Posts Tagged ‘rug’

Use an Animal Skin Rug to Add Natural Comfort & Style

June 7th, 2014

Animal Skin Rug Use an Animal Skin Rug to Add Natural Comfort & StyleMany homeowners today have installed beautiful tile or hardwood floors, and these can be an attractive, stylish decorative element in your space. However, these styles of floors have their drawbacks. For example, they may create a hollow, echoing sound in the space that detracts from the homelike ambiance that you may be trying to achieve. In addition, these floors may feel cold to the touch and may not be comfortable to walk across. While these are common drawbacks associated with hard floor surfaces, the clear and simple solution is to place area rugs in strategic areas of the home. There are several types of rugs that you can invest in, and those interested in adding comfort, character and style to their space are taking a closer look at animal skin rugs. » Read more: Use an Animal Skin Rug to Add Natural Comfort & Style

The Rundown on Rugs (2)

September 26th, 2012

The Rundown on Rugs2 The Rundown on Rugs (2)Whether a rug is commercial or handmade, using one is a great way to dress up bare or unattractive floors without installing a carpet or new flooring. They soften the “hard” look and feel of stone or ceramic tile. Rugs also are a great way to introduce additional color and texture in a room. » Read more: The Rundown on Rugs (2)

The Rundown on Rugs

September 22nd, 2012

The Rundown on Rugs The Rundown on Rugs Rugs are the other type of “soft flooring”. Rugs can be divided into commercial carpet area rugs, handmade rugs, and natural rugs. » Read more: The Rundown on Rugs

Flooring Options (2)

September 18th, 2012

Flooring Options2 Flooring Options (2)Cut and loop pile (sometimes called tip sheared pile) combines sheared and uncut yarn loops. » Read more: Flooring Options (2)

Flooring Options

September 14th, 2012

Flooring Options Flooring Options Carpet fibers are usually made of nylon, polyester, polypropylene, or wool. But what does this mean to you? Well, you should know that synthetic carpets (made from the first three fibers listed) are more stain-resistant than wool carpets. » Read more: Flooring Options