The most common mistake people make when buying a new floor covering is selecting one that is too small for the space. While it may seem counterintuitive, select a carpet that is slightly larger than the furniture or space it will be used in. This way, the room will feel larger and the furniture will look more tied in, even if the pieces do not match entirely. Round tables, whether they are side tables or large dining tables, look best with round floor coverings underneath them. Choose an option with the same shape as the table to unify the look of the room. Also, ensure that the carpet is proportionate to the table itself. Keep in mind that rectangular carpets tend to work best in living rooms and sitting areas where furniture is clustered together.
Some homeowners are motivated to add a cowhide rug to their home because of the natural beauty of this material. Animal hides immediately incorporate a natural element into the space, and this can easily soften an otherwise intense decorative scheme with incredible contrast. While it is natural, it is also hypo-allergenic. This makes it ideal for homes with allergy-sufferers. The natural element of cowhide is most commonly thought of for rustic or country themes, but it looks great with classic, modern, French country and other styles as well.
Deciding which decorative pieces to incorporate into your space is rarely easy. Each piece can alter the look of the room dramatically. When you are looking for a piece that makes a bold yet casual statement in your space and that will hold up well to intense use over the course of time, investing in cowhide rugs makes excellent sense. You can begin exploring the many styles available today online to find the right look for your home.
Although cotton or jute backing is preferred, many rugs are manufactured with a secondary backing. I prefer rugs that are woven without the secondary backing. Because you can tell if it is a good quality rug when you can detect the pattern of the rug while looking at it from the back. Whether a rug is machine-made or hand-knotted it has to be woven into something. Cotton or jute is preferred, but polypropylene mesh is fine when used in the backing of a rug (but never the face fiber). However; some rugs need that secondary backing to add density and weight. Also consider how the are rug is bonded.
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