A RUG CAN SET THE TONE OF YOUR ENTIRE LIVING SPACE
You need your rug to set boundaries and ground your furniture
Nothing compares to the soft, luxurious feeling of carpet under your feet. Carpeting provides a safe, comfortable spot for kids to play and may even reduce the risk of injury during a fall. Sure, carpet requires a bit of extra maintenance compared to vinyl or tile, but there’s simply no substitute in terms of sound absorption, warmth and overall comfort.
Before we choose the rug together, we will ask several questions to you:
- What type of lifestyle do you lead? Are you chasing muddy children through the house? Do you have pets? A white shag carpet is probably a bad idea in those instances.
- What is your overall style? Look to complement the style of the space. An area rug doesn’t need to match everything in the room, but it should work with the tones and textures of the existing furnishings.
- Does your style change with the seasons? Will that rug work with next year’s decor?
- Are you going to be moving? Going larger or smaller means the rug might not work in a new space. I’ve seen a lot of people trying to fit giant area rugs into much smaller spaces. Folding a rug under isn’t really a great style choice.