What would be the first thing to consider when you are selecting a rug for the kid's bedroom. What is the purpose for that rug? Do you want the rug to produce traction on the bedroom floor? If so, make sure the rug offers non-slip features and that it won't slide around on the floor of the bedroom. Another function of these rugs could be to add warmth to the room if you happen to have hardwood or ceramic tile flooring. When you're trying to add warmth, rugs constructed from warm materials make a great addition to your child's bedroom. Area rugs also help to offer a clean environment. If this is your goal, go with short fibre rugs that are easily cleaned. Short fibre rugs are less likely to hold dust, dander, and other allergens, thus keeping the bedroom a better place for your children.
Keep in mind, however, that your goal is not simply to make the room look more attractive when buying a rug. Other than that, it should also be your task to make the room as comfortable as you possibly can. This is the room that your kid would spend most of his or her time, after all, so this should better be a place that he or she enjoys staying in.
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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