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Make Your Home More Attractive

An area rug can be a fabulous addition to the interior design of your home. Area rugs are currently available in a variety of shapes including rectangle, square, oval, round and so on to match your preferences in interior decoration. When you are planning to renovate your home, make sure to utilize round area rugs, the perfect floor furnishing alternative that can significantly enhance your living room décor.

Dazzling Colors and Designs for Exceptional Elegance

By furnishing the floor of your living room with round wool rugs, you can substantially improve its appearance and appeal. Round wool rugs make rooms with limited space as well as uniquely shaped and fully furnished living rooms aesthetically appealing.

To precisely suit the interior decorations of your home, round area rugs are available in an assortment of eye-catching designs, colors and patterns. By selecting round shaped area rugs of appropriate dimensions and right color combinations you can enhance the overall elegance of the entire space. Light colored round area rugs impart a spacious look for your living room, whereas dark shaded rugs generate more warmth in your living room.

At present, to provide better durability, round area rugs made of both natural fibers and synthetic materials including acrylic, polypropylene, sisal, wool, nylon, cotton and jute are widely available in the industry. Cotton rugs can be used in living rooms. Rugs made of natural fibers are more environment friendly, whereas synthetic rugs are stronger.

Easy to Maintain and More Durable

Another significant benefit of using round  rug pads for decorating your living room floors is that, you can easily refashion the entire area by making the minimum of investments. As far as the maintenance process is concerned, these area rugs are easy to clean and are more durable.

Before purchasing round area rugs for enhancing the interiors of your living rooms, it is important to purchase area rugs of the right dimensions and design patterns that go well with the interior design of your home.

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Posted by on November 18, 2009 in rugs


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Rugs and Carpets

Fabrics used as floor coverings. They add beauty, comfort and warmth to a room, and help absorb sound. Rugs and carpets also help protect floors and provide a safeguard against falling. Most rugs and carpets are used in homes and other buildings, but some cover outdoors surfaces. Some rugs are used as decorative wall hangings.

The words rug pads and carpet are sometimes used interchangeable, but they refer to different types of floor coverings. A rug covers only part of the floor of a room and is not fastened down. A carpet covers an entire floor as is nailed or tucked down.

An authentic oriental rug is a handmade carpet that is either knotted with pile or woven without pile.  Oriental – design rugs made by machine, made through hand-tufting or any method other than hand-knotting or hand-weaving are not considered authentic oriental rugs.

Oriental carpets served many uses besides covering floors. They made handsome curtains, served as tribute money, and were frequently gifts of one state to another. They were used as blankets, canopies, coverings for tent openings, and tomb covers. They have also made excellent saddle covers and storage bags for use in tents. Such modest rugs were always close to the life of the people, who lavished care on them and into them wove life-protecting symbols. Other, more bizarre, uses have included assisting in the demise of al-Mustaʿṣim, Baghdad’s last caliph—who in 1258 was wrapped in a carpet and beaten to death—and dramatically enhancing Cleopatra’s introduction to Julius Cesar, when she stepped out of an unrolled rug. In less well-documented instances, they have assumed magical properties and taken flight.

These rugs normally come from a broad geographical region extending from China and Vietnam in the east to Turkey, Maghreb countries and Iran in the west and the Caucasus in the north to India in the south. People from different cultures, countries, racial groups and religious faiths are involved in the production of oriental rugs.

Oriental rugs are organized by origin Persian rugs, Anatolian rugs, Kurdish rugs, Caucasian rugs, Central Asian rugs, Turkestanian rugs, Chinese rugs, and Tibetans Rugs.

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Posted by on November 17, 2009 in Uncategorized


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