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9 Ways of Adding Rug to Your Room with Flair

Rug not only gives softness and warmth to your feet, it also helps show your personal style and adds dimension to your room. There are various sizes, types of materials and patterns to choose from. A rule of thumb is that it’s used to complement the room by bringing cosiness and atmosphere to the room.

1. Geometric Wool Rug

Geometric Wool Rug(image credit: houzz.com)

A navy blue area rug adds geometric pop and color to an otherwise neutral-toned living room. Choose a rug that is 100% wool and free of chemical additives, providing extra peace of mind in a home with kids.


2. Vivid Color Rug

Vivid Color Rug(image credit: houzz.com)

A chic rug. When a space is outfitted in white head to toe, it might be boring without a twist. This area rug with rich red and orange patterns adds a wealth of warmth to this white room.


3. Flat-Weave Rug

Flat-Weave Rug(image credit: houzz.com)

What an amazing combination! This flat-weave rug complements with the bright-colored drape unexpectedly. This drape has a pop of color without it being overwhelming, thanks to this neutral rug. If you go with bright curtains, choose a neutral rug, if you pick a colorful rug, stick with neutral drapes. Besides, flat-weave rug is easier to keep clean than one with a thick pile.


4. Black and White Geometric Rug

Black and White Geometric Rug(image credit: houzz.com)

This dark-colored patterned rug is perfect for not showing any spills and stains and strongly recommended for busy area. This cotton rug holds up well and its dark color creates a contrast with the white kitchen furnishing.


5. Statement Rug

Statement Rug(image credit: houzz.com)

This exuberant blue area rug creates a strong pop of color which is echoed in the dining chair fabric, giving vibrancy to a space filled with natural light. If you’ve shied away from using an extravagant color rug, this is a good example of using a bold color rug in such a big space.


6. Neutral-Toned Rug

Neutral-Toned Rug(image credit: houzz.com)

This modern-looking area rug is tying all the furniture together in the same beige and gray tones and defines the living room. A proper-size rug can bring warmth and comfort to a living room like nothing else. This rug also helps reduce the bounce and echo in the room. Using gray instead of black will result in less contrast, meaning your room will look larger. This could be just what you want for a small room.


7. Eye-Catching Patterned Rug

Eye-Catching Patterned Rug(image credit: houzz.com)

This trellis-patterned rug picks up on the color of the furnishings in turquoise. It helps define the seating area and warm the floors as well as unites the artworks on the wall. This room has plenty of natural light and makes you feel closer to the nature.


8. Oriental Rug

Oriental Rug(image credit: houzz.com)

Add an antique Persian rug to a contemporary living room to inject warmth and pull the design together. A modern living room could look cold with contemporary furniture but an antique Persian rug will balance up the room.


9. Polka Dot Rug

Polka Dot Rug(image credit: houzz.com)

Add fun to your nursery room with a polka dot rug! The rug complements the drape by picking up on the blue color in the animal pattern and the Teddy Bear’s t-shirt.

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