Your home’s foundation is your floor. Your floor is what you use every day. It should be durable, comfortable, and attractive. That’s why we recommend custom logo rugs to protect your floors. They are beautiful and will protect your tile or hardwood floor. They add a touch of elegance to any space, making it feel more spacious. Anyone can personalize their rug at home. This is a simple project that requires very little time and supplies. It also takes only a few steps from beginning to end.

  1. Do let your floors breathe

Area rugs are used to enhance comfort, utility, and aesthetic grounding in a space. Your beautiful floors are not being hidden by us! A buffer of 8 inches between your rug’s edges, and the wall, is recommended if it will occupy the majority of the space in the room. Your area rug should not be pushed against the baseboards. It shouldn’t be too small! When it comes to area rug sizes, bigger is better. A smaller rug with more floor space will appear larger, according to some people. It is the opposite. Your room will appear larger if it has a larger rug.

  1. Consider your furniture

Side tables that are not part of a rug will wobble if they aren’t complete. All of the legs on sofas and chairs should be covered with a rug. Flat bottom shelving units are safer than ones with a rug sandwiched halfway between them. The bedroom rug should be placed right in front of the dressers and bedside tables. Consider the furniture pieces you already have and the place they will be placed before you buy a rug.

  1. Avoid tripping hazards

Avoid letting corners of the area rug protrude into doors or cutting walkways in half with your rug’s edges. Lay them side-by-side. Use rug tape to mark the corners of the rug. If you are prone to tripping on corners, give yourself a couple of days’ notice and then adjust the rug’s dimensions before buying.

  1. What material can be combined with which place?

You should ensure that the size of the rug you select is appropriate for the space. If you have large bedrooms or an entryway that is frequented by people, it’s a good idea to invest more in silk or viscose. Avoid silk and viscose on a staircase runner that has a lot of foot traffic. Nylon or wool are better choices for high-traffic areas. Wool is naturally washable. Nylon, a synthetic material, is strong and durable. Some broadloom Rug producers now offer synthetic nylon that has the softness and gloss like silk or viscose. Viscose can easily discolor when wet so it is not recommended that it be used in dining rooms, corridors, or as runners. If you are concerned about pets or young children ruining your rugs, consider a “power-loomed” area rug. These rugs are machine-made and come at a fraction of the cost of handwoven rugs.

  1. Do not hide your beautiful floors

These days, hardwood flooring can add more value to your home. This means that there is no need for wall-to-wall carpeting in the main living areas. To create a conversational seating area, refinish the flooring and cover it with an area rug. You can still use wall-to-wall carpeting upstairs, but don’t be afraid to do so. It may be easier for children to play or crawl on soft surfaces in nurseries or children’s rooms.