5 Ways to Use Rugs In Your Home and Office

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Rugs can be a great addition to a residential or commercial building. Not only can they be beautiful decorative elements, but they can also protect your floors from scuffs and stains.

But what if you've never shopped for rugs before, or what if you need some advice on how to use them around your home or office? Is there more that you can do with rugs than simply toss them on the floor of your entryway?

If you're ready to get a little creative with your interior design, here are just a few rooms that could use a rug.

1. Nursery

You'll be glad that you put a rug on the nursery floor when it's 3AM and you're walking in circles with a cranky baby. Thankfully, there are plenty of safe, stylish nursery rugs to choose from, so you'll have your pick of things like colors and patterns. You can make them match whatever theme or gender palette that you have going.

2. Foyer

Foyer rugs are one of the best ways to welcome guests to your home or clients to your office building. They'll give off the first impression of your interior design, and they can be used to set the tone or theme for the entire space. For example, lodge style rugs will make everything feel rustic. Microfiber rugs will be classy and contemporary.

3. Dining Room

Dining room rugs are absolutely essential to a well-styled space. Who wants to kick their feet against a cold hardwood floor while they're enjoying their supper? Look into a brand like Roth Rugs to help you find the ideal dining room rug for your space. It should be something both functional and fashionable to heighten the appeal of the room.

4. Bathroom

Bathroom rugs serve multiple purposes. In addition to keeping your toes warm on a cold morning, they'll also provide traction on slippery tiles so that you won't fall after your shower. Just make sure that you're looking into rugs with textured "grip" bottoms that won't slide as you step on them.

5. Office

Office rugs are important when you're renting a space rather than buying it. You don't want to fork over a large deposit because you've damaged the floor with your desks, chairs, bookcases and file cabinets, so putting down a rug can provide a valuable barrier between your goods and your flooring.

These are just a few ways that you can use rugs in both residential and commercial properties. Whether you're looking for a simple hallway rug or an elaborate dining room rug, let these suggestions guide you in the right direction for an amazing interior decor!

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