Rug Ideas for Trendy Home Settings

You’ve probably been bombarded with a plethora of ideas for your room settings, the price charts, rug designs, interior settings, etc! Let’s get it straight, expensive or not, the best rug design would be the one that correlates best to the interior setting. Ideally, it would be a perfect combination of your room design, furniture, and space that defines the options, be it a jute, cotton, or a patterned Scandinavian carpet for a better quality and hefty price. Let’s assume you are looking for a dark-colored Persian carpet meant for a lighter furniture setting and a colored interior; it won’t look good; the reason is poor combination and a bad choice for dark and geometric rug designs. Here’s a few basic room setting ideas to make your rug look fantastic on floors without spending unnecessary funds:

Mexican Décor 

The classic Mexican Décor setting is followed in upper-middle class households in the USA and Britain as it holds a dark and suffocated look ideal for homes that have a few or no kids. The walls are embedded with charcoal or dark-brown wooden texture, the furniture has the similar ambience to the room setting. The ideal rugs are Persian or Indian styles, they are geometric and normally have dark colors I.e. red, brown, and dark-green or a mix of them. 

 

 Moroccan Interior 

Moroccan Interior is diversified by countless incursion on Moroccan soil for centuries, the Mediterranean route was long used by Spanish, British, and Middle Eastern traders leaving a combined mark on Moroccan culture as it is now. The room setting is versatile for its European and Islamic touch along with the traditional sub-Saharan values. The interiors are wide and open, light colors are used on walls and furniture for its climate. The lighter tones such as peach and green are contrasted perfectly with heavier reddish brown and shaded blue colors, the final product is intense yet soothing. The best rugs are textured and dark-light patterned mixture if you are living in Turkey or Middle East.

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Top 3 Rug Ideas for Bedrooms

Fed up of the sight of bare floor? You need a change and here’s our suggestion; a nice and comfortable bedroom rug for your bedroom floor that looks enchanting and warms up the room setting simultaneously! Your bedroom is all that is left when you are free from your hectic routine, if it looks terrible or incomplete, you are probably missing something very basic. Luckily, there are a bundle of options to choose from, starting off from the nice and plain B&W carpets to the colored and textured lining rugs depending on the room setting. You need to match it with beds and furniture, room dimensions, and the correct amount of light entering the room space.

Here are a few of rug ideas for a bedroom setting that we recommend:

Dark and Colorful 

You need a light room setting to experiment with a dark and colorful rug, the contrast looks epic. For light wall colors and curtains, better choose a darkish tone and a bit textured design if you wish to capture the eye. The plain colors won’t work with the same environment setting. If you are looking to experiment a perfect combo, try this and you won’t have to replace rugs time and again. It’s better to find a patterned rug for lighter colored curtains, walls, and bedsheets. 

Black and White 

For rooms featuring multicolored walls and curtains, cupboards, and beds, a black and white patterned rug is what you need. The best thing about B & W carpets are their adjustment to any light-colored environment. The room light and ambience are retained with a black and white lining rug or you can try any textured design with a B & W ground. 

Refreshing Blue and Green 

B & G are the coziest color schemes for any smaller space. A bluish greenish ground setting for a black and white, or an all-white color scheme would be a not-bad-at-all choice, it’s neutral and aesthetic for a small bedroom or for kids’ room. 

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Rug Options for Smaller Spaces

Smaller space? No problem, size can’t be the reason your space looks less beautiful. Since, with the lesser space, the more you can focus on the best parts of it! If you are designing a Studio interior or a bedroom with not that much of an area, we could help you choose the right rug to make you feel a bit cozy and relaxed after all the hard work in designing the room.

Here are a few tips to put your mind at ease when buying the best rug for a smaller space: 

Choose Accordingly 

Yes, we suggest you refrain from buying a solid or striped carpet for a small bedroom, or an over-stylized and super-expensive one for a Studio space. You’ve got to be precise about the rug design choices accordingly. For a home, a more delicate and over-textured rug works great with a lot of colors and theoretically, any design will work. In contrast, the trick doesn’t work in an office or smaller Studio, so beware! 

Don’t Go Too Dark

You already have a smaller space to make an impact on the rooms ambiance, so there’s no need to over-experiment for a little space available. If there are sofas and chairs around, simply install and brighter rug or floral design with bright tones and a lot of open space to spare, it looks relieving. That said, neutral colors may seem great for an office setting, but follow our advice here and never get a solid color, try textured design for a bit life in the colorless scheme!

Black and White

This color combination always works for a small or medium setting, if you don’t have much choices or can’t decide? Try a B&W striped rug and it will never look bad or out of place. Most of the European apartment settings prefer black and white over any of the above color schemes, Black and White is a classy yet bold combination for a smaller space. 

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