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Entryway indoor rugAn entryway indoor rug should be both fashionable and functional. Your rug should make an impression on your guests the moment they step through your doors, while also catching dirt and debris. Choosing the best rug for your entryway takes looking at the décor of the rest of the room and home, as well as the size and shape of the rug you’ll need. Find the ideal fit for your entryway floors with these tips.

Measure Your Entryway

Before you get to the fun part, you have to find out the dimensions of your ideal entryway rug. Most entryway rugs are either runners, rectangle-shaped, or oval depending on the shape of the area. Long, hallway-style entries, for example, do best with runners. Take out a measuring tape and take the measurements of where you want to put your rug. Leave space around the edges for a clean look.

Choose Your Style

Once you know what size and shape you’re looking for, focus on the style. Consider the material, thickness, type, color, pattern, and features of your perfect rug. If you don’t know where to begin, browse a site like Pinterest for entryway décor inspiration. Some of the trendiest options are bold patterns and faux-fur rugs. Make your entryway rug pop to set the tone for the rest of your home.

Place Your Rug Perfectly

Entryway rugs should be directly in front of your front door to make the most impact and collect the most dirt. If you have a double-door entryway, get a rug that’s large enough to sit in front of both doors for the most powerful look. Otherwise, place your rug where it will be the most useful. If you have an area of your room for shoes, for example, place a rug in that vicinity to collect debris. Don’t be afraid to combine entryway rugs with area rugs in an open floor plan home!

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