It's also a good idea to let the kids help you make the choice when you go shopping for kid's bedroom rugs. Kids like to get involved in how their room looks and while you may not want to turn the choice totally over to your child, you can allow them to help you out. The great thing about allowing your child help you choose the rugs is that they are more likely to like and appreciate the rug if you include them in the choosing process. Not only will kids love being involved, but you'll be able to teach them some valuable lessons on making wise purchases as well.
Experts suggest having rugs in children's play rooms and nursery rooms. These rugs are even perfect for bedrooms. Rugs can protect our kids from the floor especially when they are playing. The rugs can somehow protect our kids' head from bumping into the hard concrete just in case they slip or fall down. Aside from the safety that it can give, it can also prevent children from sliding because it can give friction to their fit. And because these rugs for kids have a comfy feel, the kids will surely love them.
You should have middle sized area rug in front of your sofa or under the cocktail table in the living room. But if you want to use large area rugs which cover the whole living room, choose the size which would leave 6"-7" between the rug and the wall. Here is a small secret: regardless of the size of the area rug you use in the room, imagine all possible combinations of placement of the people on the sofas, chairs or armchairs and place the area rug so the sitting guest will be able to put both feet on the rug. Keep in mind that it is OK to have more than one area rug in the living room. You can use multiple area rugs to define separate conversation areas.
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