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5 Ways to use Rugs in your Space!

No doubt that rugs are the most ideal sustainable item to decorate your space and give it a more warm and homely feel.

Traditionally, Rugs have been used for the floors only, but things have changed now, and you can explore way too many ideas when it comes to rugs. Starting from dining to beds to walls, there are a lot of options available out there.

The untraditional way of utilizing the rug is a popular and in-demand technique that is loved by interior designers and architectures. The ideas have never been deemed right, considering the rug's texture, material, stuff, and most importantly the way it has always been used for centuries, never allowed us to experiment with this incredible piece of art. In this article, we would be coming up with some striking styling ideas that you are going to love for your space. 

Let’s see how we can bring change in our place with these freshly baked concepts!


1. In the Dining Room 

Luxe, elegant, and classic rugs look great anywhere in the room, but to make the dining area more interesting and traditional, Rugs are perfect to go under the table. 

You can create a Bohemian-chic setting for the get-t-gathers while adding a cozy feel with its textures and patterns, inspired from old nomadic times.

A plus is that it is a great addition to bring balance with the mismatched dining set, making it more natural with the addition of wooden furniture.


Why add Rugs under the dining table?

It is a great aesthetic addition that you can bring a noticeable change in your room if rightly placed with existing colors, hues, and patterns. For example, if you’re using a monochromatic color palette then a one-shade rug would complete your dining room, as it will expand and enhance that palette seamlessly. If you prefer vibrant colors, then rugs are the perfect piece of décor to make your space fun, bright, and lively with the addition of cheerful shades depicting the true personality of your house.



 - Don’t choose small rugs that barely fit the furniture.

 - Use painter's tape to wrap the table and chairs and make sure that you can pull the chairs without them leaving the perimeter.

 - If the chairs are halfway outside the perimeter of the rug then the rug is too small and need to be sized up


 Recommended Sizes for dining room: 8’x10’, 9’x12’

 Recommended Sizes for dining room: 6’x8’



2. In the Kitchen

Rugs in the kitchen is a traditional way of styling your kitchen, but here we have an idea to bring some uniqueness to your one.

Either going for just one runner, try two small rugs with some space in between. It can work well in the kitchen, giving it a bit different look.

Rugs are loved for their coziness combined with the casual look. The fact that nubby textures warm up the whole kitchen instantly makes them the perfect item for the décor. Also, there are washable pieces that so one doesn’t need to fear the spills happening in the kitchen.

The rag rugs come in a variety of options – the soft, muted patterns are ideal. Also, you can go for the ones with strips and vertical patterns for the narrow kitchens.


When do you NEED a rug in your kitchen?

Kitchen Rugs are not essential unless you have a wooden floor. In that condition, you must have to protect your wooden floor from water and a rug is the best solution. 


 Traditional Cotton Rugs – are good for kitchen areas because they are washable and don’t move from their place easily if you put a pad underneath them. You can get one with reservable patterns so that it can be used from either side. It also eliminates the corner rolling issue as you can just flip over, and it will solve the problem.


3. Over the bed

 We know how trendy are minimalist rooms nowadays, but the addition of color and patterns can make up for the liveliness, you want to add to the room.

A perfect way to add such interest is to have some accent rugs over the top of your bed. Try topping your bedding with the flat-weave rug. Its vivacious addition would make the room inviting and vibrant.

You can fold it and simply use the bed once it's time to climb under the covers. It is an ideal setup for the summers, as it is a great replacement for the heavy duvet.


4. In the Bath

Well, we know, it might something new for you, but swap out your basic bathmats and replace it with something decorative.

The bamboo or sisal, the natural-fiber rugs, carry warm, organic textures that offset all the glossy surfaces of the bath. Also, they are great to damp, especially in humid conditions. 


These rugs are durable and vintage in style, perfect for a unique place like a bath. Also, these vintage rugs have held up to years of wear and tear, so a few drops of water won’t do any lasting harm.

Traditionally, mats are the only solution for rugs in the bathroom: the traditional bathmats are placed right outside the door so that you can dry the wet feet. Most people struggle to find some creative ideas for their bathroom décor despite having the option of cozy rugs. One of the reasons behind ignoring the rugs is that either they are too fuzzy or too bland, leaving a Mandan impact in your already plain bathroom.

You can add a pinch of color via traditional rugs in your light gray or all-beige bathroom to make it vibrant. You can also replace them occasionally, according to the season and events.



 You can use these rugs over the boring left-out space in your bathroom or even better, get your annoying cracked tile under a large colorful, floral rug. It would add a roomy feeling to shower or dress changing space.



5. On the Wall 

Well, the vintage rugs are the true depiction of art with their vibrant hues and intricate handwoven designs that can become part of your wall while upgrading the whole vibe of your space.


 So why not pride your walls with their addition?

Rugs with fine borders, adorned with floral artwork or repeating patterns such as stripes and chevrons look gorgeous too. You can experiment with it with a combination of your sofa cushions to create some harmony in the room.


1. Entryway

 Well, you can place any colorful antique rug from your recent trip or an abstract patterned piece of art in the shape of a rug over the entrance that will instantly transform the dullness of the entrance with a handwoven flaunting the story of its making. This rug would be a conversation starter for your guests entering your house.

2. Living Room

 Usually, we like to put some unique or extravagant paintings in our formal spaces to make them worth sitting. But if we want to go for something entirely different then you can pick any rug you love so much that it doesn’t do for footsteps or simply doesn’t where you thought it might and hung at as a centerpiece. And let the rug make its room.

 Pro Tip:

 Doesn’t matter where you hung up your rug, go for a large piece in size. Also, you will mostly find that designers who hang small rugs – 3’x5’ on a wall opt for frames. The acrylic bolsters the small rugs’ presence would look proper. From a stand-point perspective, larger rugs tend to look far better in style.


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