Top 3 Rug Color Trends in 2019

Rugs are multipurpose equipment for a home and workspace, they can be used for floor coverings to add style and grace to the room setting, or to keep the room warm and cozy. Among the top trending rugs in 2019, the one thing commonality in all of them is their uniqueness and astonishing colors, the sole thing you need to look out for while buying a new rug for the Winter season is their color combination and design.

Here are our top picks for 2019:

Grey is the New Black & White

For the contemporary home setting, grey is the sexiest of all the newly adopted trend in urban households. The all-grey walls and curtains with a dark or light greyish carpet, a nice tiny square rug with patterned stripes would be a great mix for your bedroom or living room. Moreover, neutral colors never get out of style and trend, they always adjust to the trend. To blend in, use green or light blue room set to make it look more appealing.

Reddish Vibes 

It’s always a better combination mixing up reddish colors with geometrically patterned rugs. If you are planning to buy Persian or Kashmiri rugs, better buy them in bold and shocking colors, preferably light red or maroon with light fragments spread throughout the carpet. A textured look with multiple colors looks vintage, adds a great atmosphere for your larger and darker room setting. 

Dark & Daring 

Bold colors fit into a wide range of room color schemes, they look even better with color combinations of grey, black, and purple fragments. For an all-white and pinkish-purplish room color schemes, dark and daring floors dunk in better and add to the style of a lighter space. Better use a contrasting color combination when choosing bold rug colors. 

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Top 3 Reasons to Choose a Pakistani Rug

Pakistan has a huge carpet weaving industry; being the second-largest cottage industry of Pakistan, carpet weaving is a thriving export of Pakistan with its major importers in Europe and the United States of America. The Pakistani rugs are beautifully made of the local wool yarn, silk, and cotton. The eye-catching gull, bootey designs are exclusive to Pakistani artisans. It is believed that the carpet weaving in known history first started in the present-day Pakistan in Harappa and Mohejo Daro cities of the Indus Valley civilizations being the pioneer. The exports started as early as 17th century when the British landed in the sub-continent. 

Here are 3 reasons why Pakistani rugs are best ones to buy:

High Knot Count

Pakistan’s 80% of carpet industry is set up in rural households; there’s nothing but hands involved from spinning the wool and silk to knitting and dyeing. The more time it takes to finish, the more precise and dense it would be, and lasts longer than machine-made rugs. The handmade rugs have high knot density per square inch with the average lifespan of 800+ years. 

Better than Persian Rugs

Persian Rugs are the most expensive in Europe and USA. Comparing it with Pakistani rugs, the latter are durable and last longer with better designs and half the price than Persian carpets. It’s better to buy the Pakistani Bokhara rug than the Persian Kashan that is 3 times the price of Pakistani carpet. 

Variety and Quality

Pakistani rug industry boomed after the Cold War that ignited the flow of millions of Afghan refugees to Pakistan. The immigrants brought finest Afghani art of carpet weaving and variety. It mixed with the local methods of weaving and created best variants, including Bokhara Turkish knot, tekke designs, Pak Persian, Lahore rugs, chobi, peshawari rugs, shal, and jaldar. 

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