Inc.

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Which Rug Reflects Your Style and Personality?

A rug can be one of the most important elements of a room; they soften sounds, provide comfort, and enhance interior designs. When you look at area rug choices, you may wonder which one best fits your style.

Should you choose one that’s traditional or contemporary? Will a Navajo, Persian, or Tibetan rug go best with your décor? Here are some of the most popular rug types explained.

Traditional Rugs

This type of rug features flowers and vines, medallions, and ornate borders. The very first ones came from Persia and lend an elegant, classic look wherever they’re used. Use them to separate formal seating and dining areas.

Vintage Rugs

Vintage rugs are extremely trendy whether you are designing a traditional space or a laid-back family room. They are available in patterns like those found on traditional rugs, but have the worn and faded look of an antique.

Natural-Fiber Rugs

These rugs are made from materials such as sea grass or jute. They’re durable and have complex woven textures that add visual interest. Choose them when you want to create a casual feel.

Moroccan Rugs

These fluffy, shaggy rugs have thick fibers that kept Moroccan mountain dwellers warm during the coldest months. Their softness adds a luxurious feel to bedrooms and looks inviting next to the fireplace.

Tibetan Rugs

Traditionally, Tibetan rugs come from highland sheep’s wool. They use a knotting method that is different from any other wool weaving. They come in many different types of designs that range from floral prints to tiger stripes.

Navajo Rugs

These rugs are textiles often woven by the Navajo people of the four corners. They feature bright colors including red, green, yellow, and black woven into angular patterns.

Contemporary Rugs

Contemporary rugs come in popular patterns like chevron or trellis. They are less formal than traditional rugs and are often easy-maintenance for busy families.

Koeckritz Rugs, Inc., provides pre-made rugs from area manufacturers and custom-cut rugs for every taste. Whether you’re looking for a faux animal print, a sports team logo. or chic modern shag, contact us today.

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How to Choose the Right Color Rug for Kids’ Rooms

Color is tied to emotion. When parents decorate a child’s room, they may design around a popular theme or character without realizing the impact a color rug has on childhood behavior. When choosing a rug for nurseries, playrooms, and bedrooms, parents should take the impact of color into consideration. Here are some colors that energize and excite along with hues that relax and soothe.

Warm Color Rug

For most people, warm colors create feelings of security as they visually warm cold spaces. They can also have an energizing effect. Here’s a breakdown of each hue’s impact on mood and behavior.

  • Red – Energizes the body and mind. It stimulates breathing and heart rate, and in some cases, it can increase aggression. Use red as an accent color but avoid it as a whole room choice when areas are used for sleeping or study.
  • Orange – This friendly color boosts confidence and communication, making it an excellent choice for siblings who share a room. An orange rug incorporates the color without making it too overwhelming.
  • Yellow – Cheerfulness results whenever this sunny color is used. Pale yellow helps children concentrate. Consider a soft yellow rug in the reading corner of a room.

Cool Colors

Cool blues and greens make children feel calm and relaxed, but they can also worsen feelings of sadness or depression. Here are some things to consider when decorating a child’s room with cooler hues.

  • Blue – This color lowers anxiety, aggression, and blood pressure. If your child has a hard time reining in his or her temper, a blue rug might offer a soothing place to cool off.
  • Green – Don’t hesitate to use green in any environment. This color improves reading comprehension and creates a feeling of positive well-being.

Koeckritz Rugs, Inc., has rugs in every shape, style, and color. Check out our children’s rugs today.

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New Year, New Space: Cure Your Winter Woes With a New Rug
The Ultimate Rug and Carpet Selection Guide
No Party Fouls Here! How to clean up wine spills and other mess on carpets and area rugs.
How to Gift the Perfect Rug This Holiday Season
Four Affordable Rug Styles for Any Taste
It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year – For an Indoor Area Rug
Which Rug Reflects Your Style and Personality?
How to Choose the Right Color Rug for Kids’ Rooms