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Layering rugsThe ‘layered rugs’ look has gained popularity, adding to the style benefits a rug can bring to any room (image shown is for reference only). Layered rugs can add texture and pattern to the decoration in your home, make the room feel larger. Consider some of these things the next time you are deciding what rugs to place in the rooms around your home.

Layer Two Patterns

One great option for rug layering is putting two patterns on top of each other. Take a larger rug with a simple pattern and lay another, smaller, more eccentric rug on top of it. Make sure the patterns contrast enough to see a difference, while still looking as if they fit together. The look is especially fun if the base rug has tassels that can provide more texture.

Replace a Runner with Multiple Rugs

Most people place runners in their hallways. Consider choosing two smaller rugs and layering them together to fill the long space. You can even put the rugs at an angle if you want your home to seem even more unique.

Use Different Colors

One of the reasons layering rugs has become more popular is because they want fun colors in their rooms but do not want the entire floor to be covered in a bright color. Vibrant colors will pop if they are layered on top of a more neutral-colored rug. If you want to add more color, you can layer two brightly colored rugs and give the room a whimsical look.

Layer a Smaller Rug in Your Bedroom

Many people have begun layering rugs by laying several large area rugs to cover their bedroom floors. Try adding a smaller rug next to your bed where you usually put your feet when you are getting out of bed. It will provide a fun accent and add some cushioning when you are trying to get moving in the morning.

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Layering Rugs and You: Using Several Rugs to Add Texture to Your Room