A rug can easily transform any room. Apart from changing the look and mood of a rug room, they also have a variety of practical benefits – from heating your home, reducing noise, and protecting your floor. Those with rough floors in the middle of winter need a rug because it helps to soften the space and add the necessary warmth.
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If you rent, your car is likely to get stuck no matter where it comes from. Throw a light rug on a dark carpet to feel the look of your lounge room.
Change the color theme of your room
Rug means the ability to add (or change) a color scheme to a room. Buy two different styles for your living room: thin, light-colored rugs for summer and a dark one in winter, one in winter. Changing the mood of your room is as easy as switching between two rugs.
Protect your floor
Whether you have hardwood floors or carpets, a rug can help protect it from spills, stains, and debris – this is especially important if you are renting! Keep it in high traffic areas such as lounge rooms or in places where children play and eat. Indoor/outdoor rugs are great because they are durable and easy to clean.
Asana is a very effective and beautiful tool to reduce noise in space. Not only is walking on the carpet quieter than rough surface floors, but it also helps to absorb noise coming from the air.
They keep their feet comfortable
It’s no secret that carpet floors are much softer than hardwood or tile – not to mention more comfortable to walk on and stand on. The asanas are warm and comfortable for your feet and the softness allows your floor to absorb the weight of your footsteps. This makes for a smooth surface upwards with bare legs on top. Also, we can all agree that getting out of bed in an expensive place is a lot of fun rather than with hardwood.
They help define space
You can use rugs to separate your space. It is very useful in studios or apartments where you choose the bedroom section to be separated from your living area. And if your bedroom is large, a rug under the bed can help define the “zone” and space. If you already have carpet, this is a great way to add contrasting areas and create more definitions between specific areas.
They tie the room together
A rug is definitely one of our bedrooms because, without it, a room would look incomplete. If you’ve ever walked into a bedroom with bare floors, you can experience it. It looks completely and scattered as the furniture floats in the living room. A rug is a perfect formula for pulling together for a good night’s sleep and relaxing any bedroom (or any room, really).