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If you're looking to add a pop of color or texture to your space, there's nothing like a good rug. There are tons of options out there, though—so many that it can be difficult to figure out which one is right for your home. That's where this guide comes in! Here we'll break down the different types of rugs and materials so that you're able to pick the perfect piece for your home.
Choose a rug that complements your space.
Choosing a rug that complements your space is the first step to creating a beautiful home. Rugs come in all shapes, sizes and colors so there are endless options for you to choose from.
The second most important thing to consider when choosing a rug is its size. The size of your room will impact how big or small you want your rug to be; if it's small then perhaps something smaller than 6x9 inches would work best (like 5x8). If however it's large then maybe something bigger like 9x12 would fit better without taking up too much space on the floor!
Once you've decided on what type of area rug(s) will go into each room consider whether they need additional decorating items such as throw pillows or other accents which can help add more color & style into each space!
Consider the floor type.
When choosing a rug, it's important to consider the floor type. The most appropriate rugs for hardwood floors are generally flat-weave rugs like berbers or sisal because they're soft on the feet and won't scratch up your wood floors. If you have carpet, a shaggy area rug is an option--these tend to be more forgiving than other types of rugs when it comes to being stepped on by bare feet or shoes with heels.
Rugs that work well with tile floors include those made from cotton, linen and jute; these materials have natural fibers so they won't slip around underfoot as much as synthetic materials would (which means less cleaning!). Linoleum also works well with non-slip rugs since both are smooth surfaces that don't tend towards skidding around in high traffic areas like kitchens or bathrooms where accidents could happen at any moment! Laminate flooring is another good option because laminate has a built-in protective layer between itself and whatever else might be underneath--so even if something falls onto your laminate flooring while walking across it barefoot (or depending on what kind of shoes/heels), there shouldn't be any damage done!
Consider the number of people that will use your rug.
In addition to considering the size of your space, you should also think about how many people will use the rug. If you have small children or pets, then a thicker rug that has a stain-resistant backing may be ideal for your needs. If you have children and pets (or both), then it's best to get an extra-thick rug with durable backing so that it can withstand their mischief!
If this sounds like too much work for you--don't worry! We've got some great options in store for all kinds of lifestyles here at Ownkito:
Consider the material.
When you're deciding on a rug, it's important to consider the material. Natural fibers are more durable than synthetic ones, but they can also be more expensive and may require extra care when cleaning. Synthetic fibers tend to be easier on the wallet, but they can also be less comfortable and durable than natural materials.
When deciding between natural and synthetic fibers, consider these factors:
What type of wear will your rug get? If you want something durable enough for high-traffic areas like hallways or family rooms where people move around often, then look at rugs made from wool or cotton rather than polyester (which will likely wear out quickly). On the other hand if you only plan on using your area rug indoors--and therefore won't have many people walking across it--then go ahead and choose something smoother like nylon instead!
How much does this piece cost me? If money isn't an issue then go ahead and splurge on those luxurious looking silk ones because nothing says luxury better than silk threading throughout an entire piece while still maintaining its softness despite being made outta silk threads themselves!
Use a runner to define an entryway or hallway.
A runner is a narrow rug that can be used to define an entryway or hallway. Runners are usually 8' to 12' long and 2' to 4' wide, so they're perfect for defining a space that tends to get messy (like an entryway). They can also be used as a transition between rooms, or just as decoration if you want something colorful in your home but don't want anything too big.
If you're looking for a new rug, we hope that this post has helped you to understand some of the factors to consider. We know how difficult it can be to find the right rug, so if all else fails, just remember that there's no shame in going back to the store and asking for help!