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Adding area rugs can change room appearance

Posted: January 1, 2017

By CAROLYN MUSE GRANT INSIDE SPACES “The main dangers in this life are the people who want to change everything … or nothing.” — Nancy Witcher Langhorne Astor, Lady Astor, Viscountess Astor (1879 -1964) was the first female member of parliament to take her seat. Most of us love change, right? Well maybe in our homes. […]
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Top 4 Ways To Add a Splash of Color to Your Home

Posted: June 6, 2016

Summer is the season of bright colors and summer 2016 is no exception. Although it may sound easy enough, adding color to a plain room isn’t always simple. Yes, you can paint a wall and call it a day – but what if you live in a rented space that doesn’t allow painting, or you […]
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Fall 2015 Rug Fashion

Posted: October 10, 2015

Let’s take a peek into the fashion world for 2015 and see what’s trending. These five styles made our list as the fashion-forward rugs for fall 2015. Take a look. 1. Watch us work with Patchwork! 2. The 70’s are making a comeback…just like our Shag rugs. 3. Bringing the fun with Animal Prints! 4. […]
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Shag Rugs Make A Comeback

Posted: August 8, 2015

Shag rugs are officially making a comeback. “Shag” refers to a contemporary rug style with long “shaggy” pile.  Shag rugs can be made from natural fibers such as wool and leather or synthetics such as nylon and acrylic. Shag rugs have made a strong come back since their popular American debut in the late 1960′s. […]
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How To Choose The Right Rug Style

Posted: May 5, 2015

Maybe you’ve purchased or rented a new home, started spring-cleaning or just decided it’s time for a change. Whatever the reason, you’ve decided it’s time to find a new area rug, but need help on choosing the right one. If you need help deciding on a style, check out our new article on the best […]
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Defining Transitional Style in Rugs

Posted: October 10, 2013

If Contemporary style is the polar opposite of Traditional, then Transitional would be right in the middle. Transitional style rugs are known mostly for their soothing colors and elegant patterns. You will often see understated floral designs, tone on tone graphics and geometric patterns, as well as updated classic motifs. For example scrolls, lattice, damask and paisley can all be translated nicely into transitional […]
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The World’s Oldest Rugs

Posted: February 2, 2013

Rugs and carpets have been around for centuries. However, no one knows when the tradition of weaving actually began. Experts and scientists have discovered some of the oldest rugs in existence. Many are displayed in museums of ancient history all over the world. The oldest surviving pile carpet in the world is called the “Pazyryk Carpet”. It […]
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The Difference Between Hand Made and Machine Made Rugs

Posted: January 1, 2013

How to tell the difference between a hand made and a machine made rug:  To an untrained eye it is difficult to tell the difference between hand made, hand knotted, and machine made rugs. This guide will help you understand the differences and give you the advantage of making an informed buying decision when shopping […]
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Area Rugs for Living Room

Posted: June 6, 2012

Area rugs for your living room can help define your unique style and optimize your home’s attractiveness. Using multiple area rugs for your living room can bring the space together or divide it into separated areas. Do chose a corresponding style and color for your rugs to play well with the design of your living room decor […]
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Rugs for Children

Posted: June 6, 2012

Choosing the right rug is important for your interior decor. The corresponding colors and style of your rug will make your rooms look even more beautiful. Choosing the right rugs for all your rooms is equally important. Area rugs differ not only in color, size and shape, but also in style, design and theme.  Mark […]
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