Where to Start: Choosing Braided Rugs to Fit Your Style

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Where to Start: Choosing Braided Rugs to Fit Your Style

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By Junior Gupta April 26, 2022 Leave a comment Go to comments

Where to Start: Choosing Braided Rugs to Fit Your Style

Are you ready to pick out new braided rugs from your home? First things first, what are some prime areas to place indoor and outdoor braided rugs?

Ideas for placement:

·   Layering under a welcome mat

·   Under the kitchen table to style your dining area

·   Surrounding the desk in your home office

·   A runner in the kitchen for a soft spot to stand while cooking

·   Patio braided rugs for your outdoor living space

·   In the bathroom by the tub for warm feet

·   Under the piano in the sitting room

·   As a centerpiece in the great room

·   For added color in a child’s room or play area

·   Under the bed to step onto a cozy rug first thing in the morning

Once you decide where you want to place the rugs in your home, consider the shapes you can use to design your home. Rugs are huge statement pieces when you choose them wisely.

Available shapes include:

·   Oval: With the softened edges, you can choose an oval rug under your kitchen table or the bed in the main suite. Use small oval rugs by the bathroom sink or at the foot of a twin bed. This charming style can add color and texture to the space while providing comfort.

·   Round: Choose round braided rugs to section off a part of the room for a reading nook, as a welcome piece in the entryway, or in a child’s bedroom for whimsy and warmth.

·  Rectangular: You can choose large or small rectangular rugs. Use the large primitive rugs as area rugs in a gathering room or on the patio. Small rugs are perfect for the laundry room or guest room.

·   Runner: Line your hallway with coziness when you choose runner-style braided rugs. You can warm the floor of a tile kitchen or lead the way to the secondary bedrooms. Rugs will always add warmth, texture, and variety to your home.

After deciding where you want to place your rugs and which shapes will go where, it’s time to decide on the sizes. There are a variety of sizes available.

Consider these sizes:

Small Rugs: Coming in 20”x30” or 27”x45”, small rugs are essential to your home décor. Style your bathrooms with small braided rugs. Use the small sizes by the back door, the kitchen sink, or layered on top of a larger rug for depth.

Medium Rugs: 4’x6’ or 5’x8’ rugs can be placed in large rooms to make the room feel bigger, not reaching out to slide under the furniture. Instead, medium braided rugs frame the coffee table or emphasize the center of the room. Also, use the medium size for smaller bedrooms or entryways.

Large Rugs: When you choose an 8’x10’ rug, you are looking for a rug to fill the whole space of a room. Use it under patio seating to create a soft landing for your feet as you chat with friends and family while the sun goes down. In addition, let the rug stretch under the furniture in your family room so that your braided rug contributes an intimate feel to a large space.

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Make your home the farmhouse or coastal style of your dreams by adding the finishing touches. When you choose Homespice braided rugs, you can finally have a home that welcomes you with cozy charm at the end of a long day. Check out our Style Guide for photo inspiration, and start shopping today.

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