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How To Use Custom Area Rugs For Interior Design

Custom area rugIn the world of interior design, custom area rugs can make a room feel finished and inviting. You put a lot of effort into designing spaces to suit both form and function, and the placement of an area rug can transform your room both aesthetically and emotionally. If you’ve ever experienced the joy of walking barefoot on a soft fluffy carpet, then you understand this already. In terms of design, an area rug is often the missing piece in a room that should feel finished but somehow doesn’t. Often, you can get custom made area rugs to suit your individual needs. Here are some ways you can use area rugs to complete your almost-finished living space.

Area rugs can…

  • Add a pop of color or an interesting pattern to a neutral paletteIf you’ve ever seen those beautiful designer kitchens where the counters, cabinets, and backsplash are a lovely combination of white and taupe you know there is always a pop of color. The same idea can be used with a luxury rug. Giving your room the benefit of a striking color pop connecting your throw pillows to the carpet to a painting on the wall. Driving the aesthetic of your home.
 
  • Bring in a touch of whimsyAn area rug can be a great statement piece. Whether you’re hoping to bring out your cultural roots through an intricate pattern or you are trying to make it feel like your sitting on a beach somewhere drinking mimosas, using custom made rugs is a fun way to display your personality within your home.
 
  • Provide a grounding point for large objects that just feel offCustom made area rugs are an excellent way to give large objects, like a bed or sofa, a home. If you have a piece that is particularly attractive, say an antique with gorgeous woodwork, an area rug beneath it would draw the eye and create an aesthetic focus in the room.
  When considering interior design, the ideal distance that an area rug needs from the wall is between 12 and 14 inches. This provides an interesting layered effect similar to a matte finish to a painting. This contrast aesthetically frames the space. Because most rooms vary in size, it’s usually best to order custom size area rugs to work specifically in your spaces.

Carpeting Crimes You Need To Not Be Guilty Of

Carpeting crimesHave you ever taken the time to reflect on things you thought were cool? Years later, do some of those ideas make you shudder a little? We’re right there with you. In 2018, a Houzz study found that 48% of participants planned on decorating their homes. Why this number isn’t 100%, we’re unsure. We specialize in custom cut rugs. area rugs, braided rugs, luxury rugs.  Whatever you need, we have you — and your floor — covered. However, we won’t deny that there have been some historical design flaws in the world of rugs and we’re here to address them so those unfortunate histories don’t repeat themselves.

Bathroom carpeting

This has always been a mystery to us. We love rugs, but we know they don’t belong in a bathroom. For sanitary reasons we’re certain you can reason without us having to be explicit, this once-upon-a-time carpeting fad needs to be laid to rest. Some things in the design world make comebacks, but this is one we’ll fight tooth-and-nail to keep out of the rotation for good.

Carpeting on places that aren’t floors

Stemming from the past propensity to puts carpets in bathrooms, the same era thought it was cool to put them on walls. Even ceilings. A decorative, luxury rug hanging on a wall is artistic and fun. It can give a museum-esque feel to a room. Carpeting that just continues from the floor and creeps up the wall is not cool. Keep your carpets on the floor and everything is going to be fine.

That poor rug that needs to be retired

Whether an outdoor rug or an indoor rug, there’s always that one that needs to go. Luxury rugs or not, they don’t last forever. Knowing when your rug has gone from aged-stylish to gross-filth-sponge is supremely important. Keeping one around that’s run its course is never chic. There aren’t many rules to successfully laying rugs, but these few pillars are strongly suggested. If you follow those guidelines, your stylistic and creative choices beyond them are totally up to you. At least you now know that, no matter what, carpeted walls are not an option.

Rug Size Matters: Finding the Right Rug Size for Your Space

The perfect rug sizeRugs make great decorative additions to any room. They can add color and character to your home. However, you need to have the right size rug to fit the space. While rug style and design are big factors, rug size is the most important aspect for any rug. Follow these guidelines to find the perfect size rug for the rooms in your home.

Living Room

The best rug option for a living room is one rug that covers the entire space. This connects all the furniture and makes the room feel open and unified. Another option is to have only the front legs of the furniture on the rug. This works best for living rooms where all the furniture is pushed against the walls around the room. A third option for living room rug sizes is to have a small rug that only goes beneath the coffee table in the center of the room. It helps a small living room seem larger.

Dining Room

The preferred size of a dining room rug is clearer than with a living room rug. Dining room rugs should simply reflect the setup of the dining room table. If you have a rectangular table, you should get a rectangular rug that both the table and chairs can fit on easily. If you have a circular table, you should get a circular rug. Whatever option you choose, try to get a rug large enough so that all legs fit on it, thereby ensuring that each chair has an even ground to sit on.

Bedroom

Make sure that your rug size and placement are based around your bed size and location. If you do not want to have a single rug beneath your bed, you can have two smaller rugs that run on either side of your bed.

Hallway and Entry

Runner runs are always ideal for hallways. Try to get a rug that is not too large, so furniture legs are not on the rug. For the entry, choose a rug that reflects the shape and size of the space. Make sure the rug is small enough that the front door can still easily open.  Koeckritz will customize any rug to the shape and size needed for your area.