There are quite a few reasons for rugs made from natural fibers becoming so popular. Seagrass, sisal and jute rugs are all easy to take care of, Eco – friendly, and affordable. They have a texture that is natural and earthy and this means that they are incredibly versatile as well as being a foundation for any décor that is ideally neutral. In fact, many designers are opting for a more natural look and as a result are using rugs made from natural fibers in every room in the house.
Now that the temps are getting higher and you have thrown the winter clothes back to their hiding places, and changed out the flannel sheets for the cotton ones, and even replaced your winter window dressings for ones that have a more summery look, it is time to get to work on the rest of your home. You may have even gotten brighter colors displayed in your home now in order to match the flowers that are blooming… and why shouldn’t you? You are ready to welcome the warmer months with open arms like as not. As you get ready to embrace the warmer temperatures, you might also want to think about switching out your rugs with everything else. It might be a comfort to have those plush shag rugs and thick wool rugs in the colder climes, but they can be a bit much for those months when the air conditioning in running. Try using natural fiber area rugs instead when you are looking for an option that is light, warm, and ideal for decorating in the spring and summer.
If you have ever read any of the interior design blogs that are everywhere on the internet, you will notice that interior design has a plethora of rules that should be followed when it comes to decorating your home. However, these rules basically serve as mere guidelines and have been created to help you as opposed to limiting you. There are many exceptions to these rules. At the very least, you have a variety of options to choose from. For example, area rugs in your living room are able to be arranged in quite a few different ways depending on the size of the rug and the setup of the room.
An embracing, warm natural area rug can make all of the difference in the world after you come home from a long day at work and need to soothe your aching, tired feet. Having a soft layer beneath your feet can be just the soothing touch that your body needs in order to rejuvenate and relax. There is a myth about natural area rugs and it is that this type of area rug is too coarse to be of much use in the relaxation department. This is simply not true. In fact, many of the natural fiber area rugs on the market are incredibly soft, which makes them the ideal choice for your home. Take a quick peek at some of them now.
Do you spend a lot of time on Instagram and Pinterest looking at pictures of gorgeous homes? It might get to be a bit tempting to even imagine that you live in an era where trends are a thing of the past. This is not reality though. If you pay close attention, you will see that these pics all have a common theme. Let’s take a peek at the décor trends for this season.
When you hear the phrase – shag rug – you might cringe while you are plagued with flashbacks to the 70’s. Until just recently, these rugs were not in style, but fashion follows a cycle and that cycle has brought shag rugs back to us…even if disco and bell bottoms haven’t made it full circle yet.
Rugs that are made from natural fibers bring warmth and texture to any home. Their versatile, earthy styles mean that they are appropriate for both casual and formal rooms. It doesn’t matter if you use them to be the anchor point for a seating arrangement or a line of demarcation for an open space, these earth friendly rugs will be the ideal thing.